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Old 03-15-2013, 07:51 AM   #1
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Another member came up with this idea, I'm just kicking it off. Post up your YouTube exhaust clips so that guys that are wanting a different sound have a place to look with different setups to see what they like or don't like. This is not a brand debate thread so don't start a Flowmaster vs Magnaflow vs (whoever you like) or trash another members system like what tends to happen on some threads. When you post be sure to tell what motor and include how many cats, pipe diameter, duals or singles, what kind of tip you have, and any other notes.


I'll start both systems are with a Flowmaster 40, 2.5" pipe and a 3" resonator tip.
With just the front cats off

All of them off
It doesn't cackle as much as the video shows, its loud when you're on it but at highway speed it doesn't drone
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Old 03-15-2013, 09:19 AM   #2
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This is mine. 2002 4.2L V6 all cats still in place si/do muffler srry can't Remember the name of it. It's not a flow master I think is some off brand. The shop I got it done at said it was a very good one. I agree. It's 2.5 inch pipe and just your regular chrome angle cut tips. No resonator.

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Took me literally 45 minutes to find a spot to take the video since living in a city where people are everywhere sucks HAHA but the video is alright, i'll take a better one tomorrow and i'm not a fan of putting the camera behind the exhaust pipe so i did the video this way
@BrowningSCrewm: that's eventually what im gonna do to my truck, i just have other things to fix first. Nice sounding truck though

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Took me literally 45 minutes to find a spot to take the video since living in a city where people are everywhere sucks HAHA but the video is alright, i'll take a better one tomorrow and i'm not a fan of putting the camera behind the exhaust pipe so i did the video this way
@BrowningSCrewm: that's eventually what im gonna do to my truck, i just have other things to fix first. Nice sounding truck though
Thanks man
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Thanks for the thread Browning.
5.4L , Muffler Delete, Rear Cat Delete, Front-High Flows with 02's, True Duals with X pipe for a little back pressure.

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Thanks for the thread Browning.
5.4L , Muffler Delete, Rear Cat Delete, Front-High Flows with 02's, True Duals with X pipe for a little back pressure.

Video Link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=o2tFjXO_2GQ
That sounds mean, probably what I would have done if my truck had came stock.
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That sounds mean, probably what I would have done if my truck had came stock.
I had a set of long tubes on it a while back. Was hauling my sisters Traverse about 200miles (combined weight with trailer was close to 9000lbs) and I guess the pressure surmounted and blew the end of the header pipe off of the existing pipe. I eventually sold them to a friend here at home.

Damn that was a loud ride back though.
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I had a set of long tubes on it a while back. Was hauling my sisters Traverse about 200miles (combined weight with trailer was close to 9000lbs) and I guess the pressure surmounted and blew the end of the header pipe off of the existing pipe. I eventually sold them to a friend here at home.

Damn that was a loud ride back though.
I'd say so, rolling monster truck style
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I'd say so, rolling monster truck style
haha I heard a loud popping sound and suddenly, all I heard was the exhaust coming out right under my floorboard. It was super annoying! I prefer the exhaust to come out the back.
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I would say so, I have a minor manifold leak and its way annoying
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