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Old 03-04-2014, 11:02 PM   #1
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Hi guys. I'm planning on upgrading to true dual exhaust this summer, I already bought mac ceramic longtubes from my friend ($180) and a shorty mac prochamber for $120, I want to know what kind of mufflers would go well with this setup? I want a deep, loud note, but not extremely loud (not like racecar loud, lol) Any help is appreciated! Thanks!

Also, what do i need to get to prevent the check engine light from coming on with the longtube headers and catless midpipe?
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Flowmaster 40's, should sound pretty deep.
You'll need a tune, or mil eliminators to get rid of the check engine light.
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Flowmaster 40's, should sound pretty deep.
You'll need a tune, or mil eliminators to get rid of the check engine light.

Just 1 pair of mil eliminators? Or do i need 2?
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I agree some flows on a v6 always sound good
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A lot of people like the flow 10's with a prochamber
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Just 1 pair of mil eliminators? Or do i need 2?

I'm pretty sure you only need one pair.
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I'm pretty sure you only need one pair.

And I don't need any O2 extensions right? The mil eliminators are enough?
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If its catless, flow 10's would probably sound too loud and not as deep as the flow 40's.
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If its catless, flow 10's would probably sound too loud and not as deep as the flow 40's.

Gotcha. I'll get the 40's then. Thanks for the advice!
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You need a tune to turn the cell off or mill elevators on the rear. You will still need the rear o2s. If you want to learn more about mill elimators---->TeamNECO - MIL Eliminator How To
Basically the back o2 sensors make sure the ECUs cell gets the right frequency and checks fuel mixture.
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Anyone have a pypes on their pony? Looking to upgrade and pypes seems to be the way to go
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I agree some flows on a v6 always sound good

Anyone have a pypes on their pony? Looking to upgrade. Pypes or Flowmasters
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Anyone have a pypes on their pony? Looking to upgrade. Pypes or Flowmasters

Flow masters without a doubt
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You need a tune to turn the cell off or mill elevators on the rear. You will still need the rear o2s. If you want to learn more about mill elimators---->TeamNECO - MIL Eliminator How To
Basically the back o2 sensors make sure the ECUs cell gets the right frequency and checks fuel mixture.
I'm pretty sure the upstream o2's register A/F ratio, and the downstream o2's are there to monitor the output and health of your catalytic converter. so if your going w/o cats you dont need the rear o2's
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