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Exhauste on a 7.3

I was at the gas station about a week ago and there way a 2006 f250 with aftermarket exhauste on it that really wistled at an idle. Can anyone tell me what kind of exhauste that might have been and if it would sound the same on my 2003 f250 7.3? Mine has flowmaster on it now and it sounds ok but not as good as other trucks.
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muffler and cat delete will really make your truck sound good. it will also help the turbo sound through the exhaust more
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he was probably just straight piped, those 6.0 whistle really good with out much work

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We have a exhaust shop, and most of the guys run straight pipes with 4 or 5 inch and they whistle pretty good. Nice sound except to me the straight pipe gets pretty loud running up and down the road. Kind of gets a rumble going inside the cab, but a lot of guys like it. I deal with loud everyday so I keep mine quieter with a 4 inch magnaflow system.
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I run stock 3.5" with a muffler delete. With the crew cab design, the exhaust doesn't sound any louder in the cab when the windows are up. When they are down, you can hear her scream when you're in it and whistle when you let off. Cost me 1hr of time with the Sawzall and about 21.00 for the pipe where the muffler was.

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