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The swap is cool, but the intake, driver and start up is very bad!!!
 

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Sean Muthafuckin' Smith
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nice clean swap, terrible intake and scoop, and wtf is up with th fvcking wheels?!?!?!
 

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Nice conversion .....
About the driving,You mash the pedal in one of those and get a little going,Let off the pedal it will act like a brake,Drive a diesel and see
About the wheels,Look at the guy and listen again and you will answer that question.

Rick
 

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Nice conversion .....
About the driving,You mash the pedal in one of those and get a little going,Let off the pedal it will act like a brake,Drive a diesel and see
About the wheels,Look at the guy and listen again and you will answer that question.


Rick
lol fair enough!

o and about th whole engine braking thing, its true in diesels but not the case in this vid, u can see the brake lights come on. engine braking doesnt trip th brake lights.
 

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I don't any reason why a diesel should have a ton of engine braking, there is no throttle to create a vacuum ahead of the cylinder.
 

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and the shifting to drive while doing like 5mph in reverse.
 

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Diesels dont have hardly if any engine braking.
I don't any reason why a diesel should have a ton of engine braking, there is no throttle to create a vacuum ahead of the cylinder.
Diesels have more engine braking due to a higher compression ratio. Compression is the braking force it has nothing to do with vacuum on the intake side.
 

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thats fucking turrible. what a badass idea and swap but the guy who did it has no taste and ruined the whole truck. just like most other guys of his ethnicity...
 

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Diesels have more engine braking due to a higher compression ratio. Compression is the braking force it has nothing to do with vacuum on the intake side.
I'm sure thats why you have to have an exhaust brake on a diesel to make it stop with the engine right?

Stop now before you hurt yourself.:nana:

That swap is more than likely 1/2 assed and horrid, jsut guessing by the 'brilliant' filter placement. WTF? Really?!
 
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