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in front of tire exhaust

does anyone have this? u know where it pretty much comes outta the muffler and goes right out to the side. i think they look sweet. like to know where to find one fanksssss pics wud be nice tooo =]
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in front of the tire?
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I think he means exhaust exit in front of the rear tire. Here's a video of it on a ranger 4.0 I think it looks sweet and sounds great.

Youtube Video: Ford Ranger 4.0L Side Exhaust "Lighting Style"
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heres mine. it's custom though, not a kit.
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not a great picture.
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That looks good, Is it right in between the cab and the bed? What are the specs on your system? IMO it's better to get it custom made at a muffler shop. Mandrel bend exhaust piping is just as good too!
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If you can find a good shop then get it done there, it will save you a lot of money. For a single exhaust setup like that I wouldnt expect to pay anymore than $300. True dual exhaust will be around $425. (I live in California, its usually more expensive in wonderful SoCal.)
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It is true dual, removed third cat, glasspacks. in that picture it looks closer to the cab than it really is.
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this one isn't very good either.

EDIT: mine wasn't done by a shop, my dad and i did it, so cost was merely material.
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ya i like that look too
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Here is my Bassani exhaust:
https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2...ad.php?t=66219

Note: the videos do not accurately represent the sound. It sounds more like the video someone pposted above but alittle less raspy and deeper.
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I buy kits because of the mandrel bends and because the exhaust has been tested on the vehicle to make a max gain across the whole rev range. Also the quality is way better than what Juan at the muffler place can do.
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It is true dual, removed third cat, glasspacks. in that picture it looks closer to the cab than it really is.

this one isn't very good either.

EDIT: mine wasn't done by a shop, my dad and i did it, so cost was merely material.
So your saying "True Duals" is removing the 3rd cat and running glasspacks? Doesn't running duals mean running both header pipes parallel out the back?
I only have 2 cats stock FTW
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So your saying "True Duals" is removing the 3rd cat and running glasspacks? Doesn't running duals mean running both header pipes parallel out the back?
I only have 2 cats stock FTW
true duals means that the left bank and right bank exhaust are not connected. it is not 2 into 1 back into 2. the glasspacks have nothing to do with it.
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mine used to come out the side.
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How much was/is it, the site doesnt say?
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I am at work right but I have Dual tips coming off the side, when I get home I'll post some pics for you to see. I love it you should do it. As for specs though, it is a Flowmaster 10 series single chamber muffler, it has a deep rumble to it, and doesn't sound ricer or anything. I do not; however, know the hp and torque from the setup. It is also custom I had a shop weld everything up for me.
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true duals means that the left bank and right bank exhaust are not connected. it is not 2 into 1 back into 2. the glasspacks have nothing to do with it.

Gotcha, Itd like to have that done, but its not a TOP prioroty right now...i have side exit exhaust, its ok.......Its a si/si magnaflow with a dual tip on it.....Looks weird after a BL though, im gonna chop it off soon
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Hey man here are some pics of my setup.









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HOW MUCH is the system???
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I've had 2 side exits.
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Both cost about $100 to do myself.
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