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Old 05-25-2012, 09:42 AM
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dual exaust

im looking to do dual exaust not stacks ive seen some on the superdutys but wanna know what they would look like on the old school powerstrokes
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Old 05-29-2012, 06:25 AM
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I can get you a pic later, I don't think I have any good ones right now except on my cell phone.
Diamond Eye makes the only kit available for the OBS and the install can be a bit of a beotch, just FYI.
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Old 05-29-2012, 06:30 AM
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Not to threadjack but I always thought it was impossible to do a "true dual" exhaust on a diesel because of the turbo?
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ive got duals on mine but its a dually and they come out right behind the dually fenders so you cant see both at the same time. i love them
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Not to threadjack but I always thought it was impossible to do a "true dual" exhaust on a diesel because of the turbo?
I knew someone would say it..... we are just refering to dual exit exhaust.

And that isnt true that diesels can have "ture duals" as if u run parallel twin turbos u can have dual exhaust
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Ahh gotcha. So basically youd have to have seperated twin turbos. Or a non turbo lol
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yup....
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Old 05-30-2012, 05:38 AM
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The diamond eye kit comes very complete unlike some other brands that say they are complete and you can find a good deal on ebay for duals. But as said before its a pain i have duals on my 96 and i helped a buddy put a set on his 12v. they dont sit very even so i had a new tail pipe bent for the drivers side to make it look right. I dont know if anyone else had this problem but the pipes that connect to the y-pipe and go over the axle were not bent that well for me it pointed my drivers side tail pipe up 15 degrees, even after getting a pipe made to get the pipes to look even and come out at the same angle the drivers side pipe is to close to the leaf spring so i still have some cutting and rewelding to do on the exhaust to make it the way it should have been made the first time, lol

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The diamond eye kit comes very complete unlike some other brands that say they are complete and you can find a good deal on ebay for duals. But as said before its a pain i have duals on my 96 and i helped a buddy put a set on his 12v. they dont sit very even so i had a new tail pipe bent for the drivers side to make it look right. I dont know if anyone else had this problem but the pipes that connect to the y-pipe and go over the axle were not bent that well for me it pointed my drivers side tail pipe up 15 degrees, even after getting a pipe made to get the pipes to look even and come out at the same angle the drivers side pipe is to close to the leaf spring so i still have some cutting and rewelding to do on the exhaust to make it the way it should have been made the first time, lol

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I spent FOREVER tweaking the angles on the pipes to get them to come out the way they should. What bugs me more than anything is not being able to run the spare tire in the stock location... still hoping to find a way around that.
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95 exhaust needed

I need to replace exhaust in my 95 CCLB and also find a spare tire. I was thinking about dual exhaust love the way they look and sound but I am find with a single if all these issues exist trying to make it look right. Has anyone made a new kit that looks / works out better since 2012 when this was posted? Thanks
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