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Old 08-22-2004, 07:49 PM   #1
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Single exhaust question.

Looking to make my 97 v6 3.8 mustang sound pretty, but a little strapped for the cash. Was looking at exhaust kits, but then got to thinking that the main piece that I need is the actual muffler. Don't plan on taking the cats off or splitting to dual, and I was wondering if it was a good deal to buy a Flowmaster 40 off of ebay then have a local install it. So, what do you think? Keep in mind I'm looking for cheap and decent. Thanks




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good price and flows sound awesome
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Dang Flowmasters sound good. Any recommendations for a combination muffler + flowmaster exhaust to get?
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Never settling sounds great, but your feet can only climb as high as the ladder stands. Don't get me wrong, jumping is fun too, but it usually makes your *** hurt and I can't afford a sore bum right now either!
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What is the actual sum of money you are working with would really help me to be able to answer your question. For example here in Greenville, SC I got a custom Dual Exhaust installed with Dynomax Ultraflows for $ 250.00 at a local muffler shop
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bout 100-150
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my vote is to save it till u get enough to go with duals. you won't be dissapointed. do it right the first time
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Yep save it dude. wait till you can spend 300 - 350 then you will have clear options
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I've got a single flow in mine now, just until I can get the duals welded in. save your $, go dual. THe single sounds fine, but eventually, you'll want duals.
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