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Old 06-30-2008, 08:01 PM
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Dual Exhuast

Well I thought about getting some stacks for my truck but after some thought ive decided to go with duals. Any one have any pics of the duals on you truck. If so lets see em...

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Old 06-30-2008, 08:11 PM
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Just curious, why dont you want to go with the stacks? I keep telling myself I need to switch back to an exhaust system that is a little less obvious that it is modified(I keep getting pulled over for them) But I just dont want my truck to look like every other truck out here with dual exhaust.
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Old 06-30-2008, 08:12 PM
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you get pulled over for stacks??

what do they say?
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Old 06-30-2008, 08:19 PM
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"Modified exhaust" I asked one of state cop friends about it, and sure enough, it is illegal in MA to make any modification to the emissions, or muffler system, if the intention is to make it louder.....how they determine that, I dont know. Ive only ever received warnings for it saying if it happens again im going to get a ticket....Fortunately that hasnt happened yet.
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"Modified exhaust" I asked one of state cop friends about it, and sure enough, it is illegal in MA to make any modification to the emissions, or muffler system, if the intention is to make it louder.....how they determine that, I dont know. Ive only ever received warnings for it saying if it happens again im going to get a ticket....Fortunately that hasnt happened yet.
LAME......
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In Texas it's illegal to modify the exhaust as well, I don't think they enforce it very often. At least on diesel vehicles. We only have a safety inspection at this time.
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Yea When I bought my truck in January, it was only a safety inspection, but it is due for an emissions test every other year...So Ima have to put some other kind of exhaust on it for inspection...

One other thing, if you get a dual exhaust make sure you put in on right, I cant stand the look of a truck hitting bumps and both tips bouncing around....Looks cheap.
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Old 06-30-2008, 08:32 PM
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hm strange.
i want stacks but i mean if someone has had a fix-it ticket i dont know anymore!

eh to hell with it. ill just do them anyway
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Iono the stacks appeal better to me on a drw truck then mine. Iono exactly what im going to do as of right now but I just like the duals angled out behind the wheels with big 6" tips
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IMO dual exhaust out the back is a gasser thing, for diesels I like either Single or Stacks
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