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Old 05-17-2013, 08:05 AM
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Dual exhaust after turbo?

I seen a diesel running around my hometown with dual exhaust but, it was a none turbo idi. Anybody else ever do this with a turbo? What does it sound like?
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The duals for turbo trucks split under the bed I believe. I think it's mainly an aesthetic look, can't tell much of a difference with one and it's not really for performance since they're a single exit off of the turbo.


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There are a number of makers of a "dual" exhaust system. Personally I like the sound of the Banks setup best.


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Old 05-17-2013, 08:22 AM
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Do you think it sounds better than single? Like dual 3 inch or 4 inch.
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Old 05-17-2013, 08:26 AM
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From outside the truck, no. Inside the truck, yes. Probably because you now have an exhaust outlet on the drivers side so it seems louder.


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Does it really change the sound at all or would it be a waste of money for sound
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Dual exhaust is pointless...its not even true dual.
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Old 05-17-2013, 11:21 AM
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Of coarse it's pointless but a lot of guys like the look. Louder, no, just seems loader cause we're use to the exhaust sound on the opposite side of the truck. Think there's better things to spend your money on.


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Think there's better things to spend your money on.


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definitely, like diesel fuel.
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I have diamond eye duals on mine. Mostly for aesthetic reasons. I like the look of duals more than a single. Still need to bring the right side up slightly.

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