who has the fastest truck in celina

who has the fastest truck in celina

Created by guest on Oct 29, 2009

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curious

Jamestown, TN

#1 Oct 29, 2009
josh daniels, his truck has big red lights and a siren too,,oh wait, I forgot, the RS fired him. A better poll might be, who makes up these stupidazzed polls about punk boys & their stupid looking trucks.
Farm Truck

United States

#2 Oct 29, 2009
What are we doin? Oh wait. Farm Truck racing! lol Racing across the hay field.
Maybe

Jamestown, TN

#3 Oct 30, 2009
Oh, well, if it's farm racing, Cordell wins, no questions or comments needed.
Farm Truck

United States

#4 Oct 30, 2009
More than half of these trucks are concrete farm trucks. LOl In other words they dont get off the road.
Maybe

Jamestown, TN

#5 Oct 31, 2009
Cordell is the winner. No doubt. The diesel with the big pipes takes first
Farm Truck

United States

#6 Oct 31, 2009
Ahh big pipes makes it fast?
SPSB

Gainesboro, TN

#7 Nov 1, 2009
Farm Truck wrote:
More than half of these trucks are concrete farm trucks. LOl In other words they dont get off the road.
This post didn't say anything about "where" the trucks were the fastest just which one was the fastest. Weither that be on the road across a hay field or in a mud pit. But when it comes to pavement drag racing either 1/8 mile or 1/4 mile I hate to burst everybodys bubble but a good running gas burner would shame all the "oil burners"(diesels). Diesel trucks are made to pull not be fast. But I guess there is only one way to prove what i say.....Line em up!
Farm Truck

Livingston, TN

#8 Nov 1, 2009
It takes alot of money to make a diesels fast. A gas Motor builds rpm faster,in turn quicker et s.
diesel smoke

Jamestown, TN

#9 Nov 4, 2009
SPSB wrote:
<quoted text>This post didn't say anything about "where" the trucks were the fastest just which one was the fastest. Weither that be on the road across a hay field or in a mud pit. But when it comes to pavement drag racing either 1/8 mile or 1/4 mile I hate to burst everybodys bubble but a good running gas burner would shame all the "oil burners"(diesels). Diesel trucks are made to pull not be fast. But I guess there is only one way to prove what i say.....Line em up!
well there if you got a gas that can out run one of these just bring it down to celina and we will run your lil 1/8 and 1/4 mile then we will run it our way and see witch one shows up on top
SPSB

Gainesboro, TN

#10 Nov 4, 2009
diesel smoke wrote:
<quoted text> well there if you got a gas that can out run one of these just bring it down to celina and we will run your lil 1/8 and 1/4 mile then we will run it our way and see witch one shows up on top
Just so you know I am in Celina to and yeah I see you little young punks riding up and down the road "lugging" these trucks so they will smoke more. Its funny to watch really intertaining. My "little 1/8 or 1/4 mile I am talking about is at the strip. So tell me what is "your way" of racing? It dont really matter cause my gas burner will put all them smokers to shame weither its in an 1/8, 1/4, or to gainsboro and back.
diesel smoke

Jamestown, TN

#11 Nov 4, 2009
well lets see here my way would be racin 300 ft with a sled tide to the back we got a place to do it at under the bridge so if you think your lil gas can hold up tell me a time and date and we will hook them up to it the one with the fastest time wins and you dont have to lug one to make it smoke to tell you the truth its very hard on one when you do that
diesel

Celina, TN

#12 Nov 4, 2009
g scott now has the fastest truck in town that his dad gave him he showed u all losers up
SPSB

Gainesboro, TN

#14 Nov 4, 2009
diesel smoke wrote:
well lets see here my way would be racin 300 ft with a sled tide to the back we got a place to do it at under the bridge so if you think your lil gas can hold up tell me a time and date and we will hook them up to it the one with the fastest time wins and you dont have to lug one to make it smoke to tell you the truth its very hard on one when you do that
I have been watching truck and tractor pulling for years. Correct me if I am wrong but I thought the idea was to see who could pull the most weight the greatest distance. Speed has nothing to do with that. In pulling the idea is to have the most power and the most weight. In racing "going fast" the idea is to have the most power and the least weight. Totally different things my young man. I think you will notice in my very first post I said "Diesels are made for pulling". I dont argue that. But the topic of this thread is fastest which i assumed like in the other post ment something like racing up pea ridge hill. So if you needed to find something you could beat me at it would be pulling would. My truck is a light 2wd with a big ole motor not set up for pulling. But if you wanted to actually race as in drag racing now that my friend is a different story.
Diesel

Livingston, TN

#15 Nov 4, 2009
SPSB wrote:
<quoted text>I have been watching truck and tractor pulling for years. Correct me if I am wrong but I thought the idea was to see who could pull the most weight the greatest distance. Speed has nothing to do with that. In pulling the idea is to have the most power and the most weight. In racing "going fast" the idea is to have the most power and the least weight. Totally different things my young man. I think you will notice in my very first post I said "Diesels are made for pulling". I dont argue that. But the topic of this thread is fastest which i assumed like in the other post ment something like racing up pea ridge hill. So if you needed to find something you could beat me at it would be pulling would. My truck is a light 2wd with a big ole motor not set up for pulling. But if you wanted to actually race as in drag racing now that my friend is a different story.
You're not going to convince these kids. They're 18-19 and know it all.
SPSB

Gainesboro, TN

#16 Nov 4, 2009
Diesel wrote:
<quoted text>
You're not going to convince these kids. They're 18-19 and know it all.
Yeah I know but I myself have been that age to. Sometimes the hardest lesson to learn is that somebody will always "one up you". I mean if you think you have the fastest vehicle, someone has one faster, If you think you have the best pulling vehicle, someone has one stronger, if you think you are bad, there is someone who can whip your ass and on and on. I am afraid this is something you learn with age. As far as trucks go, mine is a good running old gas burner. It is probably older than most of these kids. As far as trucks go it is fast, I spent lots of money to see to that. But I know there are trucks faster than mine out there but they are not close. Power and speed is just like anything else it takes money to make both and you got to have some smarts about you. All the black smoke blowing don't mean one thing as far as power goes. That just tells me that truck is not running efficent. The fastest diesel truck i ever saw was a Dodge in Cookeville. It had two inline turbos. One spooled the other. It was propane injected. Had lots of power both on take off and top end. And the only time it even puffed smoke was when he changed gears. Now that is someone who knows diesels.
Diesel

Livingston, TN

#17 Nov 4, 2009
SPSB wrote:
<quoted text>Yeah I know but I myself have been that age to. Sometimes the hardest lesson to learn is that somebody will always "one up you". I mean if you think you have the fastest vehicle, someone has one faster, If you think you have the best pulling vehicle, someone has one stronger, if you think you are bad, there is someone who can whip your ass and on and on. I am afraid this is something you learn with age. As far as trucks go, mine is a good running old gas burner. It is probably older than most of these kids. As far as trucks go it is fast, I spent lots of money to see to that. But I know there are trucks faster than mine out there but they are not close. Power and speed is just like anything else it takes money to make both and you got to have some smarts about you. All the black smoke blowing don't mean one thing as far as power goes. That just tells me that truck is not running efficent. The fastest diesel truck i ever saw was a Dodge in Cookeville. It had two inline turbos. One spooled the other. It was propane injected. Had lots of power both on take off and top end. And the only time it even puffed smoke was when he changed gears. Now that is someone who knows diesels.
You're exactly right.A compound set up on anything is pretty wicked, especially if you have the right injection pump, injector set up, and of course, air. Propane and nitrous will clean one right up, even the smokiest truck, a quick shot of nitrous or propane will clean it right up. There is a boy in Byrdstown that has a silver Dodge with a compound setup, pistons, rods, head work, fuel system, the whole 9. The only bad thing about building a diesel truck, is half of the time they're broke down.

I am a Ford fan myself. I am glad the new 6.4 motor is common rail. They are putting down 730-750 consistently with a tuner, dpf delete, air intake, and a shot of nitrous. The only thing holding the 6.0 Powerstroke back is the high pressure oil system. The HPOP and LPOP can only hold so much. I sure do wish Navistar would have put the common rail on the 6.0 :(

What are some specs on your truck? What are your 60', 1/8, and 1/4 mile times?
funny

Celina, TN

#18 Nov 5, 2009
you are right you cant convience these kids of anything they race and think it is funny...they never think about what they could do to someone else...the white boy and the scott kid have had several accidents and doesnt stop them from racing the pea ridge hills...the scott boy he has been raising hisself and what he does is ok by his parents..he makes jokes all the time about what he does and gets by with it by saying
IM SORRY
Farm Truck

United States

#19 Nov 5, 2009
SPSB We are on the same page on this subject. I've raced buffalo and I40 for years. I run around livingston alot.And we probally know each other. I know the truck from cookeville u are talking about i was @ buffalo one night when he was running it down there. Sometime well have to get together and go show diesel smoke what a 1/4mi drag race is about.
guest

Moss, TN

#20 Nov 5, 2009
One of these boys has to be the one who is starting all the post about diesel trucks. They just want their truck to be the best. If they had to pay for the diesel they run out racing up pea ridge hill they would not be doing it very often.
cmmins

Byrdstown, TN

#21 Nov 6, 2009
guest wrote:
One of these boys has to be the one who is starting all the post about diesel trucks. They just want their truck to be the best. If they had to pay for the diesel they run out racing up pea ridge hill they would not be doing it very often.
just to let u know i am one of the boys with a diesel and no i didnt start this bullsh*t and yes i have a job and i pay for my diesel so get things right befor you state your oppion

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