Re: Aluminized vs. Stainless Steel Exhaust
they last longer and look better. [img]/ubbthreads/images/graemlins/biggrin.gif[/img]
while that is true, vehicles pretty much are exclusively coming out w/ SS exhaust now. for a large part of the country, it is considered a necessity because of salting the roads for winter. road salt will destroy non-coated or non-resistant steel in short order.
if you don't live in a snow state, i personnally don't think that aluminized would ever be an issue. it would last for quite a long time. but, stainless would give you some piece of mind if you plan to keep your truck forever and don't want to have anything to worry about.
but i can't see why there would be any performance difference whatsoever.
'03 F350 Dually, 6.0, Supercab, longbed, 4.10 LS, sport pkg, extremely RED, STRAIGHT PIPED
, SCT Xcalibrator, full guages
- Job1 programming, Harpooned, Skweeker Mod, Zoodad Mod
- Did that thing that you're not supposed to talk about
'79 Bronco, 468cid Ford 460 marine motor, C6/NP205
Previous -'99 F250, Rg Cab XLT, 7.3/6spd, 3.73
- '96 Cummins, 215hp/5spd, Diprocol guages, Plate & AFC full fwd, hi-capacity external lubrication system
To add: 2 1/2T axles, 46" goodyears, etc.