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muffler options (22nd Nov 10 at 6:23pm UTC)
Well i have to do redo my ex on the turd wagon. i was running true dual 2.5 to 2 40 series flows (offset in/center out). i liked it. so i want the same tone but really only have room for 1 muffler. so i think ill just buy a 40 series 3in with center in and center out. run the dual 2.5 pipe together and into 3in... wont know till i get it to sit at ride height and see how much room is there in the back. what other single muffler options do you guys suggest? i have ran the same set up for 8 years.


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Re: muffler options (22nd Nov 10 at 10:49pm UTC)
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Re: muffler options (23rd Nov 10 at 12:05am UTC)
 
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Re: muffler options (23rd Nov 10 at 4:02am UTC)
I just ran a ebay special single chamber flow. Super small and fit in those tight places. i have 2.5" on each side that meets into a 3" to a 3" flow.

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Re: muffler options (23rd Nov 10 at 6:20am UTC)
 
I just ran a ebay special single chamber flow. Super small and fit in those tight places. i have 2.5" on each side that meets into a 3" to a 3" flow.


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Re: muffler options (23rd Nov 10 at 3:18pm UTC)
I used to run a 50 series single in, dual out Flowmaster on my Toyota. When I changed the rear suspension I no longer had room for it. I ended up going with the Hushpower Flowmaster. Has a different sound but saved so much room under the bed.
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Re: muffler options (23rd Nov 10 at 4:59pm UTC)
I am running a Magnaflow 4" x 18" muffler. I like it, it fits in tight spaces nicely.

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Re: muffler options (23rd Nov 10 at 5:26pm UTC)
 
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hmmm, seems like it would be rather loud. who runs this? maybe get the round rather than bullet....


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Re: muffler options (24th Nov 10 at 4:59am UTC)
 
I just ran a ebay special single chamber flow. Super small and fit in those tight places. i have 2.5" on each side that meets into a 3" to a 3" flow.


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Re: muffler options (25th Nov 10 at 3:59pm UTC)
3" single, 3 chamber. Nice and quiet until you open it up. Loud exhaust on stock engines sounds like poop IMO. Smiley

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Re: muffler options (28th Nov 10 at 9:47pm UTC)
straight pipes...hengl style

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