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No truer words have been spoken. Back in the day you tried to out innovate your competition. Now seems who has the most cubic dollars is at the top! Not saying it didn't take money back then just not what it takes today. I know some mod pullers from back in the 70s & 80s and they told me that other than their initial investment in building the tractor they never took a dime out of their own pocket to support it. They had a separate checking account that they kept their prize money in to keep the pulling operation going. They got out in the early 80s when it became difficult to do this and be competitive. The events most likely don't payout much more than they did back then. Had a TWD puller tell me this last year that he has more money in his supercharger than he had in his first complete engine when he started. I'm sure this is no surprise to anyone. Just has gotten way out of hand IMO!


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