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Old 02-18-2011, 08:59 PM
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EXHAUST EXIT BEFORE REAR WHEELS QUESTION

HELLO
I AM NEW TO THIS FORUM AS THIS IS MY FIRST DIESEL....OWNED MANY NEW F150'S BUT FINALLY MADE THE CHANGE....IM NEW TO THIS FORUM BUT BELONG TO MANY BMW FORUMS AS I HAVE BEEN TUNING BMW'S FOR QUITE SOME TIME BUT KNOW NOTHING REALLY ABOUT DIESEL'S BUT AFTER RIDING IN MANY OF MY BUDDIES I HAD TO CHANGE....SO HEAR IT IS I'VE READ MANY THREADS REGARDING 4" MBRP TURBO BACKS BUT I HAVE BUDDIES RUNNING 4" EXITS BEFORE THE REAR WHEELS...I WAS THINKING OF BUYING A MBRP DWN PIPE AND 4" MUFFLER THEN HAVING A LOCAL SHOP MAKE PIPING TO EXIT BEFORE THE REAR WHEELS... I LOVE THE LOOKS AND SOUND BUT HAVE CONCERNS....

1ST I TOW A 30FT TOY HAULER AM I GOING TO HAVE ANY BRAKE PROBLEMS FROM THE HEAT/SOOT OFF OF THE EXHAUST

2ND I KNOW SOME WILL MENTION THE SMOKE/SOOT BUT I HAVE NO PLANS OF RUNNING A TUNE BUT I WILL BE REMOVING MY CAT....ANY COMMENTS ON THAT

3RD ANY OTHER CONCERNS/PROBLEMS I DONT KNOW OF BY DOING THIS

THANK YOU FOR YOUR TIME AND HELP
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Old 02-18-2011, 09:11 PM
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i run php tunes, NOOOO BLACK SMOKE WHAT SO EVER! so i dont worry about that

heat isnt a issue, i tow all the time, mowers every weekend, skidloaders and no heat issues

the side dump is loud a he'll and has a deep sound in the cab to where you cant carry a converstion on in the cab going up a hill. the turbo sounds good.

super easy to do, took off before muffler and flex piped it out and put a tip on it.
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Old 02-18-2011, 09:12 PM
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Since your new, the caps lock is on the left.

If you like the looks of the side exit exhaust (I perdonaly don't) then go for it. I wouldn't worry about the heat on the tire/brakes, but even w/o tunes I still think you'll notice some discoloration.

By the time you pay someone to do the side exit exhaust you would easily have the price differance to and over the axle setup. Its fairly simple to do a side exit if you have access to a welder.




edit- you beat me charlie-2!
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Old 02-18-2011, 09:27 PM
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thank you fella's.....sorry about the caps
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