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Old 09-02-2013, 07:06 PM   #1
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2000 v6 exhaust

I just got my 2000 v6 and I'm trying to save money but I want a good exhaust I was thinking either the h pipe adapter and magnaflow manga pack catback or just the Mac dual exhaust conversion from American muscle the Mac is A LOT cheaper but I want good sound any help?
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I just got my 2000 v6 and I'm trying to save money but I want a good exhaust I was thinking either the h pipe adapter and magnaflow manga pack catback or just the Mac dual exhaust conversion from American muscle the Mac is A LOT cheaper but I want good sound any help?
The conversion kits are really restrictive, so go with the H. How loud do you want it?
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I want it as loud and CHEAP as I can get it
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I want it as loud and CHEAP as I can get it
Do my set up. I have divorced flow 40's too 3" chrome tips, it's pretty loud.
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I want it as loud and CHEAP as I can get it
Divorced duals and glasspacks or flowmaster 10s or magnapacks. Loudest combinations
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Do my set up. I have divorced flow 40's too 3" chrome tips, it's pretty loud.
Where can I get this and about how much?
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I don't wanna spend no more than $6-700
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I don't wanna spend no more than $6-700
My combinations would take about 300 including materials and labor
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You won't spend that much unless you get full borla exhaust. That ****s expensive. Flowmaster will not run you that much
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You won't spend that much unless you get full borla exhaust. That ****s expensive. Flowmaster will not run you that much
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Wow when I think cheap I think $250-300 lol...$700 is like buying my exhaust new.
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Wow when I think cheap I think $250-300 lol...$700 is like buying my exhaust new.
+1 I got almost 700 in my exhaust. It's staying for awhile. Too expensive to switch out. Unless I swap mufflers.
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My combinations would take about 300 including materials and labor
Where could I get it?
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It's put together so he bought stuff separate and had it install or done himself. I'm guessing
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Wow when I think cheap I think $250-300 lol...$700 is like buying my exhaust new.
Well most of the cat backs I see are around $4-600 and I still need the H pipe
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I'm running divorced duals with slp loudmouth 1's. about $200 in material and did all the work mysrlf
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Where could I get it?
Flowmaster ten series, Magnaflow Magnapacks or any brand of glasspacks can be bought at an auto parts store. If it's not in store, they will have it online. As for the divorced duals part, you would just need an exhaust shop (or you if you can weld) to cut your y pipe after the catalytic converters, weld in pipes after the cut, then down to the mufflers. If you don't have a pipe bender you can run dumps. If it's done at a shop, it's up to you if you have tail pipes or not.

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I got the MAC exhaust and it sounds really good! not super loud but has a great tone and deep. I also have a cold air intake so that helps a bit. I am very happy with it

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And if you want it louder or less restrictive you could do a mid pipe later on just my opinion
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How loud does conversion duals sound with two cats, no mufflers???
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Well most of the cat backs I see are around $4-600 and I still need the H pipe
never buy a pre built v6 exhaust...buy a GT one and have a muffler shop cut the y pipe off of your current car. then they can weld up the GT catback easily. you'll be way happier with a true dual exhaust over the y pipe duals they sell for v6's
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never buy a pre built v6 exhaust...buy a GT one and have a muffler shop cut the y pipe off of your current car. then they can weld up the GT catback easily. you'll be way happier with a true dual exhaust over the y pipe duals they sell for v6's
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My thing is Im a broke teenager I needed something kinda cheep and that I could do myself and the MAC was the best fit only like $350 plus hangers and I got it on myself in under two hours. it sound good and if I want it louder sometime when I have more cash I can cut 2 cats off and get a H mid pipe.
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My thing is Im a broke teenager I needed something kinda cheep and that I could do myself and the MAC was the best fit only like $350 plus hangers and I got it on myself in under two hours. it sound good and if I want it louder sometime when I have more cash I can cut 2 cats off and get a H mid pipe.
you'd have to get a mid pipe and new flow tubes for when you cut the y pipe out
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yeah I know that I didn't make what I meant very clear. I could cut my exhaust where the y meets the kit and put a H pipe in or cut my cats. one question where would my H pipe go like what would I have to remove to put it in would it be where my current exhaust makes a kind of X
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yeah I know that I didn't make what I meant very clear. I could cut my exhaust where the y meets the kit and put a H pipe in or cut my cats. one question where would my H pipe go like what would I have to remove to put it in would it be where my current exhaust makes a kind of X
You would have to cut your conversion kit too and run pipe to connect the cut y pipe to it
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never buy a pre built v6 exhaust...buy a GT one and have a muffler shop cut the y pipe off of your current car. then they can weld up the GT catback easily. you'll be way happier with a true dual exhaust over the y pipe duals they sell for v6's
What would be the best mufflers for divorced duals?
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What would be the best mufflers for divorced duals?
Depends what kind of sound you want
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I want a deep and loud
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I'd say Flow 40s with a prochamber (kind of midpipe) but that adds 150+ to the price. Your best bet is probably Flow 40s with divorced duals. You'd cut the y pipe, weld in pipe down to the two mufflers, and then youre done if you're doing it yourself. If a shop is doing it, then you can get it ran out the back through tailpipes. If you do it yourself and dump it, you'd only need pipe, hangers, and mufflers. The pipe is cheap, as is the hangers, and the mufflers are 75 each. So 200 total maximum
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I'd say Flow 40s with a prochamber (kind of midpipe) but that adds 150+ to the price. Your best bet is probably Flow 40s with divorced duals. You'd cut the y pipe, weld in pipe down to the two mufflers, and then youre done if you're doing it yourself. If a shop is doing it, then you can get it ran out the back through tailpipes. If you do it yourself and dump it, you'd only need pipe, hangers, and mufflers. The pipe is cheap, as is the hangers, and the mufflers are 75 each. So 200 total maximum
What about flowmaster 10s or welded thrush?
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What about flowmaster 10s or welded thrush?
Those are a lot louder but not as deep
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What about flowmaster 10s or welded thrush?
thrush welds are the same thing as a flowmaster 40
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