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45 degree angle 7 26.92%
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Old 06-01-2005, 09:50 AM   #1
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which do you think looks better?

Okay sometime this month i'll be getting my exhaust redone. I'm about a 60/40 split right now on which i prefer. Strait out the back or at a 45 degree angle. Here's some pics of the 2. Let me know what you think looks better.

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Straight out of the back....


and whos pimp mailbox is that????
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I prefer the straight out the back between the two. But I would prefer the 90 degree behind the wheel over the 45 Degree on a truck
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i would say 45 degree angle. i think it looks a little better on trucks anyway.
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i would say 45 degree angle. i think it looks a little better on trucks anyway.
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I dont like either, dont like exhaust that you can see the tips where they are welded on. Looks odd having the tips out the back or angled on the side.... not sure what I would do with a truck.
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on a ranger? straight out the back
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Old 06-02-2005, 07:04 PM   #8
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45's. If it's done right, it'll look sweet.
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I got one word........ stacks.
Yea if he was a turbo diesel that might work.

I say go with the 45 degree bends, but make sure they tuck up nice. I hate when the exhaust just kinda sits there in mid air on trucks sometimes.
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on a truck, no pipes.

chop the exhaust at the muffler and put downtubes. my buddy has that on his sierra and he had pipes when he first got it, sounded alright. then we chopped them off and tacked on downtubes, sounds hella better. thats on a 5.7 though.
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make it so the exhaust goes inside the car.
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make it so the exhaust goes inside the car.
or straight out the back
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make it so the exhaust goes inside the car.
as long as you dont sit still for like an hour, lol. I never had problems like that when I had dumps on the 90.
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I like straight out the back, but they should be wider. not so close to the center.
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straight out the back looks better but... I think the pipes need to spread out further, I think it will look meaner.
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straight out the back, i agree. my ranger is like that and i have them as far to each side as possible since whenever I dont feel like being lazy I can put my hitch on it. when i get home later Ill take a pic
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straight out the back, i agree. my ranger is like that and i have them as far to each side as possible since whenever I dont feel like being lazy I can put my hitch on it. when i get home later Ill take a pic
cool i'd appreciate it then i can print it off so I have something to show them when I go get it done.
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straight out the back, imo it just looks alot better
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well I couldnt get the pics tonight, helped tbird with his fuel pump then had to run some errands before I goto carlisle tomm. sometime sunday Ill have them, along with pics of stuff I bought
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well I couldnt get the pics tonight, helped tbird with his fuel pump then had to run some errands before I goto carlisle tomm. sometime sunday Ill have them, along with pics of stuff I bought
that works it wont be till late next week or maybe even the week after till i'm able to do it
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here ya go.
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here ya go.
thanks for getting the pic bane. I do like that.
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Told ya you shoulda done dual exhaust at the beginning, would have saved you some money if you woulda done it right the first time.
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do things right the first time around is always better.
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i can tell you that from experience.
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Told ya you shoulda done dual exhaust at the beginning, would have saved you some money if you woulda done it right the first time.

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do things right the first time around is always better.
The exhaust I have right now IS what I wanted then. Just recently I wanted to change it to duals specially since I have the money to do it. I've had no complaints with my current setup I love it, but I feel it's time for a change.
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