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Old 05-22-2020, 08:49 AM   #1
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Lifted Chevy Duramax high speed chase

A burglary suspect lead police on a high speed chase in a lifted Chevy Sierra Duramax with speeds reaching 127 mph. Ram and Powerstroke owners experience shock and awe.

https://gmauthority.com/blog/2020/05...e-chase-video/
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Taking police on a high-speed chase is never a good idea, but if one is going to engage in such behaviors, it seems it would be best to be in something with at least a little bit of power and performance.

Written by somebody who doesn't realize a LML like that can have 550rwhp with a simple tune/delete. And isn't exactly underpowered from the factory. Which is really weird to see, on a GM specific vehicle website.
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I wish part of the clip actually showed it going 127 mph.
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We saw a video last week of a high speed chase of a very similar truck that actually did a full rollover back into its wheels and kept going. I’ll try and find a link.

Edit: found it:

https://www.motor1.com/news/423127/c...s-keeps-going/
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Somebody needs to go back to PIT school. We don't have that many officers in our whole county.
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