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Old 07-24-2014, 08:05 AM   #29
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Glad I could make you laugh. But guess you figured out I was speaking about the pipe diameter.
Ya, I figured. The first thing my trucks get after I drive them home are a bunch of parts removed, bypassed, and replaced. Especially emissions and ECM programs.
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The exhaust came today, and I just finished installing it. I'm exhausted.

Initial impressions are that it looks like a decent quality unit, and I make that assessment on the gauge of the stainless steel tubing, the strength of the hangers and the ease of fitment. It is a little louder than stock, but it does not seem to drone and if that proves to be true throughout the rev and load range, then I will be a very happy camper.
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