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Old 07-28-2014, 12:42 PM   #14601
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Looking at my own pics, i am thinking that exhaust has to go. Thinking dynatech long tubes and magnaflow high flow cats and mufflers.
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Looking at my own pics, i am thinking that exhaust has to go. Thinking dynatech long tubes and magnaflow high flow cats and mufflers.
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Looking at my own pics, i am thinking that exhaust has to go. Thinking dynatech long tubes and magnaflow high flow cats and mufflers.
I love my magnaflow magnapack. Plus they sound amazing in dual setups!!
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I love my magnaflow magnapack. Plus they sound amazing in dual setups!!
I love my magnaflow as well
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I love my magnaflow as well
It does have a nice tone but mufflers are not for me
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It does have a nice tone but mufflers are not for me
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Not sure if ive asked before but what do yall think about a max-headliner, i would take my headliner down an spray adheasive all over it an lay it down tight do yall think that would work i dont want it sagging.... Thats my problem the headliner in my truck is in prestine condition, so im undecided.
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Not sure if ive asked before but what do yall think about a max-headliner, i would take my headliner down an spray adheasive all over it an lay it down tight do yall think that would work i dont want it sagging.... Thats my problem the headliner in my truck is in prestine condition, so im undecided.
Get a headliner from a junk yard to try it on
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