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Old 06-03-2009, 07:59 PM
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My 7.3L drive-by, and bed-cam.

Sounds 5 times better in person, I need to find the right camera angle where it will pick up the turbo... But w/e. Luckily it was dark enough where you can't see how dirty she is. I probably won't be able to wash her soon, using it every day to take our kayaks to the lake.

YouTube - F-250, Drive By & Bed Cam

Oh, and I tried a boosted launch this morning when I was messin around (low boost, like just a little rev to 1,200) but she sounded awesome. :p
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Old 06-03-2009, 08:06 PM
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All i could hear was the fan on the drive by. Might wanna check into a new clutch on that thing.
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Yeah, it down shifts hard with a load. It sounds better in person then what the camera picks up.
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Old 06-03-2009, 08:11 PM
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Yeah, it almost sounded like the stock exhaust. To me anyway. Or is that what you have?
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I have a 5'' exhaust.

Here is another video:
YouTube - '02 F-250 loaded with 1 yard of 1 1/4'' gravel

Or a 5'' tip, on a 4'' exhaust, I havn't taken the tip off an measured the pipe, but it looks to be the same as the tip that is 5''. Maybe I'll get stacks someday, I'll be the 2nd truck in town to have stacks. The other one is that retarded dodge I was talking about that loves to smoke.

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Hey Jake, or somebody, because my truck is from cali. Should I pull my battery connections and reset my tranny? Do you think that would help with the hard downshifts.
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Old 06-04-2009, 04:22 PM
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Unhooking the batteries wont do anything for the trans. Its not an adaptive trans. The 6.0 trannies are, but not ours. You should want the firm shifting, firm shifts = less slippage = less heat = longer tranny life.
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Unhooking the batteries wont do anything for the trans. Its not an adaptive trans. The 6.0 trannies are, but not ours. You should want the firm shifting, firm shifts = less slippage = less heat = longer tranny life.
It said it was in my manual.
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Old 06-04-2009, 07:49 PM
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It said it was in my manual.
What said it was in your manual?
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What said it was in your manual?
My manual said you could disconnect and reconnect the battery to train your tranny.
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