Posted by Rob Mo. on June 17, 2013 at 17:49:05 from (188.8.131.52):
In Reply to: Re: Ford 5610 posted by Bern on June 17, 2013 at 14:59:08:
Nope, its not a joke. Haha. We had a straight pipe on it before. Yes, it is obnoxiously load, however, that particular pipe was not more than 12" above the hood. We put a 472 New Holland haybine behind it last week. It never even put a load or even sounded like it changed the tone of the engine. I am wanting to have the top of the pipe well above the operator, so as the sound will not be as deafening. Yes, I realize it is going to be way louder than a muffler. the only other implements that we have that can "pull" the engine down is a 3-pt 3-16" plow & a 10" John deere disc, which is rarely used in the first place. Sorry for the short story but I figured since you all think I am bluffing. So how bout those EGT"s?
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