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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-28-2009, 10:28 PM Thread Starter
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4" or 5" exhaust?

My 4" exhaust has cancer and the cancer is beginning to win. Will lose or gain anything going to a 5" system or will it just sound different. Also looking for suggestions and vendors with best prices.

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 08-28-2009, 11:05 PM
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Re: 4" or 5" exhaust?

if im not mistaken there is no difference in HP.. but the sound of 5" is pretty sweet to... i have 4" DP with 5" all the way back and no muffler or cat... i would go with 5".... got mine off ebay MKO POWER and installed myself...

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Re: 4" or 5" exhaust?

I have 5" as well. It is a different tone than 4". I like it.
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Re: 4" or 5" exhaust?

go for the 5in I have a 4in down pipe and 5 straight back with a 6in tip you can get it off ebay for like 340 w/o a tip

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Re: 4" or 5" exhaust?

Same here, 4" dp and 5" straight out the back, sounds great! paid 350 from my local diesel shop, put it on my self. it was a new company called xbandit. No chrome tip, more of a "sleeper" look.

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Re: 4" or 5" exhaust?

4" is all you really need, but 5" does look and sound great. We have several kits to choose from in both sizes from budget systems all the way up to T304 show kits. If you have any questions, feel free to contact me.
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Re: 4" or 5" exhaust?

I would look into the budget kit Performance Truck sells. I have one on my truck and you can't beat the price and it works awesome. There is no benefit going to 5" at all, except for looks and sound.

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