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Obs exhaust??

I've heard multiple exhausts for these trucks, but I can't find a Banks monster exhaust sound clip. Does anybody have audio and/or video clips of this exhaust? Before I spend the money, I want to hear what it sounds like on these trucks.
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I've heard multiple exhausts for these trucks, but I can't find a Banks monster exhaust sound clip. Does anybody have audio and/or video clips of this exhaust? Before I spend the money, I want to hear what it sounds like on these trucks.
Why would you buy anything Banks?

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dont waste your money on a banks exhaust, get a budget straight pipe exhaust from raul or farmboys diesel, you will be much happier

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Everyone always ends up taking off the muffler anyway. Check some local exhaust shops out too if you cant make it yourself. I made all of mine myself, got about 40 bucks into my 5" stack.

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There all going to sound the same. they all are a long section of usually 4" pipe with a bend for the axle and a curve to shoot out the side.

Ive got put a stainless 4" exhaust and put a straight pipe where the muffler was. And also have 3" downpipe.



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I will second the checking with farmboysdiesel

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This may be a stupid question, but what does OBS mean? I own a 97 f350 CC LWB SRW 4x2 with 236,000 miles. Had transmission put in by ford @ 191,000 and all stock except for k&n air filter. Not really looking for more power, but a few mods won't hurt. Where do I start??? Also have considered getting rid of it to get newer truck, but it's a really nice truck.
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This may be a stupid question, but what does OBS mean? I own a 97 f350 CC LWB SRW 4x2 with 236,000 miles. Had transmission put in by ford @ 191,000 and all stock except for k&n air filter. Not really looking for more power, but a few mods won't hurt. Where do I start??? Also have considered getting rid of it to get newer truck, but it's a really nice truck.
OBS= Old body style. 97's and under.

A 3" downpipe is a good investemnt. Your stock one is a weird crushed restricive tube. Also boosts milage and adds a few extra horses. Bolts right upto turbo and to your stock exhaust or aftermarket exhaust. About $130 shipped on ebay.

Shim the Fuel pump regulator, IDM resistor mod, 10k resistor mod, all free mods that add power but dont decrease milage in the truck.

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