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I am looking to go with a cold air intake. What company sells the best one, also here can I find one for a good amount of money. I am also looking for headers, and exhaust. What set up should I do for this also. I have the 2001 5.9 360 QC. Thanks
 

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Go with the Edelbrock ProFlow 1002 ($27) , it's not a cold air intake, but it flows and performs better than CAI. I have the specs on underhood temps with open element vs cold air intake if you are intersted.
For the exhaust portion, headers range from $220 up to $600, depending on what finish and brand you go with. I have a $220 set from Flowtech that work well.
Magnaflow makes a high flow kit that comes with a stainless steel y-pipe, high flow cat, and extra tubing after the cat, all stainless. So for $150 plus the cost of a muffler and turn downs (unless you re-use the existing one) you can have an exaust system dumped at the rear axel.
Mine has the headers into Magnaflow into flowmaster 40 dumped at the rear axel. Plenty of clearance, looks clean without the tail pipes coming out the rear, and it performs and sounds good.
 

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can you post a pic of that chizzle1 I like that idea and want to see what it actually looks like. do you have a 4x4???
 

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I'll see if I can find some pics.
No, I prefer the 2wd. Less maint and I can still have fun in the mud and on some rocks. (let's not start a 2wd vs 4wd pissing contest, this is just my opinion).

here's some pics for you, threw in a pic of the stock POS y-pipe setup I had from the dealer. These pics are a little dated...

edit: the flowmaster with dumps is not visible from the side, that's why it's a shot from underneath. Good for ground clearance and looks, IMO.
 

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thanks! :tup: nice Hemi, I like the exhaust tone they produce...and the fact it's a Hemi.
 

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That looks nice, alittle crusty but they all get that way after a while, i think i may do that on mu truck, just have to wait for this one to go to hell, then again I can just get it going now, thanks for the idea. I hadent thought of doing that on a 4x4 truck before.
 

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That looks nice, alittle crusty but they all get that way after a while,
that's my protective coat of mud! :D

It's great for ground clearance, I used to have the twin pipes angled out the back bumper, but they got flattened several times so I got rid of them.

edit: here's a 'non crusty' pic for you.
 

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