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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-03-2007, 12:32 AM Thread Starter
 
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I need more smoke and less power

Help me out here. How do I make huge, slobbery, unburnt fuel, smoke? I don't want to burn all the fuel and make big power but rather focus on being as obnoxious as possible and make my truck as slow as it can be. I've considering swapping my injectors for garden hose sprayers. I know that will put out the fire but I think there's a better way. My latest idea is to completely remove the turbo. Who needs boost? That damn turbo when it lights, clears up way too much smoke for me. I think that will do the trick what do you think?
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Just jam an old shirt in the air intake.

Maybe find a tank full of heavy fuel oil, instead of regular #2 diesel.
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Just jam an old shirt in the air intake.
thats what i was going to say, well kinda. less air coming in = more smoke!
lower boost = more smoke and i think you can unplug the map sensor and smoke alot to but not 100% sure and it will throw a CEL light.
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Would a cat work just as well?
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Would a cat work just as well?
Well, it depends.

Long hair or short hair? The long hair will help block more incoming air.

A word of advice, if the cat is still active and alert, you might need a liberal amount of duct tape to get it to stay in the air intake tube.

Report back on your findings, and post pics.
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On second thought, you should really consult a licensed mechanic.

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