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Old 01-19-2010, 06:28 PM
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Looking for an exhaust

I am probably selling my stack setup on saturday so I need to find an exhaust. I already have a down pipe so I don't need that. I would really like a 5" single side exit exhaust but can't seem to find one anywhere. Raul has a 4 " for my truck for 280 but my friend bought the same one for his truck for 220 or something like that that is the cheapest I can find anyone know where I can find a cheap setup?
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Old 01-19-2010, 06:43 PM
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home made... go grab some pipe from a local exhaust shop and start weldin'
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Old 01-19-2010, 06:43 PM
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diamond eye has 5 inch single exit exhaust, not sure on price, talk to mattp, he had a 5in exhast but i forget where he got his, i got mine from a local shop but it was only the over the axle section so it was only from about the cab back
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thats all i need i already have the down pipe in it
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I am sure you have a Semi-dealer close by or a big truck parts store. Go to any one of them and get a stick of straight pipe and a 90* elbow and a chrome tip. By far the cheapest way to go. When I got my truck I did it that way and had 125 or so in it. I just took it off and sold it to my buddy since I put the stacks in.
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I am sure you have a Semi-dealer close by or a big truck parts store. Go to any one of them and get a stick of straight pipe and a 90* elbow and a chrome tip. By far the cheapest way to go. When I got my truck I did it that way and had 125 or so in it. I just took it off and sold it to my buddy since I put the stacks in.
You got enough 5" piping to do a full system and the 90 for $125?

How did you do it without a pipe bender and what is the 90 elbow for?
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Old 01-20-2010, 01:23 PM
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thats all i need i already have the down pipe in it
i got mine from a local shop round here that actually specializes in mustangs n such, he got it from another guy round here, and i'm not sure where he got it, kind of a vicious circle
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You got enough 5" piping to do a full system and the 90 for $125?

How did you do it without a pipe bender and what is the 90 elbow for?
Before I installed the stacks I had a side exit exhaust. Exited in front of rear wheel just behind the cab so I did not need any special bends. Used the 90 so I could have it go out the side. Last time I helped a friend to an exhaust I got a 10' stick of 5" pipe from the local Freightliner parts dealer and it was around $65.
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Old 01-20-2010, 01:58 PM
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Before I installed the stacks I had a side exit exhaust. Exited in front of rear wheel just behind the cab so I did not need any special bends. Used the 90 so I could have it go out the side. Last time I helped a friend to an exhaust I got a 10' stick of 5" pipe from the local Freightliner parts dealer and it was around $65.
isnt it really hard on the wheels to have it exit before the rear tire?
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Old 01-20-2010, 06:16 PM
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it can be never had any problems had the 90 turned down just a little bit so most of the smoke hit on the ground. Glad I have the stacks now, cant wait until I can get rid of my dual stacks and run the one single
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