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Old 11-06-2010, 01:06 PM
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I want my 2000 7.3 to sound like my buddy's 2004 6.0

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My buddys 2004 6.0 F350 sounds bad ***, it just has no converter and a strait flow trough muffler. mine has the same. how can I make my 2000 7.3 sound as cool as his. it sounds like a jet engine.
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Old 11-06-2010, 01:40 PM
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get a 6.0, different turbo different sound.
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Old 11-06-2010, 01:42 PM
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get a 6.0, different turbo different sound.
Yep, sorry that's the only way. What your hearing, that sounds like a jet, is the turbo.
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yup. go get a 6leaker. I have a 5" TB with a flow thorugh muff and it sounds pretty damn good....
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it will never happen. put an 03 turbo on the 7.3 then you might have a chance but you could not get that with out changing anything else....what he said go get a 6.0 ^
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A Garret 38r whistles a good bit more than a stocker. Fwiw
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or invest in an x-wheel or something...
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Ya, either a wicked wheel or something similar.. It won't sound like a jet, but it will have more whistle and it will also give you the benefit of not having that
annoying turbo surge.
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Ya, either a wicked wheel or something similar.. It won't sound like a jet, but it will have more whistle and it will also give you the benefit of not having that
annoying turbo surge.
what he said, what i said, and what everyone else said!
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Old 11-06-2010, 02:13 PM
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and start this one at :45sec
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