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Old 10-16-2013, 10:27 PM   #1
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Hey everybody, new to the forum. I have a 2013 rcsb stx 4x4 5.0 and love it. I'm looking to get a SIDO exhaust but can't make up my mind between Solo Performance, Flowmaster, or Magnaflow. Any suggestions would help!
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Hey everybody, new to the forum. I have a 2013 rcsb stx 4x4 5.0 and love it. I'm looking to get a SIDO exhaust but can't make up my mind between Solo Performance, Flowmaster, or Magnaflow. Any suggestions would help!
The Solo I had, had a drone from hell, wasted over 1k bucks.

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personal preference for the SIDO?

I did a muffler swap with the MR400 and i am incredibly satisfied with it. Sounds super mean, no drone, very reasonable at highway speeds.

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I'm running a SIDO Magnaflow right now with no resonator. Sounds very good, very slight drone between 1600-2200rpm. Getting my resonator reinstalled today as I just want a little more of a mellow tone.
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Thanks guys, I'm only 19 so naturally I want it loud. More than likely goin with a magnaflow. Here's the truck
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Congrats GeorgiaBoy, it a beauty. I think you'll like the Magnaflow better, no drone. Trust me you do not want a drone in the cab.
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Thanks Wanted I appreciate it. And yeah drone wouldn't help in the cab with how loud the tires already are. Haha with the cruise on 75 on the interstate, good luck hearin the radio. The mud grapplers aren't as loud as my old 88 150 on swampers but they're still loud.
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Hey GeorgiaBoy. Can you tell us some info on the truck. Lift etc
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All it's got is 33x12.50x18 mud grapplers on stock rims no lift or level, 15% window tint, and black low profile toolbox. The rest of the truck is stock.
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