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Exhaust System Reccomendations

Got a 2013 Tundra. Looking to put an exhaust on it. Looking for recommendations. Let me know what y'all like and don't like. Appreciate the help.
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Tons of threads on this. Here's but one. Exhaust Compilations

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I used to go Flowmaster or Magnaflow on all my vehicles but after reading about these guys. Every option from mild to wild and craftsmanship. They even address the droning issue that most vehicles get with aftermarket exhaust. And the style resonator they use does not effect the flow of the exhaust in anyway. A little pricey compared to just cutting out a muffler and stabbing a new one in but you get A quality piece that's been tested and proven to do what it's designed to do. Free up a couple horse power and give a great sound and also addressing the drone accompanied with more sound. I'm looking into the 6 inch standard exhaust in SS, very soon.
The hardest part is picking which one you want.
No offense to people who like Borla or Gibson or magniflow or even flow master. But for me there is no other option besides BA mufflers. They've addressed every single option in an aftermarket exhaust for a Tundra.
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I would go with TRD duals. Factory fit and finish.

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I used to go Flowmaster or Magnaflow on all my vehicles but after reading about these guys. Every option from mild to wild and craftsmanship. They even address the droning issue that most vehicles get with aftermarket exhaust. And the style resonator they use does not effect the flow of the exhaust in anyway. A little pricey compared to just cutting out a muffler and stabbing a new one in but you get A quality piece that's been tested and proven to do what it's designed to do. Free up a couple horse power and give a great sound and also addressing the drone accompanied with more sound. I'm looking into the 6 inch standard exhaust in SS, very soon.
The hardest part is picking which one you want.
No offense to people who like Borla or Gibson or magniflow or even flow master. But for me there is no other option besides BA mufflers. They've addressed every single option in an aftermarket exhaust for a Tundra.
I can't speak from experience YET. A few weeks ago I ordered the BAMuffler 8" standard system. It made the most sense to buy something at least designed with the Tundra motor specifically in mind. After emailing and talking with Keith on the phone, it sounds like he did his homework. He also helped me pick the system that met what I was looking for. With any luck he'll be building my system soon and I'll be able to speak from experience. It's worth at least you checking into it. Give him an email/call. He's an easy to talk to guy.

After plenty of reading about the popular Flowmasters, Magnaflows, etc, I couldn't accept the possibility of losing low end torque in exchange for sound (and drone). They just aren't built with this motor in mind. They are generic in a sense.


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Due to budgetary reasons I went with a Flowmaster 50 series. Way to quiet and sounds like stock.. I hope to go with a BamMuffler 6inch after hearing all the sound clips.

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Due to budgetary reasons I went with a Flowmaster 50 series. Way to quiet and sounds like stock.. I hope to go with a BamMuffler 6inch after hearing all the sound clips.
Understandable! I ended up biting the bullet and putting it on a credit card. The plan was to order on credit, and have it payed off during the month or so between placing the order and fabrication. I think I have like a hundred bucks left to pay. I got lucky that the plan actually worked out! The BAM's aren't cheap, but I figured F it, I got the mod bug

If I can find the time, I intend to throw the truck on a dyno before and after.


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I used to go Flowmaster or Magnaflow on all my vehicles but after reading about these guys. Every option from mild to wild and craftsmanship. They even address the droning issue that most vehicles get with aftermarket exhaust. And the style resonator they use does not effect the flow of the exhaust in anyway. A little pricey compared to just cutting out a muffler and stabbing a new one in but you get A quality piece that's been tested and proven to do what it's designed to do. Free up a couple horse power and give a great sound and also addressing the drone accompanied with more sound. I'm looking into the 6 inch standard exhaust in SS, very soon.
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Bam or Trd duals.


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I would go with TRD duals. Factory fit and finish.
Does the TRD Duals increase any performance over the stock Tundra exhaust? or is it mainly the soothing sound your getting?
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There would be a small increase but nothing significant. Single digits.

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after looking for exhaust for my 15 and lots of reading and email and phone Convos with Keith at Dirty Deeds I went with their Long dual dump. Its been on for about a month . All I can say is freaking awesome. I love the sound Its mean and if you want to stand out and want a nice clean sound go with Dirty Deeds. They have lots of options. Customer service is top notch. Product quality second to none.
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If there is any "seat-of-the-pants" increase in performance with the TRD dual system, I haven't noticed it. Looking at the stock exhaust system on these Tundra trucks, I don't think ANY exhaust system is going to significantly increase hp/torque without long tube headers. The stock system seems well thought out.

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you aren't going to see much from exhaust in any situation unless it's a turbo car. (different story if you are going long tubes/etc).

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If there is any "seat-of-the-pants" increase in performance with the TRD dual system, I haven't noticed it. Looking at the stock exhaust system on these Tundra trucks, I don't think ANY exhaust system is going to significantly increase hp/torque without long tube headers. The stock system seems well thought out.
I'm no expert, but agree with this. The main thing is to NOT lose power, especially down low. I don't want to have to rev high for power that the stock system has down low. I see a lot of trucks around here that are loud, but slow as hell. Dumb owners.

I only have experience with Harley's. A much simpler motor, and easy to squeeze more power out of. New headers and exhaust, a new air filter, a re-tune of the fuel injection (or carburetor in many cases), and a cam, and you're on your way. With the Tundra, this thing already comes with power, just lack of sound. Hence the need for the BAMuffler.


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