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Old 08-26-2013, 11:33 PM   #150551
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I haven't heard any 6.4s around here straight piped. That's up on my list of mods though is a 4 or 5 inch straight pipe for the 6.0
Nothing sounds as good as a straight piped 6.0. Something about a straight piped 6.7 just doesn't sound right to me, atleast the one I heard. The 6.7 is a quiet motor.
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Other two? There's a 6.4 as well
Sure is lol. People forget how badass they are too
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That's not bad my trucks fuel filter is 60 but I'm thinking about doing a cat fuel filter adapter and I might start running Schafer oil
my oil filter was 20, the fuel filters are like 60. I change fuel filters every 10k instead of 5k.
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The 12.5L in our 4WD tractor sounds like a jet taking off all day long. Can't really find much of a video of what they sound like, may have to make one when I'm running it this weekend.
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Nothing sounds as good as a straight piped 6.0. Something about a straight piped 6.7 just doesn't sound right to me, atleast the one I heard. The 6.7 is a quiet motor.
I had the tech guy at the houston rodeo sorta explain it to me. He said in the 6.0 the diesel explodes 3x before the piston reaches the top, in a 6.4 it explodes 5x, and in the 6.7 it explodes 7x somehow making it SILENT.
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I love my 6.0, doesn't have any of the new EPA crap on it, and there's SOME room to work on it in the engine bay. I did think twice about it though, the dealer had my truck and a lifted 6.4 fully loaded... looked ****ing sweeeeeeet.
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Other two? There's a 6.4 as well
I don't count that as a truck... Hahaha
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Sure is lol. People forget how badass they are too
The 6.4 had almost as many issues as the 6.0... I just wasn't a fan of that particular body style.
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I don't count that as a truck... Hahaha
I love the 6.4, the gas mileage sucks tho
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I love my 6.0, doesn't have any of the new EPA crap on it, and there's SOME room to work on it in the engine bay. I did think twice about it though, the dealer had my truck and a lifted 6.4 fully loaded... looked ****ing sweeeeeeet.
U can look forward to this if u do head studs like my buddy did


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