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What exhaust should I go with??

Okay well I was looking into an exhaust for my RW. Really unsure of what I want somewhere along the flow master super 40 series open to all suggestions really looking for a mean sounding set up thanks you for all input.
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Okay well I was looking into an exhaust for my RW. Really unsure of what I want somewhere along the flow master super 40 series open to all suggestions really looking for a mean sounding set up thanks you for all input.
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Research BAMufflers on here, its a great system, and Keith the owner is an awesome guy...
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Shot him an email thanks for the heads up
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I have dual Flowmaster 40 series on my 2011 5.7 and love them try sound awesome
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My advice... Ride in a Tundra with an aftermarket exhaust first. A lot of people like the sound from the outside, but soon find the highway drone unbearable. Me personally, I'm keeping the stocker in mine. The engine is specifically tuned for the exhaust that's already on it.

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^ drone es no Bueno.but Keith builds and sends a helmholtz resonator that completely gets rid of all the drone.


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TRD is a good choice if you want it loud after 3000rpm. The way I see it there's gonna be days you want it quiet. Unless you're 18.


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TRD is awesome. Sweet sound, no drone. The only downside is the price. But you get what you pay for, as they say.

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Did you ever decide on an exhaust? I just ordered one from dirtydeeds.
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i have a diamond eye exhaust.no drone and 0 loss of low end power. i love it best bang for the buck IMO i paid 290 shipped
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TRD is awesome. Sweet sound, no drone. The only downside is the price. But you get what you pay for, as they say.
I was looking for a new exhaust for quite awhile. Heard some people say the trd is too quiet. It is quiet when you want it quiet, which is at idle and cruising on the highway(no drone). Give it some throttle and its quite loud. When i first had it installed, i gave it some throttle and thought that maybe the exhaust was leaking, it was that loud. I cant see anyone wanting anything any louder. It looks and sounds awesome, especially with the S/C. Just my 2 cents

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