2006 Dodge cummins powered by a 5.9-liter vs. 2007 Ford with a 6.0-liter Power stroke under the hood. If all things are equal other then that who is going to win? In this drag race both trucks 2006 Dodge cummins and 2007 Ford Power stroke launch in 4WD which keeps the match even. One big difference between these two hot beasts is the fact that the 2006 Dodge Cummins driven by Frank Ladd is fitted with a six-speed manual while Evo Mike’s Power stroke is paired to an automatic transmission. Hypothetically the manual is able offer better performance in a drag race but this depends on the driver’s skills. On the other hand, automatic transmission can offer very fast and smooth gear shifting these days.
While the races are pretty close between these two drivers it is pretty clear that the 2006 Dodge cummins has more top end speed than the 2007 Ford truck. The 2006 Dodge cummins is easily able to pull past the Ford at the speed. Off the line the Ford is often faster but once the drivers are speeding down the road the Ford owner struggles to compete with the top end of the 2006 Dodge cummins . So prepare to watch a great truck drag race. What do you think, is this a fair match? The Air Dog II supplies a stroked Double Dragon CP3 injection pump from Industrial Injection. The CP3 pump flows 120 percent more fuel than stock in order to support a set of 200 hp common-rail injectors. Which are also from Industrial Injection.
2006 Dodge Cummins Specifications :
It is amazing how far the diesel performance industry has progressed in the last few years. Not too long ago, a diesel truck with just a chip, injectors, and a turbo upgrade was considered to have big horsepower. But as the industry has evolved and individuals have pushed for more and more power. Diesel engine upgrades have changed a lot too. Frank Fredrickson is one of those people that didn’t intend to be a hardcore diesel performance enthusiast, but that’s what he is now. He bought this 2006 Dodge Cummins brand-new, and soon after taking ownership he installed a performance downloader. The power was great and Frank was really enjoying his new truck.
Korie’s build got started by addressing the inevitable. The factory 48RE automatic transmission was pulled and replaced with a full-billet-steel shaft competition unit from Sun Coast. A billet-steel-faced, triple-disc torque converter from Sun Coast was also installed to provide efficient engine-to-transmission power transfer. While underneath the Ram, Korie installed a 165-gph AirDog II fuel system to support his future injection system upgrades.