This diesel couple just got a house. Their neighbors are gonna be thrilled by their performance diesel warming up every day and pulling out with a cloud of soot. When they’re not burning diesel, they’ll be burning wood.
My source tells me that the people behind Diesel Hotties had banned any pics with big exhausts and coal, but with a change in management, they’re now getting dirtier.
SOOT LIFE was a brand here in Orlando a few years back started by Brad Cox. Brad drove a 2001 Platinum Edition Powerstroke 7.3 which like the name says put out some good soot from the stacks.
Their slogan was “If you’re blowin’ the black smoke, then you’re livin’ the soot life” which was awesome with their logo
Their logo was a gas mask showing how nasty the exhaust was from their dirty diesels. Anybody behind the soot life gang without a mask had to breathe that toxic soot right in
This is Brian Cox’s truck showing the soot life exhaust on the Florida roads
Cause you guys asked! Tune on the fly, my nasty tune is called 12V!
Trucks need more shorty stacks to keep em fumes low
Some beautiful idle haze, common in older turned up trucks.
A glider is a new truck frame on an older rebuilt engine. The exhaust that spews out of the stacks is as dirty as the original engine.
The owner says
2008 Freightliner Coronado Glider Kit with the legendary Detroit 12.7 S60 engine, has 500HP 10sp manual eaton trans, 3.42 rears, 845k miles. NO eld NO emission, NO egr, DPF DEF or any other “F”.
Of course this concept gives liberals and environmentalists an asthma attack thinking about it!
A “glider” is a diesel freight truck assembled by installing a used engine and powertrain in a new truck body. Because their engines were built under outdated pollution standards, the EPA estimates that glider trucks emit 20 to 40 times more smog-forming nitrogen oxide and soot-causing particulate matter than new trucks on the market.
Making money also comes with a little problem of the environment. You often make toxic gases. This picture shows the best way to deal with it, release it straight into the atmosphere!
Here we have two straight piped dirty diesels hauling coal to a Canadian steel mill. You can see we have three sources of nasty fumes that release it unfiltered into the air. The exhaust is so strong they all need smoke stacks to make sure it mixes good with clean air. What happens to the pollution after that? Who cares! Everybody got their profit!
Here’s a truck with a Metal Mulisha tip I know u guys like. Got a video of it busting a black load from the skull penis for u dirty gays on here.