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Old 06-12-2010, 06:44 PM
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Single Stack Red F250 Complete !!!

Ok, so after much deliberating on what I wanted to do with my exhaust I went with the turbo back straight exhaust into a single 6" chrome mitre cut stack. My other thread has all of the progress but it is finally compete. Thank you guys very much for all your input.
I didnt buy any kits, I custom designed and put it together myself to save money on the complete systems. Here is the break down of parts and money spent (Not that I care about what is cost lol) But just for information...

MBRP 3.5" Downpipe- $111.32
MBRP Cat Delete Pipe- $65.32
MBRP 4" to 3.5" Reducer- $23.12
Flex Pipe- $29.95
45 Degree Elbow- $28.95
Exhaust Piping 4"x1'- $5.00
MBRP Stack 6"x36"- 174.99
L Bracket- $2.64
(3) Stainless Steel Exhaust Band Clamps- $7.95 each


Plus:
*Many days of waiting for the Big Brown Truck to deliver parts. (Everything was free shipping or local pick up at Summit Racing)

*Some frustration trying to find tools since I just moved into a new house.

*And the occasional technical difficulty.

GRAND TOTAL...... Priceless

$465.14

Here are the final pictures:










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Old 06-12-2010, 06:47 PM
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looks good
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that looks good! now get some soot in it! it looks too clean inside
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that looks good! now get some soot in it! it looks too clean inside
I know right? Kinda wanted to keep it clean until I take my picture for the patriotic theme rotm though but we will see I guess.
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Old 06-15-2010, 08:55 PM
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I don't like single stacks, but it looks good.
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I agree that it looks too clean, lol. Very Nice.
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Old 06-15-2010, 09:10 PM
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Looks good. How did you mount it in the bed?
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Looks good. How did you mount it in the bed?
I was definately going for the clean and simple look so I didnt overdue it.
I have my elbow sticking up through the bed about 4" so the flared end of it holds it tight in place in the hole then I used a piece of regular 4" exhaust piping that is 11" long so that it mounted firmly into the elbow and into the stack and still giving me that few extra inches to get the stack to cab height. Used nice stainless steel clamps to make it look clean then mounted one L bracket to hold the stack firmly in place. If any of that makes sense
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Great job Hailey. The truck is looking great.
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That looks really good im actually waitin on parts for my stack, could I get some pics from the inside of the bed to compare?? thanks!
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