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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-11-2013, 02:55 AM Thread Starter
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Hey everyone I have an early 99 7.3 I use the truck for my daily driver so its a stock 4x4 ride height and everything is stock except the air filter I installed a 6637. I want to free up the exhaust as its original and I plan on putting a 7" stack in the bed. My question is should I replace the stock downpipe with a d.e. 4" dp? Is it going to be worth it to get a 4" dp to a straight pipe and a 4-5" than a 90į and straight out a single 7" stack? Or should I just chop off the muffler and tailpipe and run a 90 up.to the stack ? Its only a daily and all I want to do is get MPG's. And of coarse satisfy my cool meter for a DD
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post #2 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-11-2013, 03:53 AM
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Re: to downpipe or not

Hell I have an exhaust from down pipe to stack, all stainless I'd part ways with
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post #3 of 6 (permalink) Old 06-11-2013, 05:15 AM
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Re: to downpipe or not

Mine is a 3" dp to a 4" exhaust and it works pretty good.

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Re: to downpipe or not

Imo if you don't throw a bigger do in it you are robbing benefits of having a new exhaust, mine if 4" all the way, I've put in a 4 dp to 5" exhaust ending in dual 6" stacks and he was happy with it, the main restriction to a straight exhaust is your do, throw in the biggest one that fits.

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Ya I know I really should get a new dp just to free it up so more than likely that's what I'll do. Thanks guys
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Re: to downpipe or not

depends on how many mods you have some mostly stock (ie chip only)trucks gain torq down low with a 3.5...vs a 4

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