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Old 08-25-2011, 05:43 PM   #1
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182 mph 2011 f250???

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A "lightly modified" engine? Wonder what they would call a heavily modified engine? And no mention of the rear axle ratio....

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I wonder how fast it could go with a fifth wheel hooked to it?
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I wonder how fast it could go with a fifth wheel hooked to it?
Dan Snyder from Ford is going to be prresenting a seminar at our National Rally so be sure to ask him!

I'll be waiting to hear his answer ....
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Also, if they consider those "light modifications", what would they consider HEAVY modifications?

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I wonder how fast it could go with a fifth wheel hooked to it?
If someone had that truck pulling a 5er...We would see the blur sometime soon.....
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Also, if they consider those "light modifications", what would they consider HEAVY modifications?
Ken, Sounds like a question for Jack Roush!
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According to my Garmin GPS, I frequently exceed 150MPH in my motorhome and it's not modified at all!
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Bill and I bet you get at least 37 mpg at that speed.

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