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Old 07-03-2007, 10:42 AM
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i have a 2003 6.0. what would be the loudest and best sounding exhaust i could get for it. also, my buddy did somethin to make his turbo loud as heck but he wont tell me what to do to it. i am new to this diesel stuff so would someone help me out
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i have a 2003 6.0. what would be the loudest and best sounding exhaust i could get for it. also, my buddy did somethin to make his turbo loud as heck but he wont tell me what to do to it. i am new to this diesel stuff so would someone help me out
Loudest and Best Sounding do not go together. But I think you should check out silverline, or mbrp, or dynamax, magnaflow. They all make good exhaust that put out good quality sound. If you want loud you want straightpipe.
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Old 07-03-2007, 10:50 AM
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Do a 4" mrbp and get rid of the cat and muffler. It will sound great, and will be loud. He prob took the cat off.
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thanks for the suggestions
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maybe he took out the silencer ring.
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this might be a dumb question but i am new to the diesels and i know that on my Z71 i couldnt take the cat off because of the sensor crap.... is it ok to run the diesels without the cat and the muffler?
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i have a 2003 6.0. what would be the loudest and best sounding exhaust i could get for it. also, my buddy did somethin to make his turbo loud as heck but he wont tell me what to do to it. i am new to this diesel stuff so would someone help me out

his 'secret' was prob to do strait pipe no cat no muff..the 03 turbo is loudest one out there...

cheapest way just put a pipe in place where the cat and muffler is--look into the site vendors to get a cat and muffler delete pipe

the way it sounds the best IMO is to get a turbo back strait pipe from farmboys or mbrp or any other(farmboys is cheapest by far)

look up on youtube for 2003 straight pipe 6.0 and u will hear what it will be like......have fun
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thanks 4 the help
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Loudest and Best Sounding do not go together.
this is very true. I would stick towards silverline and MBRP they actually tune there exhausts for diesel truck applications. Most other companies just bend the pipe up and make a bottle resonator, no tuning is involved.
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this is very true. I would stick towards silverline and MBRP they actually tune there exhausts for diesel truck applications. Most other companies just bend the pipe up and make a bottle resonator, no tuning is involved.

you cant tune a stright pipe.....
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