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post #1 of 21 Old 10-26-2013, 06:50 PM Thread Starter
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Aeroturbine Muffler for 6.7

Alright gents, I have been researching on the best way to get rid of that crazy sucking noise on my deleted truck. The noise you get right after the rev up. Some say Donaldson muffler is good. But I want to see what the Aeroturbine muffler sounds like. I love the sound of the rev a lot but that funky after noise drives me crazy cause even barely putting out into the street and letting off it does it.

Any advice or if you have a video of a Aeroturbine muffler, I would greatly appreciate it. Thanks in advance
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skip the aeroturbine... you need a large packed style muffler. or two.
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I run a 4" Aeroturbine muffler on my 6.4, it sounds really nice, it also takes the drone out of the cab when pulling my 5th wheel, don't have a sound clip but believe me it makes these trucks sound much better.

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6.7's sound very different than 6.4's.

Aeroturbine is grossly overpriced for what it does, and it doesn't do a ton to the high frequency sounds made by the turbo
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Different animal, I know, but I had an Aeroturbine 5050XL on my 6.0 and hated it. It did remove all of my "hair dryer" noise at idle but left all of the annoying rasp at higher RPMs. I say skip the Aeroturbine.

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I have one on my 6.0 and I love it sounds like a jet taking off

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Ok so y'all are suggesting a different muffler then? Like which one cause I don't want to be buying mufflers to "test" them out for everyone on here haha
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a large packed style muffler like I said
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Brand? If you have a clip, post it. Once again, I am not going to test everyone's suggestions out just cause they suggest its a good idea.
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I guess just keep asking for suggestions and not doing anything with them. Packed mufflers remove high frequency sounds.
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