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Side exit exhaust in front of pass. rear tire...

Is there a company that makes a side exit exhaust in front of passger rear tire? I have stock exhaust for now but I was going to put a 4" banks power elbow stainless down pipe to a side exit in front of the rear tire, and just buy the 304 stainless and make it myself and have a muffler shop weld it up. I can't seem to find a company that makes this exhaust as a kit...

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If you buy the downpipe all you need is the straight sections, a 90, some rod to make the hangars out of, clamps, and your tip.

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The side exit is a cool effect and looks great but keep in mind all that exhaust heat is exiting right in front of your tire increasing the temperature of the tire causing it to wear and degrade faster. We ran side exit on our class 8 off-road truck but we only got one race out of the tires. But I did notice there would be more wear on that side even with the rear end locked up. Like dumping in front of the diff increases rear end temp. Heat is the enemy of most things.


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It looks cool, but it turns that wheel black faster, especially if you're tuned. I think it looks really good, and was gonna do it to my truck, but I talked myself out of it for that reason.

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Is a do it your self job, far as I know there isnt a company that makes them. As said above if your tuned be prepaired to clean the soot off the rim on a regular basis, also it can be pretty loud to if it doesnt come out to the edge of the box. Mine had a nice crack with my 5in side dump.

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dont buy the banks power elbow and exhaust.
huge waste of money.

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I have mine cut out to dump in front if my rear tire. but i haven't seen any issues that there talking about yet. But i also don't have a tip, and i run the php hydra chip, but always keep it on economy mode. so i don't blow any black smoke at all.

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