Big Dodge pulling log out of woods - Cummins turbo
After being post for 4 years, it's time to add a few comments about this
Yes, the guy laughing in the video is me - the cameraman, editor, and
poster of this video.
This goad was to get the pine log out of the woods without being cut up -
so that it could be sawed into boards on a portable sawmill.
The truck belonged to @DUALLYSMOKE (made very first comment on this video)
at the time - and is the only time I have met him. He happened to be there
buying something I had advertised on Craigslist and overheard my cousin
talking about how he couldn't get the log out with his tractor. He
volunteered to do it, part for fun, and part to see if he could actually do
it as he said.
Yes, I would fit in the category of a Redneck - but I'm good with that :-)
Very Hard Cold Start 7.3 Power Stroke
-12 Degrees Overnight. Tempature was Zero Degrees When I Made This Video At
9am. Truck Has Not Been Plugged In At All This Winter Yet.
Later Came To Find Out After Straight Piping The Exhuast I Was Down A
Cylinder Cause I Had A Fried Injector Harness.
1996 7.3L F250 Power Stroke XLT.
Truck Has 157k Miles
New Exhaust Coming Soon!!!
1990 cummins cold start
6" mbrp stacks, autometer Boost and
pyro, afc dialed in all the way with bd fuel pin and spring, prince of
darkness 100hp injectors, hx35 turbo, 5
After 4 Month Cold Crank...
Not what I expected... So much SMOKE!!!
Hi, CORVAIRWILD here. A little about me and what I do: First, I love my
wife of many years, she is a wonderful lady. I call her Mrs CW. I can never
go anywhere without her & my Dog Muggs! He's cool. You should have a dog
like him too. Next, I am a landlord, NO, not a slumlord who does section 8
apartment rentals, but I keep my properties up like they were my own...they
are my own! Like I live there. I have lots of apartment buildings, a farm
out in the country and a house here and there. I am always doing something,
driving rehabbing, you name it! I want to include you, so I bring my
camera! EVERYWHERE! Haha.
Did I mention I am a car enthusiast! I can't get enough Covairs and Vintage
Chevy and GMC trucks. They have great reliability...all of em' the best
vehicle on the road ever is a Corvair Spider turbo. Back to the trucks, I love the diesel
trucks and suburbans, Blazers too. That's what I plow snow with. A fisher
snow plow. I'm a busy guy, but I make time for you. Thanks! CW
2006 gmc duramax cold start (-17f) was (-28f)
2006 duramax cold start at -17 degress at noon, got down to -28 below that
night, not plugged in did not run for over 18 hours before started, also
video doesnt show it gelled up about 5-10min running
2005 F250 6.0 cold start
this is what my truck does in the morning. It has been cold, but taking it
to dealer Wednesday. Have seen 10 different solutions to the cold start
issue. From alternator and batteries to injector O-rings to just a simple
re-flash. I am having a block heater cord installed on Wednesday also.
The truck runs perfectly if you let it warm up to normal operating temp,
but if you try to drive off right after startup, it has very little power
and trouble changing gears until warmed up. I just drove it 180 miles to
greenville and back, pulling a 25 ft travel trailer @4000 lbs and it ran
perfectly all the way there and back! No problems at all after warm..
thoughts? I hope the dealer figures it out quick and at a reasonable
Cold Start Cummins 5* below
24v cummins sled puller. Custom ground haisley cam, 200 hp ddp injectors
64/71/14 turbo, port and polished head,
fly cut pistons, quadzilla adrenaline stacked with a smarty.
Dodge Cummins cold start -29c
05 Cummins very cold start, never been plugged in. Out side temp. -29c
which is -20 fahrenheit.
Truck has 4" cat back MBRP Exhaust
and an AEM cold air intake.
Real diesels dont need to be plugged in