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Old 11-15-2007, 08:37 AM
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So I originally started out with just a 90 turnout and 4 inch tip coming off my factory pipe after I cut off the stock muffler/tailpipe. Yesterday for noise reduction I added in a 3.5" MBRP muffler. Looks pretty good now. Only thing I need to do now is do the cat delete and then get the MBRP 3.5" downpipe. Then my exhaust will be complete. How do y'all like what I did? Gives it kinda the supertruck look, sorta. I wish I could find a 3.5" o.d. Rectangular tip to make it look more like a lightning exhaust. Anyone know if they make one that big? Should I be worried about the tire getting heated up while on the road? Lightning owners don't seem to have a problem, and the outlet on theirs is even closer to the tire. I pulled over and felt the tire after a few miles at higher speed and didn't feel any abnormal heat. Anyway here's pics:

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Old 11-15-2007, 08:46 AM
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copy cat! haha looks good I did the same thing with my exhaust right after I got my truck but no muff and gutted kitty I ended up painting mine gloss black with engine paint
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