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Old 09-29-2013, 07:37 AM
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2013 6.7l intake kit?

I just bought my first Turbo Diesel yesterday and I want to bring out that sweet turbo whistle. I know these trucks have weird emissions parts on them now and this is a twin turbo model. I'm not too concerned with deleting things right now because I have a 100,000mi warranty. I just want to know if there is any manufactures out there that actually make a decent setup for this scorpion motor. Figured I would come here first since what I have seen is single intake systems. Now, I know I'm not an idiot but I thought twin turbo required twin intakes... Your help is appreciated. Thank you and glad to be a part of this awesome community
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I just bought my first Turbo Diesel yesterday and I want to bring out that sweet turbo whistle. I know these trucks have weird emissions parts on them now and this is a twin turbo model. I'm not too concerned with deleting things right now because I have a 100,000mi warranty. I just want to know if there is any manufactures out there that actually make a decent setup for this scorpion motor. Figured I would come here first since what I have seen is single intake systems. Now, I know I'm not an idiot but I thought twin turbo required twin intakes... Your help is appreciated. Thank you and glad to be a part of this awesome community
Its not a twin turbo. Its a single turbo with sequential hotsides (exhaust inlet).
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Looks like I need to talk to the idiots that sold me the truck huh! lol. They might have been talking about the Ecoboost I traded in. Either way it was a miscommunication. I will read more on the new motor. Any suggestions as to a great intake system with the best price tag?
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Dual compressor housing single exauhst housing.... Got it!
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Looks like I need to talk to the idiots that sold me the truck huh! lol. They might have been talking about the Ecoboost I traded in. Either way it was a miscommunication. I will read more on the new motor. Any suggestions as to a great intake system with the best price tag?
Stock with a drop in

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Old 09-29-2013, 11:09 AM
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I know that stock with a drop in would be the cheapest but I'm looking for a lot more turbo spool up sound. I know I can get more Hp/Tq with a sealed intake but I don't want a quiter sound... I'd like cold air intake with open box that makes the turbo heard from a block away! Any suggestions? Thanks
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I know that stock with a drop in would be the cheapest but I'm looking for a lot more turbo spool up sound. I know I can get more Hp/Tq with a sealed intake but I don't want a quiter sound... I'd like cold air intake with open box that makes the turbo heard from a block away! Any suggestions? Thanks
I did an S&B a few weeks ago on my 2011...you can definitely hear the turbo more...but until you or I can delete the DPF/DEF/EGR, it is what it is....a quiet diesel. YouTube a deleted 6.7 PSD.....
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I installed a AFE stage 2 with a dry filter for a coworker on his 2012 6.7. Other than the intake his truck is all stock. There is definitely some more of that turbo whistle you are looking for. The quality of the kit was top notch and the install was fairly simple. The S&B intake is also real nice.
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Awesome. I'm trying to track down a video on YouTube of them both. You guys are great.
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