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Anyone have any good layout plans for a dual exhaust?
i don't want the conventional dual though, I am hoping to have the exhaust exit right behind the driver and passenger door.
i'm replacing all of the exhaust pipe, minus the exhaust manifold and just wanted to know if anyone else happened to have a layout like this, or similar to this.
BTW, it's not a 4X4, and it has the 2bbl 351W
well, how about straight pipes to where you want em? or you could do a X-pipe or even a H pipe... are you needing to pass inspection? how about noise, can it be loud and not cause you issues? IE exiting so close to teh cab means very loud inside the cab....
85 F-150 Flairside 2wd 300 I6 T-18 4 speed granny low
-hooker headers -offenhauser DP -490 carb 79 Corvette, 350, Automatic, 4.11 gears TAKE THAT DAMN TOWEL OFF YOUR HEAD
Have each side cross to the outside of the frame just behind the radius arm bushings. Then run it along the outsides of the frame to where you want it and dump it or point it out the side. You will have plenty of room for a muffler/glasspack/cats if you want any...but I dont recommend them
1993 F-250 HD XLT Lariat SC 4X4 7.3/5spd ATS WG turbo @ 12psi, 3" DP 4" straight exhaust, 5" stacks, Hypermax cowl induction with inline filter, IP up 3 flats, DPS stage 1 injectors, GPR LED mod, SMF conversion, coolant filter, catch can, Pyro/Boost gauges.
1986 F-250HD XLT Lariat 4X4 6.9/T19, soup bowl mod, straight pipe.
Hittman-Since I live in Nebraska, I don't need to pass any inspections, and I am not too concerned about the sound, i have a good enough sound system to kill off some of the interior noises.
Sycostang- I was thinking the same thing, I like the the layout of the stock passenger side, I am going to dry and make it look like that, but the driver side is going to be different, the gas tank gets in the way of where my muffler would be.
Having the exhaust pipe come under the frame shouldn't cause any clearance problems, should it? (it's either going to be a 2 1/4" or 2 1/2" pipe)
I don't want it to exit any where near the back of my truck, I would like for them to be right up behind the cab, it's more unique, that and it costs less to have them dump behind the cab rather than the wheels. Less exhaust pipe is needed
I want one pipe on each side of the cab, one from each exhaust manifold.
there is alot of room under there for muffler placement.my mufflers are pretty much under the cab and brought the pipes to exit just before the rear tires.it is also quiet in the cab while crusing,can leave the radio on low and talk with passengers.
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