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Old 09-20-2009, 04:31 PM
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What exhaust for the 310

Hey guys I sold my sct so im going spartan. I would love to do a stack but wont because I have a white horse trailer and a white cargo trailer and it will cover them with soot on my long trips. I sold my dpf delete pipe with my crapwire so im gona go with the dpf/cat pipe and a flow pro filter back. I was thinking 5'' delete pipe and filter back to help with egt's but wanted to get yalls opinion on it. Does the 5" make a diff compared to the 4"
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Old 09-20-2009, 04:39 PM
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Why not do a 4" or 5" downpipe back Flo-Pro exhaust system?
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Dunno, I went 4" full delete & magnaflow single and mine rips IMO. This is a topic best answered w/ some real dyno data.
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Why not do a 4" or 5" downpipe back Flo-Pro exhaust system?
I actually was looking at johns website and just saw that whole system. I will forsure do that instead of the delete pipe and filter back. How does your truck handle the egts with the stack.
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I have the Elite downpipe, so my EGT's are a little lower anyway. EGT's are fine though. I had 5" downpipe back before the stack. The downpipe makes about a 50 degree difference at WOT.
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Might as well run the biggest stuff possible. We are talking about MAJOR air flow when making this much power.
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Well your best bet is to run a DP to a 5" exhaust to a stack and I can see what you are saying with the horse trailer, but either way you go, your going to be covering the trailer in a cloud whether its from a stack or exhaust down by the bumper...........soooo might as well go stack, JMO
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What Julian said
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Anyone have HP/TQ numbers comparing a 4" vs 5" on the same truck? I think that's what he's asking.

And if not, then that's what I'm asking. :p
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Well your best bet is to run a DP to a 5" exhaust to a stack and I can see what you are saying with the horse trailer, but either way you go, your going to be covering the trailer in a cloud whether its from a stack or exhaust down by the bumper...........soooo might as well go stack, JMO
Thats true! I really do want to do a stack but just cant make myself do it on this truck. My cargo trailer is not that big of a deal but the horse trailer is. These dang things are pricey.
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