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Old 12-09-2013, 06:10 PM   #1
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Aluminized steel or stainless steel. What's the difference in quality? Not appearance.
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Aluminized steel or stainless steel. What's the difference in quality? Not appearance.
Stainless all the way. It will last much longer. It cost more but it's worth the money.
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Stainless all the way. It will last much longer. It cost more but it's worth the money.
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+1 Never heard of anyone with aluminized.
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+1 Never heard of anyone with aluminized.
Lol yeah you have. Anyone with a Flowmaster exhaust is most likely aluminized. Same with MAC anything, some Dynomax kits are only stainless on the mufflers/tips, any cheaper mid pipe/headers is going to be aluminized like BBK or Flowtech.

As for the original question, get stainless steel. Good stainless steel is going to last as long as the car vs aluminized rusting on you.
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Lol yeah you have. Anyone with a Flowmaster exhaust is most likely aluminized. Same with MAC anything, some Dynomax kits are only stainless on the mufflers/tips, any cheaper mid pipe/headers is going to be aluminized like BBK or Flowtech.

As for the original question, get stainless steel. Good stainless steel is going to last as long as the car vs aluminized rusting on you.
Ty, now I know Flowmasters are aluminized. Never knew that. All I know is stainless is the way to go.
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Unless it says stainless steel its going to be aluminized and half the time "stainless" exhaust are just the tips or maybe the mufflers and tips. You want a full stainless like a Magnaflow.

And yes Pypes is stainless but their product is still meh at best. Not all stainless steel is created equal and the stuff they use is the cheapest chinese "stainless" they can get.
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