Usually to get a v8 sound you need to have a v8. its that simple. but if you have a v6 you can enhance the sound by putting a different muffler setup. By doing this, visit a local muffler shop and ask to get a straight through design muffler put on your truck. what this does is lower the restriction of exhaust coming from the motor. Thus produces more noise, and gets the sound desired. Also magnaflow and Borla will add a nice note to your vehicle. Not only can you change the muffler but the headers as well. they typically dont alter the sound but very little, although it does give you more HP and torque. But just replacing the tip wont do anything for you, but for looks only. Be sure to tell the specialists what kind of sound you are looking for buying a muffler from a shop. I hope i was helpful to your inquiry, Jon.
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Possible failed u-joint.
It will most likely be the wheel bearing
Possibly the sway bar bushings?
There are several things that can cause a clanging noise on your 2004 Toyota. A loose exhaust pipe is the most common cause.
Most likeyl cause could be a bad pulley
You can run straights, but be real careful in certain neighborhoods. Some trucks make more noise than others.
The term cobalt exhaust is related to the exhaust system in automobiles. It consists of the various parts in the exhaust system such as mufflers. It reduces the noise and pollution.
Mufflers have no room for baffles on two strokes. Four strokes are a bit quieter, but a lot pricier to buy new. Unidrv
different parts inside the gearbox will have driped dry and make more noise after starting from cold this noise should go away fairly quickly as the running gears move the oil around the gear box
did you check the water pump, alternator and anything else that might have a pulley?
Well most of the time its due to the cam size,on most race engines the cam lobes keep the valves open longer..Compression is also a factor,and including exhaust or turbo/super chargers.. hope this helps. A lack of mufflers would also account for the noise level.
The drivers door panel trim is held in place by retaining clips. Gently push on the trim until you hear a click noise. The click noise is the retaining clip securing the trim.
Before anyone can give a sensible answer to this question, whoever asked it should please log in and edit the question to explain what exactly what "noise" is being asking about. Noise in the street? Noisy hi-fi systems? Noisy reception in a radio? Picture noise in a television?
Hand power tools with mufflers, including blowers and gas powered lawn mowers, 8 a.m. to 8 P. M. weekdays. 9 A.M. to 8 P.M. weekends.
Since you do not have manual hub differtials you are hearing the electric motor dis-engaging the front diff from the drive shafts and trany...
The baffles in slip-on mufflers do more than just reduce noise; they also work to create a backpressure that helps to evacuate the combustion chamber of exhaust gases. Removing them will have a negative effect.
no *Correction - Reduced back pressure does usually result in more horsepower. Some cars run with resonators rather than mufflers which reduces the noise without as much back pressure, thereby increasing horsepower.
I found the cross supports for the roof rack made a lot of wind noise.I moved them around and stopped most of the noise. I coudn't drive at highway speeds with windows down because of rack noise. Replaced the seals around the affected door.
You need to check your starter or your starter selenoid.
Lifter noise is not uncommon.
This should dispel all of the rumours floating around. (625 ILCS 5/12-602) (from Ch. 95 1/2, par. 12-602) Sec. 12-602. Mufflers, prevention of noise. Every motor vehicle driven or operated upon the highways of this State shall at all times be equipped with an adequate muffler or exhaust system in constant operation and properly maintained to prevent any excessive or unusual noise. No such muffler or exhaust system shall be equipped with a cutout, bypass or similar device. No person shall modify the exhaust system of a motor vehicle in a manner which will amplify or increase the noise of such vehicle above that emitted by the muffler originally installed on the vehicle, and such original muffler shall comply with all the requirements of this Section.
You did not say where the noise was coming from so I will guess and say check the universal joints, one or more may be worn out.
That is the most horrid dissonant noise ever. If anyone made that noise within 20 feet of me, I would make them eat their harmonica.