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post #1 of 13 Old 02-28-2009, 03:17 PM Thread Starter
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homemade 4" exhaust

Has anyone made a 4" homemade straight pipe? I was talking to a cummins guy did his own 4" exhaust on his dodge and it cost $100 from Napa.

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well mine cost about $150
down pipe $90.
straight pipe $60.
stack free from work

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The whole exhaust or just the muff cat delete?

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the whole exhaust system. it took me about 2 hours to install with a buddies hand.
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they had a recall on those exhaust stacks so i kept them all and have a couple thought about stacks but NO.
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Thats a good price to pay for an exhaust.

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well mine cost about $150
down pipe $90.
straight pipe $60.
stack free from work

That is a sweet set up! Where did you get the down pipe from? and what does that sound like with no muff and exiting under the truck?

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the truck sounds great had to dent the fir wall in a little it was rubbing. my turbo whistles alot more and deeper. i would recommend it for sure. im soon to put a WW on but it on backorder.
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the truck sounds great had to dent the fir wall in a little it was rubbing. my turbo whistles alot more and deeper. i would recommend it for sure. im soon to put a WW on but it on backorder.
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i would save the $$$ i did the diy and it sounded like crap. mbrp 4" kit is the way to go.i took the diy off and installed the mbrp


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