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Re: 4100 Ford

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10-27-2013 17:58:57

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The Dutch philosopher Spinoza once wrote:
"A man's intelligence is inversely proportional to his tolerance to noise"
I take it you're fairly smart. :)
Yeah those 3 cyl Fords are bloody noisy.
The diesels anyway.
You can convert the exhaust to a down pipe so it goes out under the rear axle and it'll be much quieter.
Of course then you'll choke on the stinking diesel when you hook up and implement.
But if you're reasonably smart you can do that quickly...

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10-28-2013 06:07:00

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 Re: 4100 Ford in reply to Ultradog MN, 10-27-2013 17:58:57  
The gasers are loud as well.

I once owned a 66 4000 gasoline S-O-S, and it was very loud.

Mine had a Stanley muffler. I expect that a reverse flow muffler would have quieted it down substantially.


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10-28-2013 14:43:01

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 Re: 4100 Ford in reply to Dean, 10-28-2013 06:07:00  
My 4000 was loud when I got it, and I changed muffler type and its very quiet now.

My Dexta was noisy, and I bought a Stanley F04 and welded the adapters to it, and applied a rain cap, and it's quiet too. My other Dextas did the same to them. My muffler all have the change of direction baffles, a flat and wide muffler. Still have those old mufflers and the difference is drastic.

Power is the same.

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