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i want to run a 5in exaust but have the exit b4 the rear tire to eliminate the bends in the pipe, has anyone done this and how did you go about it

my thoughts were to just add on a 5in muffler after the cat ( cat delete of corse) and put in a 5in stack or somthing along those lines. looking for more options though.

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There are a number of ways to do it. Mandrel bent slip on tubing sections, flex tubing etc. I've posted some source below that can get you where you want to go.


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well my plans for exhaust are as follows. to get a 4 in dp, right after that split it with a y pipe design and then run some tubing to either area right before the rear wheels.. should not cost to much money in materials.. and only a few hours of of labor.....

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i want to run a 5in exaust but have the exit b4 the rear tire to eliminate the bends in the pipe, has anyone done this and how did you go about it

my thoughts were to just add on a 5in muffler after the cat ( cat delete of corse) and put in a 5in stack or somthing along those lines. looking for more options though.

Yea my buddy had it like that on his PSD and he hated it. Only because it always made his right rear rim black...lol

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My cousin has his exhaust like this. He hates it due to how loud it is. Now he wants a full straight pipe 4inch exhaust.


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well my plans for exhaust are as follows. to get a 4 in dp, right after that split it with a y pipe design and then run some tubing to either area right before the rear wheels.. should not cost to much money in materials.. and only a few hours of of labor.....
You're going to just cross over under the engine or transmission or driveshaft with a 4" tube?
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I just got a flo pro 4" turbo back exhaust, no kitty, put in and you can hear my turbo come down the street. Not sure on the difference in mileage, but will know friday when I tow my trailer.
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wow this is what i did with my 4 inch turbo back


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