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just bought my first diesel in a 1982 scottsdale 6.2 and im in love but kind of left hanging in the power department im hooked up to a 4spd stick so it makes up for it on the low end like i said before though ... JOIN NOW TO REMOVE TRACER

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Old 03-15-2013, 01:57 PM
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just bought my first diesel in a 1982 scottsdale 6.2 and im in love but kind of left hanging in the power department im hooked up to a 4spd stick so it makes up for it on the low end like i said before though i am a complete noob in the diesel game any easy power boosts no matter how small would be greatly appreciated or just geneal tips i would need to know about these engines
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Old 03-15-2013, 02:43 PM
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Turbocharge it. Exhaust and intake help. Not really much you can do for these that's "easy".

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another dumb question i want a deeper sound from my exhaust does the engine need the mufflers for back pressure or will straight pipes work ok

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and when i say easy power boosts i mean bolt on i have a decent knowledge of gas burners but still a little t green to break into the internals dont have a local part store so if i break something its days to fix it

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There are tons of youtube vids with 6.5 TD trucks with straight pipes. I'm thinking of ditching my muffler and hollowing out the soot trap. Diesels don't need back pressure.
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You can't really get a diesel to rumble like a gasser.
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ditched the mufflers for 4in straights and sounds great very loud but i like it
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