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Willys53

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I wish i could hear the turbo sing, I only get a faint whisper





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hazards280

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Agreed, even a slight audible increase would be appreciated. To me, the sound of diesel includes both the clatter and the sound of a spooling turbo upon acceleration. 👍
 

tts42572

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Sounds fine to me.

There's enough noise as it is with wind noise, tire noise, etc. I don't need a bigger sound from the engine.

I'm absolutely loving the Turbo and glad I went with it.
 

JLDIESEL

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I’d recommend opening up your hood vents. Increased sound and cooling (strictly heat soak). I’m in California and my jeeps stays in the garage... those in other states might choose otherwise. Once I get an intake, it should be even better.

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UTES

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My Jeep only gets that traditional Diesel clatter when it first starts and temps are below 20 degrees F. But, it always fires right up.

FWIW - I highly appreciate the work Jeep put into the auxiliary heating system. I get warm air out of the dash within 30 seconds after a sub-20 degree start.

Hunter
 

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