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Old 10-05-2012, 12:38 PM   #23
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exactly...these all show only clearance gains...i.e. wanting to put a ATO or similar tranny skid on
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Old 10-05-2012, 01:01 PM   #24
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I am by no mean trying to be mean or disrespectful, but the way this is, is bad.

Having the driver side "T" into the passenger side means two things. Exhaust pulses from the passenger side will not only go down and out the normal exhaust route, but will also go into the "T" back into the driverside tubing.

As well, the driver side exhaust pulses, when hitting that "T" will go left and right. Towards the passenger side exhaust manifold, as well as out the normal flow.

That "T" is causing your exhaust a lot of restriction. Had your exhaust guy been thinking more clearly that day, he would not have done that at all.
Damnit, you're completely correct. I ran it by some exhaust pros I'm now working with and they said it won't be terrible, but the way it is isn't ideal. Grrrr.... Thanks for catching that!
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Old 09-19-2013, 01:05 PM   #26
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you may have already done this, but for anyone else looking...this is what i had done.. $150 at my local shop




i like the idea of putting exhaust wrap on the pipe too...
This is pretty much exactly what I want to do. Maybe a tad more room behind the transfer case. Did you have stainless steel tubing used? Also, any thoughts on ceramic coating the newly created 'y' pipe?

I plan on getting a full set of Relentless skids. It looks like all of these crossover re-routes would be outside (to the rear) of the back of the transfer case skid. Bummer but I guess it's not really an issue since it's up so high. Would have to cut a second exhaust clearance hole on the drivers side of the skid for the pipe to come out then turn it immediately to the passenger side. I guess I'll find out for sure once I get my skids and take a look.
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Old 09-19-2013, 04:39 PM   #28
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60$ at my local shop. enough clearance for my flat transfer case skid.
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Finally got mine fixed from the earlier "T," thanks to Torspd!

Oh man... that's a great improvement.

The T was truly painful to look at. It was like a plumber did it.

I really like how nothing needs to pass under the trans. You know, that junction forms the third Y of a tri Y exhaust design. Have you noticed any more bottom end pull with that setup? Moving that third Y farther back increases the effective length of the "header" tuning. And the longer the header, the more bottom end torque you get.
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Old 12-15-2013, 06:26 PM   #31
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Bumping this thread back to life.

Looking for more example photos!

I need to reroute my exhaust to clear a Pelfreybilt t-case skid.

Several good examples here. I'm worried that the crossover close behind the t-case might cook the grease in the U-joint. Anybody have issues with this?
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Old 12-15-2013, 06:46 PM   #32
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see my version of the ypipe reroute... Good option. Same style that Tyler of "pelfreybuilt" did. Minimal pipe cut and change. I have all three pelfrey skids.
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I put on the full set of Relentless Offroad skids (3 pieces) using the bone stock V6 exhaust. The skid has about a 1" bump out" section to clear that stupid stock crossover. So far so good, but I know somday I am going to be hung up on a rock and that "bump out" is going to be the reason.


I like the URD "Y pipe", but a bit concerned if I have to eliminate those cats that I had to pay for. will that cause my truck to throw a Check Engine Light? I drive a GTI that is big turbo and half legal making it a dance to get through emissions testing, not willing to go this way on my Tacoma.
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URD FTW!!!

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see my version of the ypipe reroute... Good option. Same style that Tyler of "pelfreybuilt" did. Minimal pipe cut and change. I have all three pelfrey skids.
Thanks Sconnie, that is what I am looking for.

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I like the URD "Y pipe", but a bit concerned if I have to eliminate those cats that I had to pay for. will that cause my truck to throw a Check Engine Light? I drive a GTI that is big turbo and half legal making it a dance to get through emissions testing, not willing to go this way on my Tacoma.
My thoughts exactly.

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URD FTW!!!
Too custom for me. Looks cool.


SconnieHailer's pics reposted from his thread. Looks good. These are the same skids I need to clear.







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Too custom for me. Looks cool.
Too custom? No such thing! it's bolt on!
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I put on the full set of Relentless Offroad skids (3 pieces) using the bone stock V6 exhaust. The skid has about a 1" bump out" section to clear that stupid stock crossover. So far so good, but I know somday I am going to be hung up on a rock and that "bump out" is going to be the reason.


I like the URD "Y pipe", but a bit concerned if I have to eliminate those cats that I had to pay for. will that cause my truck to throw a Check Engine Light? I drive a GTI that is big turbo and half legal making it a dance to get through emissions testing, not willing to go this way on my Tacoma.
urd y will not cause a cel.
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I've considered the URD but worried about opening up the exhaust too much on the NA motor... I don't want to kill anymore of my low end torque!
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sigh.
say wha! I noticed my torque curve move up in the rev range when I moved to a magnaflow flowthru muffler. That's my reasoning for the opening up of the Ypipe region moving that torque up even higher in the rev range, something not super useful to me. Why the sigh?
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