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post #1 of 13 (permalink) Old 01-06-2010, 06:45 PM Thread Starter
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HELLP!! With Exhaust

I have been messing around with the idea of a new exhaust. My main reason for switching was i was thinking mayb better sound/turbo spooling. Should i keep my 6 inch stacks or should i go with a 5 inch single exit. What do you guys think?

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well I'd say you already have your mind made up for you with more than likely a 4 inch in diameter hole in your bed your better off just keeping the stacks plus the only diffrence in sound would be because its further away from you so you really may be the only one thats affected by the sound. As for the spooling i dont know how it could differ unless you changed the size of the DP but if not then to the best of my knowledge, no.

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I have been messing around with the idea of a new exhaust. My main reason for switching was i was thinking mayb better sound/turbo spooling. Should i keep my 6 inch stacks or should i go with a 5 inch single exit. What do you guys think?
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Re: HELLP!! With Exhaust

4in down pipe and 5 in straight out the back exiting in the stock location behind the wheel with a 6in tip.

it does sound mean and the drone is not bad at times and sounds really cool.

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Re: HELLP!! With Exhaust

keep the stacks, im sure you already have but eliminate your muff and cat, you could also buy the wicked wheel.

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4in down pipe and 5 in straight out the back exiting in the stock location behind the wheel with a 6in tip.

it does sound mean and the drone is not bad at times and sounds really cool.
haulin99, where did u get a 6 inch tip with a 5 inch input? I have had a hard time finding one espically for a 5 inch input.

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Re: HELLP!! With Exhaust

Try Complete Performance i know they have a bunch of tips

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i couldnt find a 6in tip with a 5in input were i got the stuff, i had to mod the tip to fit, and it came out nice i might add. havine some BIG pipe expander's comes in handy.

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Well I have a Silverline 4" turbo back stright pipe dumped in front of the rear wheel and love it. The only reason i didnt go with stacks is that CA just passed the smog deal where i gotta get smogged in 2011.....but the sound of the 4" is great with the turbo and all...
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Welcome to the site ruger.
I have heard the silverlines fit well,iirc beans stocks them.

Do you have a lot of soot on the wheel or rims with it dumping infront.
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