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Sounds like a cracked open window on freeway

Thought I had the issue figured out when I heard this noise the first time.. Come to find out what I originally heard happened once then a new problem began. Last issue was my PS pump making unlike pump noises anyway that's fixed...

Ugh ok so I go fire my truck up its dead cold an it's roughly 40-45 out. Fire it up an take off. Normally I let Queenie warm up atleast 10 minutes. Tonight I didn't took off an drove a mile was all good. Parked Sat maybe 5 min fire it up again take off .25-.5 mile down the road the sound of a barely cracked window open flyin down the freeway came on. I let of the gas it goes away.. I put my foot back in it 1/4 throttle lightly speed limit is 55 it literally sounds like a window that's cracked open....

Ebpv sensor is unhook. Has been for mooonths tube needs cleaned..
Only making noise under a load

What stumps me is since the first time I ever heard it till now it's been 2 weeks.... Drove all over an back only noticeable sound was my PS pump till I fixed it....

Any ideas?.... Intake side shaft play was zero (last time) I'll check again in morning. I don't loose boost pressure.

Knock on wood my trucks never had A issue until I took the half the mbrp exhaust off an dumped it under the cab. Idk how on earth that could cause anything to happen.... Odd part is I bet I'll go start the truck up in the morning an i bet it will not make this sound again. But this is the 2nd or 3rd it's happened only when it's cold outside.



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Check for a torn IC boot.

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Check for a torn IC boot.
Good ol early 99 up pipe leak... Problem found.
So I've picked up the following.

X2 f17250 felpro sbc Chevy donut gaskets
Can of pb blaster
Tube Anti seize

I've been reading I can can R&R without having to remove turbo so I'm going to start on it tonight going to take pictures an probably make a thread on it. I've been researching day an night for 2 days and half the posts I found pictures are expired an from almost 10 years ago.

I may send you a pm here soon Dp I got a few questions I've been looking to a dp tuner.
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Feel free to call us anytime.

Up-pipes can be done with the turbo on but you won't be having any fun. Its barely tolerable with the turbo out. It can be done either way but the aggravation level goes up with each thing you don't remove.

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