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Old 03-25-2013, 02:04 AM   #1
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Anyone have any input on this set up? I'm going to buy a muffler soon and it looks like I'm leaning toward DIDO
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I have dido with flow master 40s and it sounds good its not as loud as I wanted but I also put a x pipe on
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I have dido with flow master 40s and it sounds good its not as loud as I wanted but I also put a x pipe on
do you have a video of it?? Im debating on going with a true dual setup or DIDO, price is a big factor,
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No I don't have a video but there are some on YouTube or I can put one up!
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No I don't have a video but there are some on YouTube or I can put one up!
Alright cool, Im most likely going to buy my muffler this week
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Well I feel like a bit of a retard I have true duals but dido sounds about the same on you tube just a little louder and rougher... Face palm
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Well I feel like a bit of a retard I have true duals but dido sounds about the same on you tube just a little louder and rougher... Face palm
Yeah I'm planning on putting a DIDO magnaflow muffler, and putting an x pipe where the factory Y pipe was
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I kind of wish I had done that because I think it's a little louder than what I did but its too late now!
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I kind of wish I had done that because I think it's a little louder than what I did but its too late now!
What in/out size do you have? I'm having a tough time deciding which will be best
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From what I have been told from my local exhaust shop the ideal diameter on our trucks is 2.25"-2.5" for best performance on DI/DO.
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