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so, if iwas to do a single exhaust stack, would it go on the left, or right.

it would be a stright cut with a little rain flapper on it. i dont like them in the middle, so what is the proper place for it?
 

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Right side!:thumbsup
 

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Right side!!!:beer
 

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You can do it on any side you want, but most do it on the passenger side. The reason is that most do a single stack to save money, and your exhaust runs on the pass. side, so you just cut it, put a 90* on i and add your stack. If you were going to plumb it to the other side, might as well do two stacks.
 

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Right side because it's where the exhaust is
and the Right side is better than the left...if you know what I mean
(think politics =) )
 

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passanger side bull hauler looks sweet if ya ask me
 

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:agree2: x2
 

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if it was me to be different id run twin stacks on the passenger side.might be difficult to get the plumbing set up but it would deffenylt be different
 

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Mine is on the Right side Flush in the box...It was a Biznatch to cut through the support in the box though, But I didnt run the pipe through the center, I took it over to the Right side of the box underneath and Then piped it up and through ;)
Nate
 
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