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Old 09-23-2007, 01:50 PM
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2,3inch body lift to fit 4 inch downpipe yes no?

would that work and how benificial would it be in the long run after i get all the goodies.

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Old 09-23-2007, 01:52 PM
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hey bud you might want to post up some info on your rig so that we can give you a better answer....

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right right 96 250 4x4 single cab.
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body lifts suck, probably the one of the worst things you could do to a truck in my opinion. As for the down pipe, that will help flow your exhaust better....
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but can i fit a 4 inch without the lift i dont like the body lifts either i thought that would be the only way to put the downpipe in there
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You won't get it in there without serious modifications to the firewall. The body lift will help. Are you planning on making your own pipe? How much power are you looking to make?
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Are you planning on making your own pipe? How much power are you looking to make?


Are you planning on making your own pipe? most likely havent found someone yet to make it for my year truck

How much power are you looking to make? as much as i can afford haha. injectors turbo the whole 9 yards
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i would just buy a 3.5" down pipe... or which ever size will fit in there without lifting the cab. I have a true full 4" downpipe on my 99 superduty and i had to hammer the very top of the pipe so it wouldnt rub on the head of the engine on the passengers side. I would just buy a DP that will fit without major modification i.e. a body lift
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yeah i think i will go with the 3 inch downpipe to much work so little time thanks for the info
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3.5" dp to 4" pipe is PLENTY.

Dockboy made over 700 RWHP on a 3.5" dp....
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