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If you have a straight exhaust, it probably already has an aftermarket round downpipe.
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I have the DiamondEye 4" aluminum exhaust system on my truck. I wanted stainless steel, but that's a different story. Downpipe goes into OEM catalytic converter, then 4" pipe through the DE 4" muffler, and 4" tailpipe exiting at the stock location behind the rear wheel.
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If you have a straight exhaust, it probably already has an aftermarket round downpipe.
Nope, no after market downpipe. Still the oem oblong pipe.
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I have the DiamondEye 4" aluminum exhaust system on my truck. I wanted stainless steel, but that's a different story. Downpipe goes into OEM catalytic converter, then 4" pipe through the DE 4" muffler, and 4" tailpipe exiting at the stock location behind the rear wheel.
Im keeping it straight piped just getting a bigger pipe. 3" turbo downpipe going into a 4" out the back maybe with a tip.
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Nope, no after market downpipe. Still the oem oblong pipe.
Another entry for "previous owners do the darnedest (dumbest) things". Straight piping the exhaust behind the OEM flatsy downpipe probably netted them ZERO performance gain. That money would have been better spent on the downpipe, leaving the rest of the exhaust stock.
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well yeah and then the guy used a 3" pipe. he went even smaller than stock!!! idiot.
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