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Feeler: local interest in used DTLT's AZ

Discussion in 'Buy / Sell / Trade' started by TRDguyKC, Apr 27, 2010.

  1. TRDguyKC

    TRDguyKC [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Seeing if theres any interest in a set of DTLT's in AZ. Have had them on the truck for roughly 20k miles. The condition is perfect, though they are kinda brown from wheelin and what not (i will do my best to clean them up before sale). Im looking to go with the new larger DTLT's.

    again, just gauging interest. would sell for around $350? im not sure wht they go for used, so if im way high let me know.

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  2. 08pretaco

    08pretaco Almost there

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    doesnt look like your running any forced induction so why do you want to go with the larger diameter tubing? from what i read on the fj forum, i think thats where it was, that for normally aspired engines you should stick with the ones you have and only use the larger diameter exhaust headers for forced induction applications.
     
  3. TRDguyKC

    TRDguyKC [OP] Well-Known Member

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    Well the reason I want the larger diameter is because i will be F/I within the next year or so, so id rather have what i need ahead of time. As it is right now, the only thing restricting my exhaust is my TRD muffler. Once i get the new headers I plan to add 2 cats in the URD y-pipe, so with the larger headers and the cats i should be at about the same backpressure im at now with the smaller tubing and no cats.
     
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    08pretaco Almost there

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    cool looks like you got the game plan! sounds perfect have fun saving :)
     
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    4ari trd Well-Known Member

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    Are these the Doug thorley long tube headers? And you said larger diameter does That mean that these are smaller headers than usual?
     
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