Well my exhaust is finally finished

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  1. drakon543

    drakon543 Full Access Member

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    so with the new baby and work i finally got time to finish my exhaust. so im using pacesetter shortie headers to a bosal y pipe to a jonas 2 to 1 into a 3in to 3 in thrush muffler out the back. the bosal y pipe actually has slightly larger pipes than the y pipe that was in the truck. i swapped the y pipe as it appeared as tho someone had cut the cats off and then welded them back on. seemed fishy to me and boy was i right. someone tried to punch the cats out and failed miserably and just stuck it back on. i also made the mistake of using the gaskets pacesetter supplied.... dumb on my part. so now everything is sealed up and flowing nicely and boy does she sound angry as hell when i get on it. still nice at highway with no drone but a very aggressive growl when you even give it a little extra.
     
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    I bet this sounds pretty good. We need a sound clip for our listening enjoyment.
     
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    How far below frame does the y pipe hang. Im bagged and dont wanna smash it like on my c1500 p/u
     
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    X2!
     
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    ill take a picture across my frame for you when i get a chance
    ill try with my phone later on today.
     
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    quoting you again so it pops up in your alerts laidback but here is 2 pics for your reference
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    so not at all sticks out a bit where the frame turns up but it doesn't hang down at all.
     
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    Cool thanks for the pic. Unfortunately i will be dehumping the frame so even that hangs to low. If it was up above or even with the front smaller section id be all in.
     
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    lowered isnt really my thing so i know very little about it so ok whatever you just said sounds good. not that i have a problem with it just never looked into it enough to know what your talking about.
     
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    Did you install new cat’s? I had a new Magnaflow cat installed on my previous Yukon but am not sure if there are more cost-effective ones out there.
     
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    rockauto has the new catted y pipes at nice prices. i purchased the bosal brand for mine. i liked the look of it and the pipes are actually slightly larger than the stock y pipe. 0 issues with mine so far im pleased with the purchase.
     

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