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mitchely03

Side exit exhaust pics wanted

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Hi there,

 

Looking to get some side exit photos of your guys exhaust. More importantly, wanting to see side exits with the exhaust tips staggered, not inline. Basically like what Corsa sells.

 

I currently have a crew cab standard bed, with a Gibson Dual Sport, im wanting to just basically move those twin tips, to in front of the rear tire behind the passenger rear door. Making way for a rear sway bar...

 

I know ill most likely need to go custom (may be cheaper since i already have a good headpipe anyways from the gibson dual sport) and wanting to use these tips.

 

https://www.summitracing.com/parts/sum-691201/overview/

 

My main concern, i dont want the setup to look funky on a crew cab standard bed. As most i see with this kind of side exit is on single cabs, or crew cabs with the short bed.

 

That being said please show off your side exit exhausts if you have them!

 

 

 

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I used to have a custom exhaust with the exact same tip with a Corsa Touring muffler that exits before the rear tire, sold it some time ago and frankly wish I didn’t.

 

I have a RCSB though, not sure if that affects the matter.

 

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I have Side Exits but after the rear tire

 

 

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thanks guys,

 

 

Im sure it will look fine, just want to really see on a crew cab standard bed.

 

 

For reference here is what my current setup looks like.

 

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I had mine farther back but had to move forward to miss the traction bars. Custom stainless. But really not a hard bend to mock and have welded. c73df0bc037960e398f4a494d3f1d566.jpg

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5 minutes ago, 1SLOW1500 said:

I had mine farther back but had to move forward to miss the traction bars. Custom stainless. But really not a hard bend to mock and have welded. c73df0bc037960e398f4a494d3f1d566.jpg

 

A NASCAR style exhaust tip would look dope on your truck:

 

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Wonder if that would be louder. I have seen those nascar pieces. But don't think it clears the traction bars. There is 1/2" to the bar front bracket and the pipe. And the exhaust is so tucked up it is less that 1/2" to the frame rail. I have two straight through mufflers that are band clamped. So I can remove it with 2 bolts. If i did it again i would just pipe it out back but hidden and add a electric cutout.

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2 minutes ago, 1SLOW1500 said:

Wonder if that would be louder. I have seen those nascar pieces. But don't think it clears the traction bars. There is 1/2" to the bar front bracket and the pipe. And the exhaust is so tucked up it is less that 1/2" to the frame rail. I have two straight through mufflers that are band clamped. So I can remove it with 2 bolts. If i did it again i would just pipe it out back but hidden and add a electric cutout.

I want to build a similar set up with VBands to remove the mufflers and tailpipe and leave a side dump before the wheel. 

 

Im calling it the Party Pipes

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MagnaFlow should make a kit that exits where you want with dual staggered tips. I had that set up on my 2004 ECSB. I know for a fact that Stainless Works makes that set up for the new trucks, but it's a bit pricey. I don't know how much you are looking to spend.

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13 hours ago, Jetmek said:

MagnaFlow should make a kit that exits where you want with dual staggered tips. I had that set up on my 2004 ECSB. I know for a fact that Stainless Works makes that set up for the new trucks, but it's a bit pricey. I don't know how much you are looking to spend.

Im not looking to get a off the shelf piece. As i have the choice of muffler i want to use already. And already having the 3" headpipe from the Gibson exhaust, all a shop would need to do is cut, weld in the new single muffler, then make the bends and weld up the tip I am assuming (and hoping) it will be under $300...

 

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Most people don't know the material is also important to the sound. As stainless takes longer to warm up. In cold it is super loud.
Another option is buy the Ebay straight pipe for the turbo diesel trucks. It bolts up other then the adapter to the stock Y. But that is easy to swap over. Then measure out a area in it that is straight and get a muffler you like. Two band clamps and you are good. Bigger,cheaper, and options.

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On 11/21/2019 at 11:17 AM, 1SLOW1500 said:


Another option is buy the Ebay straight pipe for the turbo diesel trucks. It bolts up other then the adapter to the stock Y. But that is easy to swap over. Then measure out a area in it that is straight and get a muffler you like. Two band clamps and you are good. Bigger,cheaper, and options.

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heck yeah great find, beats sourcing a used 6.2 exhaust

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On 11/25/2019 at 11:32 PM, flyingfool said:

heck yeah great find, beats sourcing a used 6.2 exhaust

+1 - thanks 1Slow1500, I will look into this a bit more for my setup.

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