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post #1 of 4 Old 11-30-2008, 04:59 PM Thread Starter
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5in exhaust ?

Anyone running a 5in straight pipe and a 4in downpipe? How do you like it?
and any problems with it?

2003 Ford F350 Crewcab 7.3 Powerstroke
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37x13.50x20 Toyo Open Country M/T
20in. Moto Metal 951's
2 12" Kicker subs
Hifonics amps
Kenwood in-dash
4in. down pipe with 5in.exhaust with 6in. tip.
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2005 front end
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I have this setup on my truck with no cat no muffler, and would definately recommed it. It sounds unreal and also lowers egt's
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I have that setup. The only drawback is the ungodly drone under load (pulling my travel trailer) at hwy speeds above 72 or there about. I would still do it again without a doubt. Sounds like you pissed off satan when i take off hard. I get comments all the time. When I first start it in the morning it wakes the neighbors.

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I have a 4" down pipe, 5" cat delete and full flow muffler with a 6" tip. It has a great sound, I didn't think the drone was loud when pulling my 24' ski boat. The down pipe needed a little convincing but its there. If you go with this set make sure you loosely fit all the pipes before wrenching them down for good. The clearence on the down pipe to the tranny is close.

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