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post #1 of 13 Old 03-27-2012, 08:44 PM Thread Starter
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Hey guys I am new to this so please dont give me ****. I am looking in what type of exhaust to get and where to get it. I dont want to go over a 500 limit.
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Go with a turbo back exhaust. 4" is all you really need, but if you want it to be a little louder and throatier get a 5". Both kits will come with a 4" down pipe and then either stay 4" or expand to 5". You can also get a straight pipe or with a muffler. Again thats all on personal preference if you want it to be loud or quiet.

Theres a lot of websites that you can get both set ups in both sizes for under 400 bucks. It starts getting pricey when your looking at MRBP and name brands. Look into Diamond eye. They're cheap and work great. I just ordered my 5" turbo back exhaust no muffler for $275 from RolLin Smoke Diesel.

Just shop around and see what you find. A lot of people go with the 4" exhaust but a lot also say they should have gone 5". But there is no difference in either until you start running high HP numbers or tow a lot, the 5" will keep the EGTs down a little bit.

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Is the exhaust stainless steel or aluminum?
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Check Ebay. I got my aluminized 4" MBRP with muffler for $298 shipped and a double wall stainless 5" MBRP tip for another $50. You can get the full stainless setup but its going to be closer to $600.

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doesnt aluminum rust easier?
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It is aluminuzed. But on all my other cars I've always ran aluminuzed exhaust and never had any problems with it. I live on the coast so it sees plenty of salt water

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I ordered my MBRP off ebay and with tip, spent about $300. If you're leery about Ebay, you can always order from Gus at Farmboy's diesel. I used his on my 01. Very good product. Just tell him your from the ORG and he can probably make you a deal on a combo exhaust/Tip for better than what he has listed.

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I'm ordering the MBRP 4" turbo back from Xtreamdiesel.com for $285 plus an additional 10% off and free shipping. I've been shopping around and this is the best deal I can find on one I want.
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It is aluminuzed. But on all my other cars I've always ran aluminuzed exhaust and never had any problems with it. I live on the coast so it sees plenty of salt water
lol, there's plenty of salt water if you literally drive in the ocean Never seen any rusty coastal cars or trucks...
If you want salt come live here for a winter, it's disgusting! Rust starts eating cars right off the lot

I'm off topic...I love my MBRP 4", but often wish I had the 5", for a deeper tone. I would get Stainless, but that's me.

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A cheap straight pipe option is to buy a muffler delete pipe and a cat delete pipe.
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