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Old 08-26-2006, 05:17 AM
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4" Exhaust

I have a 2001 Excursion w/a 7.3l Power Stroke. I want to go to a 4" s/s exhaust. What's a good place to buy 1 off the net? Also, what is a good manufacturer of these? I'd like to go w/out a muffler.

Please answer!! I need help!!!
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check out the sponsors section, i know several vendors have pipes, and good prices too!
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Old 08-26-2006, 05:58 AM
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Hey Thanks

I saw that section, but there are so many to choose from.

I was hoping for some preferences & why 1 is better or worse than the other.
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I'm not sure there is a easy answer to is one better than the other. The way I figure pipe is pipe, although depending on where you live you'll need to decide if you want aluminized or stainless. I REALLY like my MBRP now that I'm straight piped.
Like Brian said though, check our sponsors they'll really give you the best deal around trust me.
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Old 08-26-2006, 06:41 AM
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pm one of the vendors here....

Just send a private message to one of the vendors on this site. They can help you find what you're really after.
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I have a Banks on mine, and it fits and sounds nice. My truck gets up and boogies!!!...shocks the hell out of those guys driving their wive's BMW's...
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Mines from Warp Speed Performance. The fit was fantastic. I'm very happy with mine. I think the price was comparable with the other manufactuers out there, definately cheaper than Banks.
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Silverline Stainless, turbo back And Very Happy
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Rodslinger

I live in the south - Georgia. I guess that I can go w/galvaluminum instead of s/s. I am wanting to do this to increase mileage because the fuel is high enough it won't take too long to get a payback.

My next decision is straight or w/a muffler. Straight would lower back pressure, but make it loud.

Anyway, thanks for your input.
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Cool - I can help ya there, I've run all three ways.
I put my MBRP 4" turbo back on with the muffler and cat in place and it was "ok". I took the muffler off, left the cat on and was MUCH happier with it. It has a GREAT sound when you get on it but sounds really close to stock at idle and you don't have a highway drone. THEN I pulled the cat too and man let me tell you it's wild! It has a nice sound at idle, you hear the turbo much better but when I romp on her - it's INSANE! I actually had a guy in a PSD chase me down the other day to ask what I'd done to my rig. I left a light going under an over pass and I got on her - he was a few cars behind me and heard me. We actually pulled over to BS and said he heard this awesome sound and was trying to figure out what vehicle it was when he saw my PSD take off - so he had to catch up to see what I had. It was cool - I actually saw him coming in my rear view and kinda knew what was up and I'm always trying to recruit new members on the road.

ANYWAY - sorry I can be long winded sometimes -
As far as fuel economy goes I really can't speak to that, I honestly don't pay much attention to it anymore. We're all gonna pay one way or the other and I'm not gonna drive a Honda.
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