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Old 10-23-2008, 05:03 PM
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where can i buy 5in dual straight pipe exhaust? no cats or muffler.
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From almost anyone selling exhausts..
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PM farmboydiesel (a member here) I hear he's got some great budget exhaust kits. Can give you pretty much anything you want.
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I thought 5 inch straight piped exhaust for a 6.0 was too big...
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I thought 5 inch straight piped exhaust for a 6.0 was too big...
Not really to big, as much as just not needed.

It won't hurt anything (well maybe slightly reduce low end power, depends who you talk to), and will give a deeper exhaust note.
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Old 10-24-2008, 08:53 AM
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I thought 5 inch straight piped exhaust for a 6.0 was too big...
Not needed, But not to big, 3.5" is plenty under 450H.P or so.
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I thought 5 inch straight piped exhaust for a 6.0 was too big...
5 Inch is too big for a down pipe, thats why most come witha 4 inch down pipe. I have mine a Flo Pro set up that is pretty much a straight pipe. The muffler is a full flow type, where you can see straight throw it. It has some baffels but they don't much of any thing.

I love the sound! Most of the time I forget that I have radio, just listen to the wistle or roar while passing grandma.
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yeah, I have stock down pipe/cat delete pipe/ then custom 3.5" duals to 5inch tips. I noticed a huge low end power loss, but once the turbo kicks in, it throws you in the back seat...
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