Just razzin' ya Argee! :idea: :smiles: Actually, unless placed under load they don't burn much if any more than a stock diesel. A diesel unlike a gasoline engine will only inject enough fuel to maintain rpm. If the load is light so is the fuel charge. Under full load, they can suck the juice down but not as much as you might think. They still get 8 - 10 mpg.
Here is a little more information about the truck/engine in the pictures. Someone who knows the owner posted this on TDR.
"It is a 2001 Dodge 3/4 4x4. The motor is a TRIPLE Turbo( 64mm feeding the 88mm feeding the 106mm), 500 shot nitrous, propane injected, and alcohol injected with twin liquid-to-air intercoolers and a huge air-to-air intercooler. Should make 1200hp and 2000 ft.lbs. of torque."
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