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post #1 of 5 Old 11-14-2005, 07:50 AM Thread Starter
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Cool diesel exhaust question

since i dont want to double post in the 7.3 and the 6.0 sections i decided to put this here. can anyone help me out here? does anyone here know of anyone that did dual exhaust on a superduty that comes straight out under the rear bumpers? what size would need to be used? i was thinking of 4" with 5" tips. also what is the sound/performance difference between using a muffler like bassani or magnaflow over no muffler? anyone have pics of how this dual exhaust looks? how about a sound clip as i am curious what a dual exhaust on a diesel sounds like.....
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the turbo will be much more promenint (sp?) here is a clip of a no muffler 7.3

http://jwiger.no-ip.info/psf/Exhaust...fler%207.3.wav

with the 6.0 i've heard of some people saying that there is a little more turbo lag with larger pipes, they've also notices cooler EGT temps. which is the most likely cause for the extra lag. Hopefully some one has a dual exhaust here and is willing to send me a sound clip of it jwiger@gmail.com . I'll post it here the best way to help the turbo lag is to add fuel and get the EGT's back up. this can be done with any turner chip of programmer. Also i recomend a pyrometer gauge.

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that sounds pretty good!
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By The Way Good Info

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Ive got a 4" from the turbo back with dual exit and 6" tips no muffler no cat and my ttruck sounds awesome, however mine exit behind the tires for the simple fact i didnt want all the soot to end up on the tailgate.The boost seemed to build faster and cooler egt's.Any ???'s just ask.

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