funny. that was the first thing i turned off on my Rman I am laughing so hard at this..
I’m with you though; it’s weird. In my Golf R, it had a “Soundaktor” that made an additional vibration at the base of the windshield; it had a very aggravating noice to it occasionally. But overall, the sound of the
“engine” was phenomenal in that car. Deep too.
The new mustangs use a sound tube that brings in intake noise. No clue if it’s similar to the bronco. But there are plenty cheap sound tube deletes for people that don’t like the sound.
The Scion/Subaru/Toyota 86 has a sound tube running from the air intake, after the air filter but before the engine and runs into the cabin by the feet of the passenger.never heard of this....but mustang forums certainly anoint this as a "thing". Thanks
So I was also today years old when I learned about fake engine noise through the speakers.The new mustangs use a sound tube that brings in intake noise. No clue if it’s similar to the bronco. But there are plenty cheap sound tube deletes for people that don’t like the sound.
what’s your real world experience with gas mileage (vs published) on the 2.7? I know it’s not going to be exact but helps to have a good starting point.As someone who drives the 2.7 daily in my '19 F150, I can't recommend this engine enough. Very fun to drive even in my Super Crew.. This is my 3rd 150 with it and no issues with any of them. It is a must for me in my Bronco.
There’s got to be a way to turn in off.Yes sir - some vehicles (I believe some models of BMW) have an option to turn it off.
but yeah, typically its piped through the radio speakers (most of which in Ford's are garbage from China now) and it doesn't matter if music is on or off.