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post #1 of 4 Old 04-21-2012, 07:03 PM Thread Starter
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Looking For Deleted/Tuned 6.7 in MD

Fellas, I've been on the fence now for 5 months on doing a 5" deleted setup on my 2012 F350 with an H&S tuner. Picked up an AFE intake for my birthday earlier this year and it has sounded and performed very well so far. My heartburn is that I modify EVERYTHING I have ever owned and I'm concerned that with as much longer driving as I have been doing, the exhaust might be obnoxious in the cab. I'm not concerned about the delete, the tune, or the warranty at this point... my concern is soley based on my inability to get a real feel for how loud the exhaust is in cabin at cruising speed (55-80 mph) on the highway. Not looking for it to be silent by any means, but droning and excessive vibration is something I'd like to avoid. Is there ANYONE in or around Baltimore (I am north of Baltimore) that would be willing to meet up sometime so I can take a ride in and/or checkout a 6.7 with a delete (5" preferred) and see how it is? Any help would be appreciated!
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the new trucks really arent that loud at all. I have my 6.4 with 5" exhaust and no drone at all. the sound is nothing like the 6.0. my 6.0 was kinda bad at certain rpms but the 6.4 is too quiet and its straight piped. they arent like the old diesels. we just got our 6.7 and its very quiet so i doubt it would be much louder than my 6.4. what you can do is get the 5" straight pipe exhaust and if it has drone or too loud you could always but the 5" muffler and take the muffler delete out of the system. the mufflers usually take care of any drone. sorry im not much help haha

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Thanks for the reply Travis... I'm hoping you're right! I mean, who could expect it to be "quiet" without the delete or any exhaust, but I'm definitely looking to go big or just go home and keep it stock. My concern with trying it and then re-adding the delete is that once it's tuned, the warranty is basically shot if the dealer wants to be difficult. I'd like to go big, but only if I know it's worth it. Seems to be a lot of folks doing the basic H&S, DP back exhausts (4" and 5") and intakes that I should be about to find SOMEONE to check out their truck. Bump, still looking for a local or someone within reasonable distance to meet up with...
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Have a couple videos of our 6.7 on my YouTube channel. Has 5in with muffler. You could also do Dpf on tuning with KEM green card. http://youtube.com/HOLDERDOWN

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