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Old 09-29-2008, 06:51 PM
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how loud is your dpf no more truck?

looking for some serious power and mileage gains, but i plow snow with this truck. i need to know how loud it might be.

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Old 09-29-2008, 07:01 PM
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not loud at all. those twins seem to gobble up all the sound. even straight piped it is more of just a whoooshy sound than a loud exhaust. hard to explain but there might be some videos on you tube you can watch.
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i can deal with air rushing, i just dont want to end up like my buddy's 6.0, it sounds like a mustang on crack.
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ha i know what you mean. i personally dont like the sound of the 6.4 straight piped. best sound i have heard is a full down-pipe back 4" kit with muffler and a 6" tip on it. nice and throaty, but not so loud to be annoying.
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ya my dads 6.4 with the dpf delete is very quiet kinda disapointing
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It sounds like a giant leaf blower!!
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It sounds like a giant leaf blower!!
......stacks must make it sounds different, at idle and low RPMs you'll be fine, but when you gotta hammer down its a different story....at least with stacks
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Old 09-30-2008, 01:57 PM
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Here is just cruising..........



Here is 3/4 throttle.....didn't want to throw my sis out

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Heres another short vid. with stacks, if you click on my account on youtube you can hear more.
YouTube - 6.4 on dyno
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Old 09-30-2008, 09:48 PM
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Does anyone have clips with the CAT/DOC on? Id like to know what it sounds like completely straight piped vs ones with just a DPF removed.
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