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About Motorwood

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    Frederick, MD
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    Diesel performance, sled pulling.

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  1. Motorwood

    Worked at Mack Western Hayward Ca

    My dads '77
  2. Motorwood

    Hi, thanks for having me.

    Dynoed 1059hp yesterday. Still an E6
  3. Motorwood

    73 RS700L in Gettysburg

    I live near and have looked at it. It's rough, but very cool. It will rot into the ground before its ever sold cheap.
  4. Motorwood

    E6 4 valve question

    And burn a lot of Pistons..
  5. You can drive it and pull a trailer. It has no clutch brake, but it goes into gear surprisingly well.
  6. The highest static (no RPM) pressure on the Crower is 2344lbs which is a little over half of what a 2050 ft lb eaton has. But you have twice as many disks. I think it's safe to say a Crower will hold what the eaton will at say 1200RPM. Once the revs come up it gets way stronger. With a full set of weights, you can't hold the clutch pedal down past 2800RPMs. Pretty sure the clutch cable starts stretching. At normal highway RPM it drives like an eaton, takes off smoothly, and requires way less leg than a 6000lb Lipe!
  7. Motorwood

    E6 4 valve question

    We have one that has put 970HP to the wheels. It doesn't pull trailers though, just a sled.
  8. Motorwood

    Hi, thanks for having me.

    Been a while. We're into tearing up valvetrain now. Broken lifter, wiped cam.
  9. Dad's Superliner. He always wanted a V8, but this E6 350 4v will do.
  10. Motorwood

    Hi, thanks for having me.

    We made 972hp 2332trq last weekend.
  11. Motorwood

    Hi, thanks for having me.

    Thats ok, we're hoping to better that by a good bit this year anyway.
  12. Motorwood

    Hi, thanks for having me.

    Mostly a play toy, my Dad retired and we kinda retired the truck with him. They could both come back if we got in a pinch. (He still has a valid CDL and medical card and the truck still has a wetline
  13. Motorwood

    Hi, thanks for having me.

    Pic of Dad's Super hooked to sled.

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