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Old 10-01-2012, 06:51 PM   #1
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Default What do you think? Exhaust.

I just mocked up my exhaust and i wasn't wanting some input on tip I'm thinking of using. Any advice would be great.

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Old 10-01-2012, 07:17 PM   #2
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I would get a slash cut 3 inch.
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I would get a slash cut 3 inch.
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It definitely needs to be slant cut if you're going t run it out at an angle.
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Just moved my exhaust from their to dumped over rear axle. Much more quiet in the cab now
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I have slash cut 3.5" before the rear tire on my truck now, but I will be moving the muffler and tips to the rear of the truck. I''m getting rid of the spare and putting the muffler in its place with a dual outlets on each side like the raptor.
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I have slash cut 3.5" before the rear tire on my truck now, but I will be moving the muffler and tips to the rear of the truck. I''m getting rid of the spare and putting the muffler in its place with a dual outlets on each side like the raptor.
That'll be awesome
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That'll be awesome
By moving the muffler as far away from the cab it helps reduce drone, and eliminate the majority of the noise form the cab.
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By moving the muffler as far away from the cab it helps reduce drone, and eliminate the majority of the noise form the cab.
I figured that's what you were getting at by putting the mufflers way back there.. and it'll sound even better anyways.
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I think true duals looks better... and saves alot of headaches on long trips and steep inclines !
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