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Old 12-13-2007, 03:28 PM
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loud pipes! video

mack with jake! 427 mack with a 10spd.

YouTube - make it loud again
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argh i cant stand those jake brakes!!!!
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Jakes are nice and save on the brakes and are nice in hills but the guys that run straight pipes are making more towns and cities to enact laws against their use because of the noise.

FYI, I'm not against their use, but some drivers have straight pipes and also just use the jake when they could get by without it.
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Old 12-13-2007, 07:52 PM
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Wish my truck sounded like that.
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When I drive a BIG truck I don't turn the Jake Brake off. It saves the brakes alot. You do a brake job on one and you will use your Jake Brake all the time too.
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When I drive a BIG truck I don't turn the Jake Brake off. It saves the brakes alot. You do a brake job on one and you will use your Jake Brake all the time too.
.....I can only imagine

but that sound.....
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Old 12-13-2007, 08:58 PM
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When I drive a BIG truck I don't turn the Jake Brake off. It saves the brakes alot. You do a brake job on one and you will use your Jake Brake all the time too.

It is a good safety item to have, when I drove for WCW Wrestling, my truck weighed at least 70,000 lbs all the time, the jake saved a lot of brakes, especially on hills and in the mountains. I could come off of a mountain, now I may be going slower than was required but, I wouldn't hardly use the brakes at all, let the engine do the work. I also had dual exhaust on the T-2000 I drove with mufflers so it wasn't overly loud.
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Old 12-14-2007, 04:42 AM
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That's cool but I liked the part when the turbo whistled too. LOL
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