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Old 09-14-2009, 07:47 PM
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exhaust straight pipe

does anyone know what nys laws require for the exhaust system on a 97. F250? I don't have a cat, and I would like to get rid of my muffler if I can.


also what does straight piping include? do I need to cut the pipe befor it goes over the rear axle or are the bends in the pipe not restrictive.


I plan on doing a 3in down pipe in the near future.
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Old 09-15-2009, 04:14 AM
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Well, your best bet is to contact either your DMV (department of motor vehicles) or maybe a few "reputible" shops that do smog/ exhaust work. If they're honest, they should be able to tell you what the laws are.

As for straight piping. It's a general term really. It refers to not having a cat or a muffler. Essentially, an uninhibited, free flowing exhaust straight from the turbo back.

mike
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