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Old 02-24-2008, 03:12 PM
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5inch turbo back exhaust

i know its not necessary but it sure looks cool, anyone running these? if so got any pics?
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I've got one, too dark out right now to take any pics. I love it though
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yeah i have one also and its awesome, wouldnt put anything else on it
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getting one soon! cant wait!
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Is it a true 5" turbo back or do your setups have a 4" downpipe and then 5" out. I have been eyeballing the latter setup, and will be watching this thread too. Any of you with the 5" have a gooseneck hitch? If so, did it fit ok? (The exhaust that is.)
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Mine's 4" downpipe to 5" straight. I don't think you could physically get a 5" downpipe to fit. The 4" dp is a big enough pain in the a$$ to wrestle in there.
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Old 02-24-2008, 04:15 PM
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i have same 4 inch downpipe and it is tight up there you would have to put some major whoop as s on the fire wall to get a 5 inch dp to fit
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I figured...Just checking. No goose neck hitches though?
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Old 02-24-2008, 04:29 PM
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Had 5" on my 00 f350 2wd with a gooseneck hitch. Did'nt have any clearance issues with hitch, but tailpipe would touch rearend housing with fair load in bed,(1.25 ton of feed). This bothered me, so I went back to 4". 5" was too flat of a bend where it went over rearend. 5" sure had a sweet sound though, but the 4 sounds good too.
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