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11-16-2019 03:29 PM
ChevyCowboy2013 THANK you for confirming my prejudices...….I suspected as much.....

Horror of horrors - you are inferring my truck dosn't look mean ? How can I face life wondering whether people who see my truck don't think it looks mean or cool enough..... wont that cause certain parts of my anatomy to start shrinking....?



Most likely that's why they make aftermarket bumpers, grill guards, light bars, headache racks, toolboxes, lift kits, big tires and so on. Just to keep the parts the same size unless it's cold out bumpers wont fix that!
11-16-2019 01:57 PM
Hook'em_Horns! All that thrust on a single side though....only left NASCAR turns.
11-16-2019 01:44 PM
Collins Add the other pipe. Truck will be balanced, symetrical, and all will be right with the world........and your parts.

To solve all the technical problems, it doesn't even have to be hooked up.
11-16-2019 01:04 PM
Hook'em_Horns! Can't shrink, if ya can't find it.
11-16-2019 04:57 AM
mizterwizard To have true dual exhausts you would have to start with twins, then you would either have to have a full delete or fully duplicate the cat(s) DPF, DEF, temp sensors etc. Of course you would need a second ECM to run them because the original ECM has no capability to handle two exhausts. So twins and full delete it is. Now, where to put the second pipe? I guess you could remove the fuel tank and have a tank in the bed so that you could run the second pipe down the left side. There is still a lot of stuff that would have to be moved in other places but it could be done.

I'm guessing some of you part your hair down the middle and can't stand Cindy Crawford's "beauty mark", which moves around regularly.

But what about the steering wheel? And the wipers? And Chevrolet isn't a palindrome? And 60/40 split bench seats? And lug nuts on one side that remove turning toward the rear while on the other side they remove turning toward the front? And the 4X4 decal on one side slants toward the front while the other slants toward the rear? And what about hats, they are every which-a-way?

Oh, man. What are we to do?

Aw, forget it.
11-15-2019 10:38 PM
ChevyCowboy2013 I think dual exhaust looks good on all trucks but for functionality it does nothing for these new diesels that have the def system unless you can engineer a dual dpf with dual sensors and yatta yatta yatta. That being said from the outside looking in it makes the truck look meaner unless its 9 inch stacks like really boys these freightliners and mac's and peterbuilts dont even have that big of stacks let's get real and the Cummins with dials is that for bank 1 and bank 2? Is that front 3 pistons and back 3 pistons? Cause I know that's not how its plumbed but whatever it is what it is I think the the dual pipes out the back looks good but more functional on gassers
11-12-2019 09:38 AM
Collins It's called symmetry.........

For some one as OCD as me, it's either that or medication.
11-12-2019 09:28 AM
Hook'em_Horns!
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What am I missing here?
Uniformity?
A balanced look?
Dual thrusts for launches?

A single on one side.....is like living with crooked pictures hanging on every wall in the house.

So let's put a huge oversized tip on the single.
That'll blend.
11-12-2019 07:36 AM
AKChevyGuy I wish I had read the reviews on aFe before I purchased. I’m not impressed. Besides the absence of the sensor bung, the fitment pretty much sucks. The outlets are impossible to match. Spent hours twisting, adjusting and cussing. Nowhere in their instructions does it say you’ll need a torch to install. You will if you want your tips to somewhat match.

I cut the bung out of my stock exhaust and welded it into the new one. Seems to have worked.

Thanks for the replies👍
11-10-2019 11:00 AM
monkeyman I put dual exhaust on and had to shorten one pipe so the lead would reach, not much give over there
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