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Old 04-10-2008, 08:18 PM   #1
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Stock exhaust size anyone?

I was wondering if anyone would happen to know the in/ out size of the stock exhaust pipe for the 07 tacoma? 4.0 L I am trying to buy a aero turbine exhaust for my truck but i am not sure of the exact size i shoud order...
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i think its 2.5", but dont quote me on that
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ya it is 2.5"

your on it hodge 2.5... but its ghetto 2.5 so its really 2.398" they picked some shitty material into this truck the farther i dive into it...

another thing you should think about is length of the muffler..... the longer the muffler the quieter it will be and obviously the shorter the louder
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....another thing you should think about is length of the muffler..... the longer the muffler the quieter it will be and obviously the shorter the louder
That's something I'll have to remember. I'm not a big fan of loud so if I ever switch to an aftermarket exhaust I'll be looking for the longest high flow part I can find.

My idiot neighbor just put a new exhaust on his dodge. I wouldn't really care but he likes to go out and play with the damned thing at all hours. I can't wait for the day he fulfills his death wish.


note: I didn't get much sleep last night.
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I had an 18" magnaflow on my X-Runner and it was pretty damn loud. I am not doing any exhaust on my new truck.
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What's the stock y-pipe size?? Looking at the urd one,it's listed at 2.25".I'm guessing it matches up to the stock heads.I have the jba catback,2.5".Would these two match up as well?? Thanks for any help on this.
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Thumbs up Attention All Exhaust enthusiast!!!

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What's the stock y-pipe size?? Looking at the urd one,it's listed at 2.25".I'm guessing it matches up to the stock heads.I have the jba catback,2.5".Would these two match up as well?? Thanks for any help on this.
Yes, I just installed today. Easy install, fits all stock pipe placments and runs at the stock 2.25, but better flow due to mandrel bent tubing ... If you recall, I was the one that opted to modify stock Y-pipe, by removing rear CATs.

I got to say that the URD Y-pipe is by far the best way to go. I noticed an increase and more pronounced exhaust sound.

More high end accelleration. Lost some torqe probably, but I drive a 6 spd, so I can get up and go at the drop of a shift.

$479.00 is pricey, but this is a quality part that just helped me complete what I believe is the sweetest exhaust system:

JBA Stainless Ceramic Headers-Front Cats-URD Stainless Y-Pipe_Borla Stainless CAT-Back
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Yes, I just installed today. Easy install, fits all stock pipe placments and runs at the stock 2.25, but better flow due to mandrel bent tubing.(( This will bolt up to my jba??))

I got to say that the URD Y-pipe is by far the best way to go. I noticed an increase and more pronounced exhaust sound. (( Droping out my back cats I understand it will be louder.))

More high end accelleration. Lost some torqe probably. ((I'm ok w/probably))

$479.00 is pricey. ((Yeah,It's pricey.I can wait 5 more weeks then order it & the urd maf.)) FTW. Thanks for the info Roxspin72.
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Yes, I just installed today. Easy install, fits all stock pipe placments and runs at the stock 2.25, but better flow due to mandrel bent tubing.(( This will bolt up to my jba??))

I got to say that the URD Y-pipe is by far the best way to go. I noticed an increase and more pronounced exhaust sound. (( Droping out my back cats I understand it will be louder.))

More high end accelleration. Lost some torqe probably. ((I'm ok w/probably))

$479.00 is pricey. ((Yeah,It's pricey.I can wait 5 more weeks then order it & the urd maf.)) FTW. Thanks for the info Roxspin72.
Yes if you welded your cats to the headers like mine are, the flanges match right up.

It's louder, but I guess thats what I like most about this set up. Gets the V8,s to take a second look, LOL.

Well, good luck. Took about a week after ordered to get it. They just came out of production on about the 22nd of May.
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