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Old 10-30-2012, 04:11 PM
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What is wrong with some of us 6.4L guys??????

So I start youtubing some 6.4 videos. trying to see what different turbo options sound like(i have watched MPD video of their single turbo 6.4 a million times because i miss my 6.0's sound) and i start coming across these smoking out videos. no wonder why we have dpf's now-a-days, i thought it was only dodge guys

2 videos of 6.4's hmmmmmm......

and a 6.0
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It's not 6.4 guys or Cummins guys or even diesel guys in general....it is the simple fact that there are idiots in everything. Look at professional sports. These guys make tons of legal money and some of them still get busted in shootings, stabbings, drug deals and dog fights...just to name a few.

I don't want my truck to smoke. At nearly $4 a gallon I want to use my fuel. But some guys think it is cool to black out 6 lanes of traffic or to blow smoke in some cute chick's face. I have to assume the guys in the 6.4 with the girl are gay. I mean why not offer her a ride instead being stupid for the whole world to see.

These coal rolling guys will be the first to gripe when emissions tighten up for up. Morons!

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it is the simple fact that there are idiots in everything.
And that's the problem right there. Idiots will ruin it for everyone every time.
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its a shame
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5 bucks says they still picked her up
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5 bucks says they still picked her up
probably did....................but only to hold the video camera in the bedroom

"rolling coal" is about the dumbest thing you can do in a diesel, especially these days with all the rules and laws. I can compare "rolling coal" in a diesel to have a loud azz exhaust on a vehicle with no ballz. Basically they want to be a bad a*s but can't afford the rest of the mods to be one....
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You will find most times that the people making these videos are pretty young, and its probably there first vehicle. There is a kid here in town that has a 6leaker and drives around smoking out intersections constantly. Once he did it to me with my windows down. I was pissed! I saw him at truck fest in denver, and we ran down the track, and lets just say he leaves stop lights next to me much slower now with little to no smoke.
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I TOTALLY agree with the cute girl... WTH is wrong with you
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i dont see a problem with rolling coal but on the track not the street.. but if your truck is deleted or tuned your gonna have black smoke more or less right... its part of owning a diesel i have learned to live with it o well
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I would think that the level of smoke would be dependent on the tune. I can't speak for a 6.4, but my 6.0 changes the amount of smoke and the general sound of the engine with each tune.

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