Well, my stock exhaust started to rust out near the flex joint at the front, so that was all the excuse I needed to redo the system from the turbo back After reading some threads about exhaust noise, and straight piping a turbo I decided to go for it. Bought a 3" flex joint, a few flanges and gaskets, a 7' length of 3" pipe, and a mandrel bent 'U'. Around $170 all in. I figured it would be simpler to run the new exhaust down the outside of the frame, and put the outlet just ahead of the rear tire. What with already having sliders on, this proved to be a tighter fit than I had expected, but the straight section fit, so it was just a matter of getting the elbows to line up, and fabbing a couple of custom mounts using the original Toyota rubber isolators. The noise level was slightly higher than I was expecting, though at cruising speeds its barely louder than stock. Sounds throaty when you step on it though. And I love hearing the turbo spool up. The best part was when the took it to the grocery store and came back saying "its not that bad, besides it's a big burly truck, it's supposed to be kinda loud". And that's why I love her And now for what you've all been waiting for... Pics!