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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-20-2010, 10:05 PM Thread Starter
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Tymar exhaust

I am looking into getting a new 4" exhaust. I have read that Tymar makes exhauts. does anybody have any expierence with them or have heard anything about them?

I am looking into three different exhaust. MBRP, Diamond eye, and Tymar. If I heard good things about the Tymar then I would go with it but I am moslty leaning toward the MBRP. I have read alot of people have the Diamond eye but havent read that alot of people really like it (some do but not alot). It seems like the majorty of people prefer the MBRP. I havent read anything on the Tymar execpt that he makes them. Thanks

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I just installed a diamond eye exhaust I ordered from Dale(Tymar) he did not say anything about having his own exhaust system.

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Dale at TYMAR does not make his own exhaust, however he does have his own intake. Dale mainly deals with Diamond Eye exhaust like whmoto said. I havent heard too many bad thigns about Diamond Eye, maybe that sometimes their fit is a little off. I run MBRP and love the sound of it, have had it on for about 6+ years now. Talk to Dale, im sure he can give ua good deal on an Exhaust

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Yeah maybe when the guy said Tymar makes thier own exhaust maybe he meant they sell the diamond eye. Thanks for the help.

2000 ford f-250 turbo diesel 7.3 lariat crew cab, lifted 8" w/37x12.50 cooper tires, 4" dual after market exhaust, 4" downpipe, tymar intake, tony wildman 4 pos chip, tripple under dash gauges egt,boost,trans temp 200k and counting

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2nd thoughts......

All, I just did the DIY Tymar intake on my 2001 7.3 SD.

Here is what I want to ask and want to know.

As most of you I have spent hours looking into this and now that I have done it I am starting to think a little bit about switching back to my AIS System. Here is what I think so far:

1. Turbo - spools quick - sound is the following: Sppppssssssssssssss let off the pedel and you hear it unload sssssssssssppppppS. Sounds good but my question is: how will this sound on a long trip on the highway driving about 70mph for 4 hours? Will it do any harm? (Has anyone had issues with this)

2. I did this mod Tymar as a proof of concept, but I am torn on the idea. Should I go back to the AIS Intake? Should I run this Tymar for a bit and see? (I just put this on 3 hours ago).

3. Is there any issues, burning up the Turbo? I noticed that my AIT F, Air Intake Temp is a little higher now usually with my AIS it was reading more the outside temp of what it was sucking into the AIS System, now that I have relocated my AIT I noticed that is is ready temps higher than what I was previously getting, like this evening its in the 50 or 60's and the temp reading I was getting was about 85- 95 degrees. Downside to this? or not to worry about this since the sensor is not in the box as it was when using the IAS.

Any help would be very much and kindly appriciated.

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Keep the Tymar..nothing is better..
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Keep the TYMAR, u arent hurting anything

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I've never heard anyone say that Tymar damaged their engine or turbo. I'd say try it for awhile to see how you like it. You can always go back to AIS later if you decide that you liked it better.

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