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Old 01-13-2012, 11:13 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Im getting a new exhaust setup very soon and wanted some feedback on what would be the best route. I am thinking true duals with flowmaster 40s. Any better ideas? i want to do it right and not go the cheap route but i also dont want to spend a fortune. I have the 5.7
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Im getting a new exhaust setup very soon and wanted some feedback on what would be the best route. I am thinking true duals with flowmaster 40s. Any better ideas? i want to do it right and not go the cheap route but i also dont want to spend a fortune. I have the 5.7
Flowmaster American Thunder 50 series cat back is what I have installed, I absolutely love this setup. It sounds aggressive, easy install, and the muffler is dual in, dual out. The Flowmaster kits are the only kits that have the option to either exit out the sides, or the back, in the same kit. Your best resource other than here is to do a YouTube search.
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True dual Magnaflow 14" body 2.5" in/out mufflers with an H-Pipe or 2.5" in/out Flowmaster Super 40 Series mufflers with an H-Pipe. If you add the H-Pipe it will make the exhaust flow a lot better, will give you a little more power, and give the exhaust a deeper tone.
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Thanks for the reply, I would probably just buy the muffler and buy the tubing at the local metal shop. If i got 2 in 2 out would that be true duals? and would drilling holes in the muffler actually work? wouldnt you lose power?
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They say a dual in/out muffler is "true dual" but I don't consider it to be true dual. If you drill a hole in the muffler it will sound like crap and you will lose a little power.
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and bad dad, how much did your supercharger run you? thats a badass rig you got there
Thanks, it's stock-ish, but I like it. It runs the hell out of me, it is hard to keep 'er reigned in! The general concensus is that you can have one installed, parts and labor, for anywhere from $6,000-$7,000 depending on where you live. The S/C and install kit can be had for $5,300, either from a dealer on ebay, TRDSparks, or if your dealer price matches, then you just gotta call around for the best labor prices.
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