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Long Bed Exhaust

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by Yok3d, Jul 26, 2010.

  1. Yok3d

    Yok3d [OP] Member

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    Hello, I am brand new to TW and new in general to modifying my Tacoma. I have a 05 long bed V6 PreRunner. Currently I just ordered the URD intake but I'm having trouble finding a compatible exhaust system that will fit my long bed Tacoma. The only one I have found is made by Banks which I have found little to no reviews on. Would anyone have any recommendations on which systems would be compatible and work well with my intake?
     
  2. SManZ

    SManZ el tráfico más lento se queda derecha

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    MBRP's dual split rear exhaust will fit the DCLB and is a bolt on installation. All the shorter truck/bed combos require one section of exhaust pipe to be cut to length since they designed it for the longest configuration.

    Its a great sounding exhaust too! Has a nice burble at idle that can be mistaken for an 8 :) I got mine from AutoAnything.com
     
  3. PowTaco

    PowTaco Shred The Gnar

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    I plan on running Banks, one of the best exhaust's I think. Several people on here are running them and love it.
     
  4. Yok3d

    Yok3d [OP] Member

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    Cant decide if I'll go with the banks or just get a muffler welded on. Would the performance gain from the banks be worth the price tag?
     
  5. YeahYeah

    YeahYeah Well-Known Member

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    CUSTOM! cut it, run straight! or unbolt it right at the flange. it sounds great and youll feel a little rumble.
     
  6. RelentlessTaco

    RelentlessTaco Custom Tacoma bumpers & more for your offroad toy Vendor

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    I just replaced my stock muffler with a dynomax muffler because they didnt make a kit for the DCLB.
     
  8. Yok3d

    Yok3d [OP] Member

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    Went with just replacing the muffler. Got a Flowmaster 40 Series Delta. Sounds great, just the sound I was looking for. A nice bonus that it keeps the cabin noise to a minimum as well.
     
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