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Old 05-06-2011, 05:04 PM
Little Blue Little Blue is offline
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Default Temporary straight pipe?

Hey, so while I'm waiting for my exhaust to come, I fabbed up some "exhaust" to get me by, but between the dead glasspack and the sharp turns, I'm running WAY too much backpressure. I'm consittering cutting it off right before the glasspack and doing a turndown tip. This would be for about 2-3 weeks (cause my shocks have to be replaced before I can do my exhaust). Would I lose too much back pressure? Thoughts?

Here's the crap-storm I'm dealing with right now.

2004 Ford Ranger, 4.0L, 5 Speed Manual
Leveled, 32/10.5/16 (Metric) BFG All-Terrains
Fab-Tech Light Bar w/ KC Daylighters
'06 Taillights, Clear Corners

Future Mods:
5.0 Swap (Handbuilding motor)
SAS or 6" IFS Lift
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