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1985-1992 Fleetwood, 1993 Sixty Special, All FWD Forum Discussion, Exhaust Pipes Conversion ? in Past Cadillac Vehicle Discussion; Friend of mine is parting out a big rig truck Wanted to know if those huge exhaust pipes on the ...
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    Exhaust Pipes Conversion ?

    Friend of mine is parting out a big rig truck

    Wanted to know if those huge exhaust pipes on the sides of the truck would be of any Benefit on my 98 Deville?


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    You want to run semi truck stacks... on a Deville?

    .........I think I've just developed an aneurism.

    Any exhaust mod will have essentially zero effect on performance.

    If you're referring to running huge pipes UNDER the car, they won't fit, and again, no benefit.
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    Re: Exhaust Pipes Conversion ?

    Is this a joke ??? ........... after all the dead-end questions you have asked about exhaust systems and mufflers for your base Deville over the last 10 months ?

    Seriously - a LOT of people have already answered your question dozens of times !

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    Quote Originally Posted by MoistCabbage View Post
    You want to run semi truck stacks... on a Deville?

    .........I think I've just developed an aneurism.

    Any exhaust mod will have essentially zero effect on performance.

    If you're referring to running huge pipes UNDER the car, they won't fit, and again, no benefit.
    Yes under the car
    They jus looked kinda cool
    But I guess that's all it would be to me


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    Quote Originally Posted by Submariner409 View Post
    Is this a joke ??? ........... after all the dead-end questions you have asked about exhaust systems and mufflers for your base Deville over the last 10 months ?

    Seriously - a LOT of people have already answered your question dozens of times !
    Sorry my Questions aren't up to ur standards and regardless of that, I come here for your guys Professional Answers and Advice

    Occasionally I'll have some off the wall ones but if you're not entertained then jus don't respond...

    I wouldn't mock your intelligence or inexperience

    Appreciate the same Respect


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    Re: Exhaust Pipes Conversion ?

    Noted - Didn't mean to jump in your case .............. but you HAVE several threads on exhaust systems still posted.

    If you want to run 5" exhaust pipes you'll need to find a car to carry the idea to its fullest .............

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    Quote Originally Posted by Submariner409 View Post
    Noted - Didn't mean to jump in your case .............. but you HAVE several threads on exhaust systems still posted.

    If you want to run 5" exhaust pipes you'll need to find a car to carry the idea to its fullest .............
    That car is Awesome !


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    Re: Exhaust Pipes Conversion ?

    I can think of two choices.

    Out thru the hood


    Side exhaust (lake pipes)
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    I was thinking under the car

    I thought about the sides like the one in the pic but jus prefer under it

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    Re: Exhaust Pipes Conversion ?

    Why not just weld a couple of these on? The end result will be the same (riced up with no real effect).


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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger
    Why not just weld a couple of these on? The end result will be the same (riced up with no real effect).
    And make sure you cut up the bumper as much as possible

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    If that's the thing that makes the exhaust sound like a motorcycle that's not my objective at all

    Initially I wanted them bc I thought I heard bigger pipes improved performance...

    Since that's Not True I thought it Might look kinda cool but that might not be the case since those things are a lot bigger than they look from a distance

    Also, If I could find big pipes that are add on but still Quiet than I could prolly go for that

    I don't want my car to sound like a weed eater tho

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    Re: Exhaust Pipes Conversion ?

    No, those are NOT fart can mufflers. I think that one was an 12", but they had them in different sizes. Just to be clear, I AM NOT advocating this. I'm posting it more as a joke, but to each his own.

    http://www.jegs.com/p/PYPES/PYPES-Di...14058/10002/-1

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    Quote Originally Posted by SUPER LAC DEVILLE

    If that's the thing that makes the exhaust sound like a motorcycle that's not my objective at all

    Initially I wanted them bc I thought I heard bigger pipes improved performance...

    Since that's Not True I thought it Might look kinda cool but that might not be the case since those things are a lot bigger than they look from a distance

    Also, If I could find big pipes that are add on but still Quiet than I could prolly go for that

    I don't want my car to sound like a weed eater tho

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    Changing pipes, and leaving the stock mufflers, won't change the sound at all.

    And how would big pipes look good UNDER the car?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ranger View Post
    No, those are NOT fart can mufflers. I think that one was an 12", but they had them in different sizes. Just to be clear, I AM NOT advocating this. I'm posting it more as a joke, but to each his own.

    http://www.jegs.com/p/PYPES/PYPES-Di...14058/10002/-1
    I know it's a joke to u and ur not advocating anything...but thanks for the info anyways


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