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Old 10-02-2006, 06:36 PM
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Dual Exhaust

Does anybody have a Silverline 4" SS dual exhaust system on there truck?
If so I am wanting pics of how the exhaust goes to the other side. Thanks!
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I don't have a silverline but I have pics of an MBRP setup, very similar. Do you want that?
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I don't have a silverline but I have pics of an MBRP setup, very similar. Do you want that?
at what point does the exhaust split? after the muffler?
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I don't have a silverline but I have pics of an MBRP setup, very similar. Do you want that?
Maintain- I wouldnt mind takin a gander at the MBRP they gotta be about the same.


Stump- I believe they Y-out just after the muffler.
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The "Y" is welded to the back of the muffler. I have the MBRP duals with 6" slant tips on my truck. Check out my pics. Keith
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Old 10-03-2006, 01:18 PM
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TJ aka lilredpowertroke has dual MBRP exhaust.

The pipe splits at the back of the muffler. Here is a pic when I was trying to determine how "equal" each side was.

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do you get more power with duals?? or do you loss some do to not enough back presher?
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Here we go again with the back preasure....just gap your spark plugs a little wider and you will have no problem.
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Duals have no performance gain, it's purely for sound and looks.

DPP and I have exchanged words about backpressure on the 6.0, his opinion is that no bp = lower egt's and a better running truck. My opinion is that you need SOME backpressure on the 6.0 for warranty and code reasons as well as a few others that I have no factual information about, only speculation. DPP claims he has recieved actual experimental data that was collected from a few aftermarket vendors stating that no back pressure is actually best for the 6.0 (like the 7.3). I can't wait to get my hands on it so I can use it to change my opinion and link people to the information.

At the same time, I'll print it out and hand it to my friend who will then return to the dealership to get a refund since the aftermarket exhaust he had on his truck apparently was the reason for Ford denying his repair.

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ew this sound a little heated,
i would like to that data too
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