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I am wanting some exhaust for my LBZ and have a couple ?s. Is the LBZ different from say the LLYs? Which company makes one that comes out straight and not angled out the back? I like the MBRP the best but I dont like how it exits. Any help would be great..

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I have never seen one exit straight and I would expect its because the pipes are so big to go around things..space limitations. If you find one I'd like to check it out.
 

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Briano is correct.

MBRP makes an awesome exhaust systems, but due to the size and configuration of everything under the truck it cannot exit to the rear. We do have some MBRP gas exhaust that have rear exit, but this is due to the tube size being much smaller.

But that does not mean that no one makes a system like you want. I am not aware of any at this time though.
 

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I am wanting some exhaust for my LBZ and have a couple ?s. Is the LBZ different from say the LLYs? Which company makes one that comes out straight and not angled out the back? I like the MBRP the best but I dont like how it exits. Any help would be great..

Thanks guys,

Greg
I have not seen one do that, but it would be easy to do. All you'd have to do is get an over axel pipe without the tip on it, throw a elbow on it to redirect the exit, and then put the tip on!
 

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I am wanting some exhaust for my LBZ and have a couple ?s. Is the LBZ different from say the LLYs? Which company makes one that comes out straight and not angled out the back? I like the MBRP the best but I dont like how it exits. Any help would be great..

Thanks guys,

Greg
I have not seen any "mass produced" units that exit toward the rear for diesels (plenty for gas though). I had straight exits on my D/D gasser and hated trying to hook up a trailer with the truck running and it made a mess on the front of the trailer (soot), so I would imagine a diesel would be worse.

I have seen one custom made dual exhaust on a dodge that exited out the back but it looked weird because of the large diameter pipe and I don't know if he ran a spare or not. It almost looked like a ricer with dual fart cans out the back (not as bad, but you get the idea).
 

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Soot will be an issue with a rear exit exhaust, especially since it looks like you tow a white stang on an open trailer.
 

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Sorry guys thats not what I mean. I want it to still come out the side just straight. I didnt explain well enough on the first post sorry. So what about this? LOL.
 

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You want a 90* exit. My Kennedy Diesel exhaust is close to a 90. Its only angled back a smidge.

Here's a pic from his page... Kennedy Exhaust
 
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