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Exhaust suggestions.

Discussion in 'The Garage' started by neverendingproject, Jul 30, 2006.

  1. neverendingproject

    neverendingproject 1/2 ton status

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    Im wanting to take my true duals and run them both on the drivers side to get away from the t-case and fuel lines. Anyone have ideas on how to do this with full length headers?
     
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    Something like the stock crossover/ y pipe, just shorter.
     
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    draggbody 1/2 ton status

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    what t case are you running???
     
  4. Smokin'Joe

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    If it is an off road only rig, check out the header selection at Speedway Motors. Pardon me for not linking the site. I am stupid with technology (mostly computers).
     
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    I already have headers and I have a 208 right now, but I will be changing my trans t-case later to a 4l80 and 241. As far as a stock crossover, im not sure it will work, because the headers go that far back. I would have to do like a cramped 90 degree turn to get it behind the torque converter cover.
     
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    Smokin'Joe Registered Member

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    They make an over-the -frame chassis header that exits behind front tires, not underneath. Don't know if they would work,or not.
     
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    Why do you want to move your exhaust? Sorry 'bout above.
     
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    Because my exhaust runs about 3 inches from my fuel lines as it is, and I will end up getting a different tranny/t-case combo that will cause me to redo my exhaust anyway, so I figured, I could move it to the other side and it would solve a lot more problems than it would fix. I guess I might be wrong.
     

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