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post #1 of 7 Old 07-22-2014, 06:06 PM Thread Starter
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I know this "idea" sounds crazy as hell, but what are some thoughts on removing my 6.7 from my 13' and putting in a fully built, completely refurbed with all new upgraded parts from the ground up 6.0? Like i said, sounds insane, but i think i'm seriously obsessed with the brute sound of the 6 liters. From the rough-sounding clacking upon startup to the ridiculously loud turbo whistle at idle There's nothing like it. I could've easily bought a 6.0 and have what im looking for... except for the updated style, interior, and features of my 13. I want the best of both worlds. Any thoughts, concerns, or input on this "potential" plan?
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I think it would be awesome! love the 6.0 sound. Big task though man!

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Mission impossible. Not sure how the ECU from the 6.0 would interface with the 2013 inputs.

I think you would end up with a car similar to the one Johnny Cash build from his song, One Piece at a Time.

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You would have a very hard time passing emissions. The way it works is which ever truck or engine is newer has to follow the emissions rules. Plus I think it would be a electrical nightmare.

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Put a non vgt turbo on and it'll sound more 6.0ish. As for the clanking, run the SOB low on oil a few times to get the bearings talking.. . . ..

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I have now heard it all...... smh

Do all the deletes and swap the turbo and see if that helps your craving
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