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Old 10-25-2013, 05:55 PM
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How do I make this truck louder?????

I have dpf deleted and its straight piped but it is as loud as I want it to be I can't hear anything but turbo I am thinking about 6 or 8" stacks will it be any louder with that??


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no, it won't
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Straight piped and dpf deleted is about as loud as your gonna get bud. What size exhaust pipe are you running?
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Old 10-25-2013, 09:09 PM
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single turbo is as loud as you're going to get
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^Good point having that extra turbo is cool and all, but is definitely making it quieter. I didn't even think about that. Don't know why turbo's quiet engines down so much.. Buddy of mine has a turbo Mustang and he's running open downpipe and my Mustang with Borla mufflers is louder lol. But can't beat the turbo sound of course...
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I'm running the stock pipe except for where the dpf is deleted its 4" but I was told the size of that means alot like a 5 6 7 8" stack they all have diff sounds


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stacks are gay. Get a cummins if you care just about the sound.
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A single non vgt turbo and 5" straight is as loud as it will get. A stack will make it louder in the cab but not louder overall.

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Old 10-26-2013, 08:25 AM
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Yeah you need to at least run a 5" on your setup just to make it a little louder. But like said with the two turbos your limited on how loud you can get
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A single non vgt turbo and 5" straight is as loud as it will get. A stack will make it louder in the cab but not louder overall.

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^^^what he said

Ive tried it this summer, run the stack 2 months and put it back under the truck.


Edit: now im stuck with a 5inch hole in the front of my box -_-
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