Nikopol flemmings: um not possible unless u have 3 cylinders into 1 pipe an a completely
separated 3 cylinders running into another; jus dual exhaust not true dual
an you get more power from a x pipe anyway; not that it would matter on a
l6 not nocking u it sounds good jus these kinda things piss people off
trying to wear a false name badge its like a pep boys turbo sticker on a
n/a car you know
Jarad Taylor: Can you tell me the same set up you have because I have a 92 ford f150 with
a 4.8 300 i6 in it
noobydiablo: +worldwar11 you could run up to 6 exhaust pipes if you wanted to
worldwar11: i dont see how you can have true duals on a inline 6
JD Schmidt: how much did it all cost?
David Scott: i ran the two pipes on the passengers side of the truck until i got past
the back axle and then spread them off to the rear bumper
David Scott: well its not a v8 i will show you in a later vid the engine...right now
there is about 10 inches of snow outside
1990fordf15012: can u make a new vid plz
David Scott: cost me about 175 dollars all together....plus i ordered my tips which
should be coming shortly
Cameron Brown: @Pervasial4 its a straight 6 alright. i have one with true dual exaust no
cats and magnaflow mufflers and 3 1/2 inch tips and it sounds jus about
like mine. jus about the same when he reved it up. a straight six for some
reason has a kinda fart sound and the crackle.
yamahaxt200: cool cool yeah i am going to do that same! so could you get a vid of maybe
a drive by or a higher rev? i just dont want it to ricey??? does it rap
when you drive it?? how long are the packs???? thanks
killerman402: awesome i have a 93 f150 300 i6 and i got 2 pipes running from the motor
and then a Hpipe with the o2 sensor in the middle of the H pipe its the
stock exhaust with 2 pipes goin into the cat and then 1 out....if i run
duals cant i just take the cat off and run the duals out 2 the side from
the h pipe and it not interfere with the o2 sensor...need to know because
in 16 and im a diy person ive did lots to this truck all the suspension and
everything its a good truck.
coojieisthebest: Hey if you could can you get a video of acceleration this is hands down the
best sounding 300 i6 i've heard
nelerser: Sorry to tell you, but my dad drove I6 and v8. I have heard straight piped
i6s and they dont sound nothing like yours. They actually sound like an i6
not a v8.
samuel hawkins: @davidscot6844 im sad to say this isent TRUE duals beacause true duals
requires two manifolds. and the 300i6 only has one on the side. so it goes
manifold Y pipe duals. not manifold pipe on each side. sorry bro but it
sounds MEAN i love my straight six.
todaysfire: To be honest he don't need headers to make it sound like that, I just put
dual exhaust on my 91 f150 inline 6 with the stock manifolds you just need
to know how to work it. Cut where it connects into 1 pipe from 2 run
straight pipe back (if you want a cat then get a dual in dual out) finish
pipe back to Glasspacks of any style I ran 2 inch straight back all the
way. Sounds real nice. Been in a muffler shop for 9 years and learn many
metal5015: it pops like a v8 best sounding striaght six ever
MovieMaker225: what size are the glasspacks?
rocintrucker83021227: If you know anything about a 300 you would know that the efi manifolds are
2 piece. The carb 300 is a a one piece manifold. So yes this is a true dual
set up just like you would have on a v6. 3 exahust ports in one manifold
and 3 in the other. The only diffrence is the 300 is a inline moter.
ItsCreated: what kind of headers do you have?
David Scott: @Allicouldthinkof00 It is an i6 i think i would know, because i own this
1990fordf15012: sounds like a v8 to me
Blackband13: ha i know what im doin to mine'
badfordf150: cool. real aggressive sound man thanks
inkjet124: this spring i think im going to put headers on mine. im running true dual
18'' long glasspacks, 2.25" diameter pipe she should bark pretty good then.
my truck is a '95 f-150, 4x4 i6, 5 speed. 2" lift with 33's looks pretty
good. 144,000 miles.
inkjet124: 300 i6 have split manifolds dumbass
thegreatkingdaniel: @nelerser @moparmurderer This is the classic "split six" sound that
old-timey hot-rodders and enthusiasts (including myself) love. It's
achieved by running two separate exhaust manifolds or headers instead of a
single manifold and then keeping true duals all the way out the back or
side. The sound truly is wicked and turns a lot of heads.
thegreatkingdaniel: @moparmurderer Thanks for the preps! So, uh, what do I do with them?
ludacris16444: how did you avoid the gas tanks
GrandAmGT1990: i need to now what you got tell me everything cause i got a 91 f250
straight 6 300 man that truck sounds nice
David Scott: because i'm an awesome person....lol
todaysfire: Mine has more of a deep crackle to it.
brianwesley28: Sounds good.
mudhassler67: i would like to know what length glasspacks it has in
David Scott: yeah i think i could do a drive by and drive away
MrMjsmith626: It would have been nice to let it idle for a little bit.Sounds good from
what I could tell.
WARD5KUSTOMZ: sounds good i got a 300 to put duals on this weekend
David Scott: no it doesnt rap when i drive it, only at about 8,000 rpm which i dont do
often and the glasspacks i ordered off of summit racing 2 inch id and case
is 20 inches and overall is 23 inch 23.95 a piece
JD Schmidt: @davidscot6844 that engine wont go over 4500 rpms bud
hoghater01: What size pipe did you run 1 3/4 or 2 inch? Bigger? smaller ?
MrMjsmith626: I know that you need a battery in that truck very badly.It barely turned
Blake Curtis: @davidscot6844 but how exactly did you run the two headers being its an
inline 6? probs a dumb question but i got a 96 f150 inline 6 and wanted it
to sound like that. or remotely similar.
mphemsing: what size are the glass packs
twiztiDchevy: no way thats a straight 6 unless something is wrong with it lol...maybe im
wrong, i hope so because i wouldnt mind mine sounding like that
1whoridesDirtbikes: what the exhaust set up formula?
inkjet124: what size pipes are those?
moparmurderer: Pretty hard to believe that this is a 300 inline.. I have seen your other
video "proving" it's an I6, but you never started it in that video to
confirm it was that engine making that sound. If you could make a video
like that then you would have the most wicked sounding I6 on the face of
Allicouldthinkof00: Its not a i6 toi deep of a crack and slowed down. Whoever said 302 was
right its the 5.0
Collin Smith: u cant have "true duals" on a straight six not unless u have a split
manifold... sounds like a 5.0 to me
Junior T.: Uh dude? How can you have "true duals" if you only have an I6? Hahahahahaha
EMT: Thanks! They sometimes skip corners and take the easy way. If they ever did that, I suggest you consult with a paralegal or lawyer. This way they won't be able to cheat you.