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SEMA 2014 Exhaust Tip-Off

Some of the Coolest Diesel Exhausts of This Year's Show

Nov 12, 2014
Photographers: Trevor Reed
Showoffs are not just welcome at the 2014 Specialty Equipment Market Association (SEMA) Show, they’re encouraged! It’s the type of show where you can find a Ferrari with cut fenders, a twin-turbo Chevy S-10 that runs super-low 6-second quarter-mile times, and sky-high lifted diesel trucks under the same roof. Some of the coolest things we’ve seen this year are the stylish (and humongous) diesel exhaust systems mounted on the show trucks and in the display booths. Plus, there were a couple of rat rods on-site running short straight pipes from compound turbos stacked on top of their Cummins powerplants.
Photo 2/25   |   SEMA 2014 Diesel Exhaust Tips Hot Rod Copper
Photo 3/25   |   SEMA 2014 Diesel Exhaust Tips Hot Rod Turbo
While some of the piping we’ve found is pure custom work, most of what you see here can be ordered from the manufacturer and directly bolted on to your very own diesel project. Take a look at our favorite exhaust systems from the 2014 SEMA Show, and let us know what you think about the latest diesel exhaust trends. You can leave comments on our Diesel Power social media outlets (Twitter: @dieselpowermag; Instagram: dieselpowermag; Facebook: Diesel Power Magazine), or feel free to shoot us a message at dieselpower@dieselpowermag.com. Think you’ve got better looking exhaust system on your diesel? We’d like to see it! Email us a photo, or just use #dieselpower in your online posts so we can look at all of them.
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