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Old 03-31-2012, 08:01 AM
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I want a dual 5" exhaust system and I can't seem to find one. I know mbrp and banks make a 4"dual system but I'd really like to get the sound a 5" system makes. Anyone know of one out there?

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Maybe flopro
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Just checked their website and I didn't see anything. Maybe it isn't possible to make one??
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Why wouldn't it be? Mainly just not a demand I think.
You can get a Y pipe to split it into duals, then might have to piece it together for the driver side.
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I emailed MBRP about this and they stated they have tried several times to engineer it but there was not room under the truck to route the duals in a 5" size
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I have been looking for the same thing. No joy.
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I figured the reason it wasn't in production was a clearance issue

Oh well. What do y'all think the best 4" dual system is? Anyone have any videos or sound clips?
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We engineer our kits to work with vehicles at stock height and with the factory spare in place. Neither of these are possible with a dual 5" setup and therefore we will not manufacture them. The kits would be substantially more expensive than a 4" dual kit as well. Something the market wouldn't bare.
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Old 04-04-2012, 07:49 PM
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Is there any way y'all could make one for a lifted truck with the spare tire removed? Or would that be out of the question?
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Originally Posted by barobbin View Post
Is there any way y'all could make one for a lifted truck with the spare tire removed? Or would that be out of the question?
There is a 5" dual setup for sale on here. It's for a 6.0 though. Custom made seems to be the only way.

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