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Old 11-28-2010, 12:44 AM
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I have an 04 F350 and I was told to just run a straight pipe with no can. Should I run the straight or put a can on it?
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Old 11-28-2010, 03:31 AM
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I hope you don't mean a fart can like the ricers? If so we need pics lol.
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Old 11-28-2010, 09:02 AM
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Really? Maybe I should be more specific for the literal people on the forum. Should I put an aftermarket diesel exhaust on my truck or run a straight pipe all the back?
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Straight pipe
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Really? Maybe I should be more specific for the literal people on the forum. Should I put an aftermarket diesel exhaust on my truck or run a straight pipe all the back?
Since we don't know you or your particular jargon all we have to go by is the words you write. The more clearly and unambiguously you phrase your questions the more accurate the answers you will recieve. No one can answer this question for you since it is completely subjective and a matter of opinion and you know about opinions. It all depends on your taste and use of your truck. I run 4" straight TB into duals with an 03 turbo. I love the sound. It only gets really raucous if I stand on it. But I don't tow very much or very heavy. If I was towing a 15k 5er around on a cross country jaunt I'd probably put my muffler back in.
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I understood ya.. just straight pipe it, no need for aftermarket exhaust unless you wanna spend the cash.
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Really? Maybe I should be more specific for the literal people on the forum. Should I put an aftermarket diesel exhaust on my truck or run a straight pipe all the back?
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Old 11-28-2010, 06:04 PM
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straight pipe it. Get a cat delet pipe and muffler delete pipe.
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I have an 04 F350 and I was told to just run a straight pipe with no can. Should I run the straight or put a can on it?
No can-can
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Its all personal preference. If you like the sound of a straight piped exhaust, go for it. If you want the sound to be a little more reserved, go with a kit that has a muffler on it. The muffler isnt going to restrict flow as the are straight through, but it will take the edge off the exhaust tone. We sell kits both ways. If there is anything I can help with, dont hesitate to give me a call.
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