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Old 11-05-2012, 06:37 PM   #1
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Alright, here's the deal.... I've had loud trucks, tall trucks, short trucks, blonde trucks. I recently got an ecoboost FX2 for light towing and smooth rolling. Being me, I have to tinker with it in some way. I'm thinking of installing a 3" pipe between the resonator and the muffler, ditching the stock muffler for a magnaflow and want dual exits out the rear. Is there a kit just for the rear exhaust piping? I'm gonna do all the welding my self and don't want to buy an expensive kit. Is my only option a muffler shop? Is there an option for the D.I.Yer ?
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I put a 14 inch long 3 inch si/so. And 3 inch resonater delete. Sounds good. Drones like a b*tch when towing. Can also hear when the torque converter locks and unlocks all the time. Oh and you will never get that v8 tone to it.........
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Yeah, I definitely want to keep it quiet in the cab. I just like the dual out look and know i'll never get the V8 sound out of this 3.5. The 18" magna did sound pretty good in my old tacoma, but I want peace and quiet. Just lookin for more flow and good looks.... more turbo whistle would be mine main objective.
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Well it is alot louder in the cab with no resonater on it. It is still bearable. When towing bring some advil. It is has alot of drone. In the spring i may put a 3 inch resonster on it or change it alltogether. I prefer the duel look
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Thanks for the info!
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Id do some research on the eco exhausts. A lot of them sound like crap. Just don't want to see you blow some cash and not like the setup
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Alright, here's the deal.... I've had loud trucks, tall trucks, short trucks, blonde trucks. I recently got an ecoboost FX2 for light towing and smooth rolling. Being me, I have to tinker with it in some way. I'm thinking of installing a 3" pipe between the resonator and the muffler, ditching the stock muffler for a magnaflow and want dual exits out the rear. Is there a kit just for the rear exhaust piping? I'm gonna do all the welding my self and don't want to buy an expensive kit. Is my only option a muffler shop? Is there an option for the D.I.Yer ?
In short. No not unless you can gain access to a pipe bender. Btw good choice on the magnaflow. Best sounding option for any vehicle IMHO
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