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Old 04-28-2015, 05:48 PM
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1978 C10 Custom Quad Exhaust

Yes, you read me right. I said "quad exhaust." No, I'm not crazy. I'm just....... Not normal. **slaps knee and laughs** anyways I have a '78 C10 now (I sold the Camaro) and want to put in an exhaust, just don't know how to do it..... Basically I want 4 exits. Two in front of the rear wheels, and two stacks behind the cab. I want to wire it in to 4 separate electric cutout valves that are operated by 2 switches. Basically I open one and close the other so that I'm using the stacks (same as straight pipes, just straight up in the air) or I'm using my Thrush mufflers. I don't know if I should use two Y-pipes or 2 cutouts, and I don't know how I'm going to put it all together. So that's why I came here. I was thinking about getting and exhaust system made for my truck and then all the other components I need and just putting it together with a welder and a pipe cutter in my driveway. I had an idea to put the valves at the end of each outlet of the Y-pipes (4 in all) and then route 2 straight up and then the other 2 back then out. Then wire the valves accordingly and hook it all up so that i can run straight pipes (stacks) or mufflers (side exits) or all 4 at once just to mess with people when its cold and it smokes. Any suggestions?

(Yes, I'm THAT kind of hot rodder. I want something one-of-a-kind that's way out there.) ((Like rain flappers on the stacks to go along with all that))

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