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Old 09-07-2009, 09:05 PM
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debating dual exhaust or single 5 inch? whats your opinion

Banks dual exhaust? or 5 inch exhaust? straightpiped of course no muffler

Also im getting ready to buy a dpf delete pipe. is there any way to go true 4 inch witout ever elbowing down to smaller size.
Say i where to get a banks dual exhaust. it will neck down to dpf size wont it? will i have to cut and weld where it necks down or how does it all go?
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Why don't you get a full downpipe back 5" exhaust or 4" downpipe back duals? Flo-Pro makes them...That way you dont have to worry about the reducer or anything
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i like the way banks dueal exhaust comes out with their tips etc. also i can get a banks dual exhaust setup for 500 shipped brand new
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i like the way banks dueal exhaust comes out with their tips etc. also i can get a banks dual exhaust setup for 500 shipped brand new
This may be true, but you can get a Flo-Pro downpipe back full exhaust for cheaper than that. With the Banks, you have to add a delete pipe which will cost you more money Just trying to help you out man. But if you like the Banks, then go for the Banks. They are great quality exhaust
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i thought the banks exhausts where dpf back with no muffler??
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i thought the banks exhausts where dpf back with no muffler??
You can get them with or without a muffler. I thought you were wanting to do this with a delete pipe. I understand that it is a DPF back exhaust, but assumed you were going to use them with a DPF/DOC delete pipe
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i want no restrictions in the exhaust. i will delete the dpf/doc etc. i just really want the banks dual exhaust
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Ok, so you get a 4" DPF/DOC delete pipe, and then buy the 4" Banks dual exhaust that your looking at. Easy as that....
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wont it next down to like 3.5 somewhere.. or even if it does will it affect anything?
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wont it next down to like 3.5 somewhere.. or even if it does will it affect anything?
It will have a reducer with the Banks kit. It will not be able to be used with a 4" delete pipe. You would have to bolt the 4" part of the Banks exhaust straight up to the 4" delete pipe. That is the way my 5" Magnaflow worked with my 5" DPF/DOC delete pipe. I dont have that setup anymore though.

The only way the reducer would be used is if you got a 3.5" DPF/DOC delete pipe...
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