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Old 10-21-2013, 06:33 PM
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Truck don't smoke

So I notice a bunch of videos of trucks rollin coal and I noticed a difference on mine. Mine only smokes if I nail the gas, mostly from a dead stop, and then only for a couple seconds, then clears up. I'm just running the H&S on the performance setting. Now I'm not really concerned about it, cause the truck runs great. I'm just curious of what causes some trucks to continue to roll as long as they stay on the gas?


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Old 10-21-2013, 06:43 PM
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Its just waisting fuel. A good tune will have minimum coalage.
Also itsnot really that cool, at least most on here to Roll Coal. All it does is attract the EPA to us that are trying to get a bunch of HP out of our rigs and let em breathe.
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Old 10-21-2013, 06:48 PM
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Don't roll coal. It's not worth it. Makes everyone look bad and also it's not good for your truck.
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Lol, I'm not trying to find a way to make it smoke more, just curious what makes some smoke more than others. Seems like the high hp rigs do. And if smoking is a sign of an inefficient tune, wouldn't everyone want it gone? Myself, I care about getting real power more than "looking cool."


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Old 10-21-2013, 07:01 PM
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Exactly and with more power comes more smoke if it's not properly built or tuned right.
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My buddys 6.4L dumps black! But hes putting out some power!


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Old 10-21-2013, 07:29 PM
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So I notice a bunch of videos of trucks rollin coal and I noticed a difference on mine. Mine only smokes if I nail the gas, mostly from a dead stop, and then only for a couple seconds, then clears up. I'm just running the H&S on the performance setting. Now I'm not really concerned about it, cause the truck runs great. I'm just curious of what causes some trucks to continue to roll as long as they stay on the gas?


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I know you're not trying to make it smoke more, but if you have an automatic, put it in the 3rd gear on your shifter and then step on it. Smokes like a freight train. Do it "offroad" though lol.
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I know you're not trying to make it smoke more, but if you have an automatic, put it in the 3rd gear on your shifter and then step on it. Smokes like a freight train. Do it "offroad" though lol.
haha, AGREEEED ^
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Old 10-21-2013, 07:46 PM
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haha, AGREEEED ^
You've done that too? Damn I thought I was the only one who knew about that coal rolling secret haha
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