Need opions on down pipe

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  1. gnracer1

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    I'm currently in the process of installing a complete stage 2 motor and my 94 2 and Chassis S10 pickup known as Plan B this a grudge race set-up street race where would you guys have downpipe to come out the bottom or out the fender the firewall is back 12 in
     

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    The bend is The most important power wise and then the shortest pipe is for the weight difference.
     
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    I was thinking 45 and out the back side of the front fender.. I now alot of classes want it out past the fire wall but with the truck that already moved back the truck is tagged and some times street driven
     
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    Get to work then:D
     
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    Go full blown hill-Billy! Diesel stack right up and out the hood! :D
     
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    Na can't do that . Straight out the hood
     
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    In front of the front tire. Very easy to make trim the spoiler so you don’t have to put a hole in the metal fender. Not as loud as you would think
     

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