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Old 04-17-2008, 10:03 PM
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On my truck im running the mbrp straight pipe and love it BUT i want to stop my exaust and turn it out before the rear wheels. It seems that i need like a 45 degree or 90 degree elbow to atatch to the 4'' pipe. my question is: is there any company that makes these or do yall know whats the best way to get a piece like this?
btw its made out of t409 stainless

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Old 04-17-2008, 10:19 PM
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heres another bump for you. I know you can do it! not sure how tho.

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Any good exhaust shop should be able to bend up a 45 or 90 out of a piece of 4" straight t409 stock for you.
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thanks for replying i figured a muff shop could but didnt know if any companies made em btw any rough figures on what a muff shop would charge me?
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Ive never seen em for sale personally, but they may be out there. I guess price would depend on how long of a section you would need for your setup. But I wouldn't expect to pay much over 80 to 90 bucks as a rough guess.
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it would only be almost like a 4in long ang 4in turn but ill check it out thanks
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