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Old 02-15-2008, 03:40 AM
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Exhaust exit?

What are some different ways to exit the exhaust?I wanted to hear what it sounded like straight pipe so for now its cut off 4' behind cat.
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Old 02-15-2008, 06:38 AM
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i had mine exit in front of the rear tire, i liked it, sounded great but started to get loud in the cab and blacked up the tire, so now its out the back
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Yep, currently have the in front of the tire side dump...

4inch turbo back... 1 45* bend... and dumped through a 5inch tip...

Not loud in the cab at all...maybe the difference between s/d and obs?

Chase
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Old 02-15-2008, 07:56 AM
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I like it when they cut a hole in the hood and have about 16” of pipe sticking out straight off the turbo!
Be sure you get rid of the cat, I have seen several trucks where they kept the factory exhaust and just cut out the muffler and cat and welded a pipe back in their places. The muffler shop here charges around $75 parts and all to do that and it sounds real nice plus it drops egts pretty good, near 200 degrees on my buddies 01.
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Both of my trucks [95 F350 CC 4x4 and 94 Lightning] dump out in front of the rear tire.
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mine is behind the rear tire
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Mine is out behind the rear tire, but instead of at a 90 degree angle, it comes out at a 45. That way I can still smoke out peds. and I don't have to listen to the droan of the straight pipe against building and such.
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Old 02-16-2008, 08:45 AM
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AlabamaFrog, thats a great way to go, especially on a budget. I`m istalling cat and muff delete pipes instead of welding in case I want to change it or I need for insp. etc. I travel out west and some of those states like CO. and CA. are very strict when they hear a loud exaust. Have a good one.
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I gutted my cat the other day and just put it back on,they don't check here,got more whistle not much louder though.I still need new dp,waiting on some duckies!(money).I had a guy that does exhaust work try to buy what I got out the cat for 20 bucks,but he's a crook so it must be worth alot more.
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Old 02-17-2008, 04:21 AM
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I gutted my cat the other day and just put it back on,they don't check here,got more whistle not much louder though.I still need new dp,waiting on some duckies!(money).I had a guy that does exhaust work try to buy what I got out the cat for 20 bucks,but he's a crook so it must be worth alot more.
Just curious....why didn't you just replace it with a straight pipe and sell it to someone in California or wherever they have to have them?

Actually, I've never seen a cat on a Superduty but I believe they exist....just not with the thugs I hang with......
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