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Old 11-05-2010, 12:59 AM   #1 (permalink)
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5inch exhaust installation?

im going to put a 5inch straight pipe on my 05 Cummins and i already have it 4inch straight no cat and no muffler. Where is the best, cheapest and easyiest to install 5inch straight pipe kit i can get? I was hoping it would be possible to get a kit with littlest welding required due to the fact my wire feed was stolen. but an exhaust kit i can clamp togather and then bring it over to have it welded some place after i install.

what would sound better duals 5inch with 8 inch tip? or single with 8inch tip?
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Farm Boy Diesel my friend that's what I got and love it the price is great and I don't think anyone makes a 5 inch dual kit I know a 4 inch they do but go with 5 for sure and don't let NO one talk you out of that 8 inch tip I got a 7 wish I would had went with a 8 my self..people well give ya crap about it but I like em
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im going to put a 5inch straight pipe on my 05 Cummins and i already have it 4inch straight no cat and no muffler. Where is the best, cheapest and easyiest to install 5inch straight pipe kit i can get? I was hoping it would be possible to get a kit with littlest welding required due to the fact my wire feed was stolen. but an exhaust kit i can clamp togather and then bring it over to have it welded some place after i install.

what would sound better duals 5inch with 8 inch tip? or single with 8inch tip?
why 5"?? you don't need it for cooling with those mods?? just for sound?? well diamond eye makes a good bolt in kit and Diesel Performance Parts Power Chips Duramax Exhaust Kits Suspension Air Intakes sells them for a good price.... as for an 8"tip lol that's all you good luck
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hell yeah! i love the 8 i got it on my 4inch straight!
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I had a guy seriously ask me one day if my 7 was a coffee can lol..And yea a 5inch is more for souNd it dose keep egts cooler not a lot but that and the sound put together it is worth it and plus if you do more mods where you may need that little bit of egt cooling.I don't have the link for the farm boy kit like I got but look it up cheapest one I found
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Farm Boy Diesel my friend that's what I got and love it the price is great and I don't think anyone makes a 5 inch dual kit I know a 4 inch they do but go with 5 for sure and don't let NO one talk you out of that 8 inch tip I got a 7 wish I would had went with a 8 my self..people well give ya crap about it but I like em
FBD is the way to go personally i went with no tip. Just a factory look but to each his own.
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Only mod done to it right now is a 4 inch straightpipe, came with the truck, but I have always had the question of, will a 5 inch exhaust fit on a stock 2500? Does this fit up right with the stock turbo? I love the look of them, really interested in one, but still have unanswered questions.
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I have a 5" back system, but i cant stand the huge tips. I went with a 5" polished stack essentially as my tip. Just looks cleaner to me since all you can see without crawling under the truck is shinyness lol



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Only mod done to it right now is a 4 inch straightpipe, came with the truck, but I have always had the question of, will a 5 inch exhaust fit on a stock 2500? Does this fit up right with the stock turbo? I love the look of them, really interested in one, but still have unanswered questions.
Yes, a 5" exhaust will fit under your truck...and yes it will bolt right up, just like your current exhaust does. You may want to slide your spare tire over just a bit (if it's still under the truck), but my 5" Flo~Pro fit with no movement of the spare.

I put 5" exhaust on my truck because that's what I wanted. The sound is deeper than the factory 4", and with the 30" FTE resonator there is no drone in-cab, & the raspy Common-Rail sound is gone. Do I need 5" exhaust? Heck no...but I like it! And I installed it in my garage, tightened all the clamps up, then took it to a buddy of mine to tack weld the seams so nothing comes loose. No problems!

As another option, check with Wally at FTE diesel. Prices are good, shipping was prompt, & the resonator works awesome.
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