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FOKISD at Thunder In Indy!

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Friday - Monday, June 23rd to the 26th, 2006
Make your reservations NOW for FOKISD's DHRA Campout!
At the Greenfield, Indiana KOA
We will be hosting a Summer Mini-Rally in conjunction with the DHRA Diesel Nationals for the first time. The KOA is located on the east side of Indianapolis, while IRP is on the west side, about a 30 minute drive. We have stayed at this KOA in the past and it is very nice, very clean, and they will allow us to build our traditional bonfire! The atmosphere is family oriented, so if you plan on partying hard, you may want to stay at one of the DHRA sanctioned hotels (see their site). Our group will be in the #24(sewer) and #37 rows at the campground. We will arrive on Friday afternoon/evening. Saturday and Sunday we will caravan over to IRP around 830am and return to the campground for dinner (maybe?). Some of us will be staying until Monday so we don't have to pull out after a long day at the track.

Call the KOA at 1-800-562-0531 and make your reservations now! Make sure you tell them that you are with FOKISD Truck Club so that you can be grouped with us and get the group discount.

For links and details, go HERE and scroll down a bit.

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Robb, my son and I will be there. They are putting us in the next row as I wanted full hookups. Thanks for allowing us to join your club for this event. Gene
I just wanted to thank the FOKISD club for their hospitality. Robb,Judy, Bob,Cheryl(sp), Mike,Heidi, Gary,Cindy, and the kids. They invited my family into their group and treated us like long time friends even though we had never met before this weekend. We had a great time and really appreciate you treating us so kindly. So thanks again and hope to see you guys again. Gene, Vicky, Alex, and Mikayla Emmons. /ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif
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Hi, Dan I'm liking it so far, when we came home today my EGT's never went over 1000* going 70mph up some small grades. The trans temps ran 150* on flat and small grades and hit 165* on the longer grades, which is right where it was with the 80hp econo tune. It definitely smokes more and it is a real kick in the pants. It also seems to run even smoother than the 80hp tune did. It was hard not to hit 80 mph when I went to pass someone. After I get a new converter I'll see what it can do. We have vacation scheduled for the same weekend as the rally but I'll see maybe I can make it, we were originally planning to go out to Yellowstone, but now I think we might just go up north again, and I have two weeks off, so the rally isn't out yet. Was nice meeting you. Gene
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