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Nitro and Diesel Don’t Mix in This Duramax Truck Race

Dmitri Millard is a local celebrity for his racing antics on the speedway. Driving a heavily modified GMC Sierra with a 6.6 L Duramax, this is far from anything to be found at a local dealership. That’s because Dmitri has this souped up Duramax Dyno kicking out nearly 1,400 hp! However, on the drag strip, it’s still not good enough to beat out Jeremiah Montgomery in his twin spooled Duramax without nitro. Is it practical? Is it sustainable? Heck no.

That’s why the other driver, Jeremiah Montgomery, has a respectable twin turbo charged Chevy Silverado 2500HD on the other end. And good sense and mechanics is enough to cross the finish line first. Let’s see what Jeremiah did to this beast to make it rear like it did. Taking the classic 2001 GMC Sierra and putting in a fresh 6.6 L LMM Duramax is a trial in its own right.

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Is it practical? Is it sustainable? Heck no. That’s why the other driver, Jeremiah Montgomery, has a respectable twin turbo charged Chevy Silverado 2500HD on the other end. And good sense and mechanics is enough to cross the finish line first. Let’s see what Jeremiah did to this beast to make it rear like it did.

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Taking the classic 2001 GMC Sierra and putting in a fresh 6.6 L LMM Duramax is a trial in its own right. The Duramax LB7 was certainly a brave fresh start with its 32-valve design