Sadly I do not. But even my dad's 14 inch metal chop saw wouldn't cut a 6 inch diameter pipe like this. You'd have to cut part way through and then flip it over and cut from the other side, and then getting your cuts to line up always sucked. I guess my main problem is figuring out how to get a line marked on the pipe so I get the angles right. If I could have a nice line on it, I could make my plasma cutter work, and use a grinder to clean it up. I've found websites that allow you to enter the diameter of the pipe, and the angle you are wanting to cut, and you can print out a template that you can wrap around the pipe that gives you the guide line. But my printer won't print big enough for this big of a pipe ha ha. Had I known I was just going to be ending up utilizing the muffler in the way I did, I would have just bought a stack that was already cut like that, but I couldn't find any of them tall enough for what I was thinking I was going to need. But now that I ended up using the muffler like I did, I could have gone with one of those shorter already made CAT stacks. But, I got this five foot piece of 6 inch aluminized pipe for $60 as opposed to $168 for an already made 6 inch CAT stack. So as long as I can figure out how to cut it, welding it won't be a problem for me and I will be money ahead. Unless I have to go spend $300 on a big chop saw. ha ha
Do you have a metal blade for a chop saw? You could cut the pipe on there.