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post #1 of 36 Old 01-04-2012, 06:04 PM Thread Starter
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4" turbo back straight pipe

im thinking about doing the mbrp straight pipe, i just want to free up the flow a bit not looking for big performance or anything like that. the cheapest price i found was about 260 through 4 wheel parts. what should i do?
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Another option is to do what I am about to do and that is to buy a Catalytic Converter delete pipe and a Muffler Delete pipe for your stock 3.5" exhaust. I got the two pipes plus shipping for 150.00. By installing these two pipes you turn your stock pipes into straight pipes.

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The full 4" is a nice kit. Fits good and easy to install. Plus you get a bigger down pipe than factory. Helps with exhaust temps a little. You can't go wrong for $260

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Another option is to do what I am about to do and that is to buy a Catalytic Converter delete pipe and a Muffler Delete pipe for your stock 3.5" exhaust. I got the two pipes plus shipping for 150.00. By installing these two pipes you turn your stock pipes into straight pipes.
you know i considered that but like novemberdelta said for 260 you cant go wrong and you get a bigger down pipe, one thing im looking to do is keep temps cool to extend parts life.
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well i talked to 4 wheel parts and they wouldnt sell me one cause im in california (not for much longer) so i went through performancetruckproducts.com and got it for 235 shipped! and now i wait, i hate waiting.....
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I have that same exhaut on my truck... I love it....used a saws all to remove the stock one... took me and a buddy an hr to remove and install new one.... worse part was getting stock down pipe off the turbo

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well im keeping the stock exhaust for those just in case situations so no cutting for me, just wrestleing
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If you don't cut the down pipe, you have to take off the transmission crossmember.

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well i think i can deal with cutting the down pipe
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