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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-04-2012, 09:38 PM Thread Starter
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Popping threw exhaust

Ok my truck pulls like a son of a gun low end but once the rpms get to 2800 or above you can hear a popping threw the exhaust would that be the injectors and you can really hear it if you rev the truck up in Park any info would be great oh and everything that's done to the truck is in my sig

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Re: Popping threw exhaust

We could start with the worst, messed up valvetrain.

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Re: Popping threw exhaust

I would start by taking the valvecovers off and see if there is a broken roker arm

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post #4 of 8 (permalink) Old 06-05-2012, 12:22 AM Thread Starter
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Re: Popping threw exhaust

I was hoping that it wasn't going to be in the valve train

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Re: Popping threw exhaust

Hopefully if it is valve train you don't have to replace a head. $1250 a piece. I just replaced 2 because they were cracked.

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a broken rocker is cheap, if thats the problem.

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my truck dose the popping threw the exhaust but only when i first start it and run maybe 5 min then stops and runs fine would that be valve train or something eles ?

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Re: Popping threw exhaust

I don't think it's the rockers cause I just did injectors about 1 month ago none looked broken could a valve spring or burnt valve cause it

2006 f350 has 205/100 warren injectors custom fuel system a1000 regulated return, s368 batmowheel , banks tecnicooler,58v ficm, afe intake, single 7 inch miter stack 35 12.50 18 toyos, elite stage 1 camshaft, sct live wire with warren diesel tunes, 4 inch lift kit ,
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