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5" exhaust ?

Who sells a good 5" kit that will connect to my 4" downpipe? I'm tossing around the idea of going to 5" for a different sound and a different look.

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I bought mine off ebay a complete 5" turbo back with a 4" downpipe for 310 dollars shipped to my house.
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I bought mine off ebay a complete 5" turbo back with a 4" downpipe for 310 dollars shipped to my house.
Wonder if I could find it cheaper without the downpipe? I plan on keeping the 4" Silverline DP.

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probably not to be honest, because of the way the reducer is designed it's designed into the pipe and won't leak
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probably not to be honest, because of the way the reducer is designed it's designed into the pipe and won't leak
Ok, thanks. Did you have any clearance issues with the spare tire?

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I didn't have a spare tire but I just put a 35" spare under my bed( in the stock location ) with no issues what so ever.
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that would sound/look good!

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it does sound good but really gets annoying after a while on long trips and such.
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