Does a bigger exhaust tip make it louder diesel?

One of the most common questions that we get from our customers is, “does a bigger exhaust tip make it louder?” We always answer this question with an emphatic no. The reason for this is because the sound of diesel engines actually comes from the engine and not from the exhaust system.

A larger exhaust tip will not increase your noise output, but it can give you more ground clearance and give a better appearance to your truck or SUV. In order to raise your dB level, you would need a modified muffler or turbo back system which would require some work on your part.

If you are looking for something easy to do that does not require modification then go ahead and throw on one of our large diameter tips!

It’s a common misconception that the size of an exhaust tip makes a diesel engine louder. In reality, it’s the amount and type of muffler used in conjunction with the length of piping between the engine and tailpipe that determines how loud or quiet.

Why was the 7.3 Powerstroke discontinued?

The 7.3 Powerstroke was discontinued because of a recall by the EPA that found problems with the fuel system and emissions. The recall came after more than 100,000 complaints were filed concerning the engine’s smog-forming tendencies. Ford Motor Company stopped production on their line of trucks in 1997 because they could not meet emission standards set forth by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

The 7.3 Powerstroke was discontinued in 2013 because of emissions issues and poor fuel economy. Currently, the most powerful engine available for Ford F-Series trucks is a 6.2 L V8.

How can I get more horsepower out of my 7.3 Powerstroke?

The 7.3 Powerstroke engine is one of the most powerful diesel engines ever built. The engine was designed to work in extreme conditions, like those found on a construction site or oil rig. It’s reliable and tough – but it can’t do its job without a tuned-up exhaust system that allows for optimal horsepower and torque output. If you want more power out of your 7.3 Powerstroke, read on!

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