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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-23-2001, 06:32 PM
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exhaust getting sucked into cab with top off

Anybody know the best way to prevent this. Should I put tips on that point down or have the pipes bent to exit behind the rear tires. Please help.

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Re: exhaust getting sucked into cab with top off

Where is your exhaust exiting now? I would angle pipes to the outside.

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Re: exhaust getting sucked into cab with top off

It exits straight back right underneath the rear bumper.

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Re: exhaust getting sucked into cab with top off

YEP..... stinky exhaust..

I routed mine straight out the back too.... SUPER STINKY. Gonna go out the corners a.s.a.p.

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Re: exhaust getting sucked into cab with top off

Running the exhaust back to the bumper isn't a bad location. Just buy an extension and run the exhaust pipe 2 inches beyond the body/bumper. No more smell. Even if your running headers and cherry bombs and exit the frame just beyond the rear tire, to avoid the smell, you should still go out beyond the body by 2 inches or so.

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Re: exhaust getting sucked into cab with top off

if you put tips on that point down and to the outside, you'll get a lot less fumes into your rig.

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