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Old 01-06-2008, 03:16 AM
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First Timer Here W/ Questions !!!!!!

Hey Guys,

Just got my first dulley 2000 7.3 f-350 lariat crew cab,


was woundering. . . . . . . .

1. I want to simply take a Saw-Zaw or Saw and cutt the muffler and take it off and throw it away, im not going to put a new pipe or anything JUST CUT OFF and throw away, that way it will be loud, RIGHT. . . . . ???

2. Will It Hurt My Motor, or will it hurt ANYTHING.

3. I Want Smoke, Big Black THICK Smoke, How Can I Get That.

Sorry But Im A BRAND NEW Member This Diesel Stuff PLEASE HELP.

THANKS ALL
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Old 01-06-2008, 03:43 AM
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Hey Guys,

Just got my first dulley 2000 7.3 f-350 lariat crew cab,


was woundering. . . . . . . .

1. I want to simply take a Saw-Zaw or Saw and cutt the muffler and take it off and throw it away, im not going to put a new pipe or anything JUST CUT OFF and throw away, that way it will be loud, RIGHT. . . . . ???

2. Will It Hurt My Motor, or will it hurt ANYTHING.

3. I Want Smoke, Big Black THICK Smoke, How Can I Get That.

Sorry But Im A BRAND NEW Member This Diesel Stuff PLEASE HELP.

THANKS ALL
I would at least run the end of the pipe out in front of the back tire....if it ends under the cab you will get exhaust drone..I would also add a cold air intake like the Napa 6637 filter for around 50 bucks..it will breath better and you will here the turbo whistle a lot more...after that..add some gauges..pyro for exhaust temps..boost gauge,, and if you have an auto Trans...you will want a Trans temp gauge..after you do that....add a chip and watch the smoke roll...
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Old 01-06-2008, 04:45 AM
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Just make sure to get the gauges before a chip, and I would get a custom chip such as DP tuner or Tony Wildman.
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Old 01-06-2008, 06:55 AM
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I would definitely run the exhaust out the side of the truck. The soot will stick to the underside of your truck and make a big mess.
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Old 01-06-2008, 04:47 PM
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i did it to my truck and its louder, i think.... if you go through a tunnel its loud i ran it out just infront of the rear tire and it is fine. if you really wanna look and sound cool put on some sacks
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Welcome to the Org.... its not gonna hurt the motor like everyone says.... as far as smoke... youll need a tune for that... my suggestions is TonyWildman chip with gauges...
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Old 01-06-2008, 05:09 PM
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