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post #1 of 11 Old 06-28-2011, 10:14 AM Thread Starter
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F350 no smoke

Hey this may be normal but I heard that if you put a different exhaust on when you floor it it wil roal coal....?? Well I got a MBRP exhaust and you floor it it sounds great just no smoke i didnt know if this was normal? Thanks Ron.

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You heard wrong. In the big picture, no smoke is a good thing.

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Changing your exhaust isn't going to change the amount of fuel the engine gets. Black smoke is nothing but un burned fuel. Your truck doesn't smoke because it's running efficiently. Smoke looks dumb, and costs gas money. Dont change a thing.
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OK Thanks guys! I'm 15 and got 5 months till I can drive so im just getting the truck the way i want it now so when I can drive i'm good to go!

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Hey this may be normal but I heard that if you put a different exhaust on when you floor it it wil roal coal....?? Well I got a MBRP exhaust and you floor it it sounds great just no smoke i didnt know if this was normal? Thanks Ron.

Rolling coal is stupid and generally frowned upon by most of us here unless there's a real good reason like you're hooked to a sled and have your pulling tune loaded.
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Thanks for the help guys

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