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Well, some trucks cant help it. Depending on the year and make of trucks, when you turn up a mechanically injected engine, it can be hard to keep the smoke down in certain driving conditions. Now a brand new truck is different. Some people just like to make smoke.
On the other hand, people towing, or hauling a load in the bed, smoke comes from the engine being under load. It happens.
Were you driving closely behind the person? I know for a FACT I can and will blow smoke on anyone who tailgates me, or pulls up too close to me at a stoplight. Go ahead, call me names, think I am a bad person. I actually think it gets people thinking a little bit on their bad driving habits.
94 Ram 2500 4x4 RCLB.
BHAF, 4" exhaust, S300G, 15.5*, 100 plate, 90 hp sticks, 191 dvs, Mike L. trans. more when i remember.
1 pc headlights, HIDs, 4.5" lift, flippy mirrors (up), not so chrome 6" silverline exhaust tip, not so fancy aftermarket wheels
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