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Old February 14th, 2013, 11:06 AM
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And in doing it that way an x pipe is beneficial. It equalises the exhaust pulse to improve flow on the longer side.



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I don't have a side tank, just a single 19 gallon rear which will get replaced with a bronco tank eventually, I'm getting less than 200 miles to a tank as is, I'm sure it will be worse with a fun engine and more tire. Nine5 has the side exits like I want and his truck is stock height, so I know it will work with a lifted truck, it's just a matter of getting a cat and decent sized muffler in there between long tubes and the rear wheel well.


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Get a Magnaflow Hi-Flow cat like biker has. They're smaller than most cat's, and IIRC Flowmaster and Cherrybomb both make mufflers that are tiny, like 4" or something by 6" body. I can't remember, been awhile since I've looked at exhaust stuff..
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With my crossover behind the trans, x pipe, cats, and an 18" muffler, I have maybe 8" to the rear end. Tight fit for sure. Without the x pipe and crossover you should have plenty of room for a cat and up to a 12" muffler or gpack.



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I know I could easily fit a small muffler and cat, but with the exits being so close to the cab, I'd like to get the longest possible muffler in there. Maybe even run actual cats, not gutted.


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