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I'll need to see dyno results that the "true duals" outperform a single or SIDO aftermarket exhaust. You would have to route the true duals down one side of the truck which defeats the purpose of true duals IMO. I have true duals on my 74' but one pipe is routed down each side of the frame without anything getting in the way. This way each pipe is almost exactly the same length.
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