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Old 12-23-2013, 10:50 PM   #1
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Single Exhaust with new muffler?

Finally getting a exhaust mod tomorrow, new flowmaster 44 on stock pipes. just wondering how satisfied others who just switched out their muffler on the v6 sn95 where.
also, i've heard that the stock 2.25 inch piping is quiet, is it worth getting the larger diameter installed?
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Finally getting a exhaust mod tomorrow, new flowmaster 44 on stock pipes. just wondering how satisfied others who just switched out their muffler on the v6 sn95 where.
also, i've heard that the stock 2.25 inch piping is quiet, is it worth getting the larger diameter installed?
I think waiting until you can do a dual exhaust is more worth your time. Replace the y pipe with a 2.5in h pipe that leads to a 3in muffler. You'll love it!!
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Old 12-23-2013, 11:36 PM   #3
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Or go divorced, loudest set up for those mufflers
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Exactly what you are going to do is what I have on mine and I'm happy with it, I like it much better over the stock muffler
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thanks for replies, getting my shop to instal it today just want an exhaust i can hear at idle
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I went straight pipe on my stock exhaust. Sounded better after I dropped the 4.2 in it.
Has a great idle, drone isn't bad or anything. Since its only at like 1800rpm on the highway.

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Old 12-30-2013, 10:15 PM   #7
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My local shop swapped the mufflers for a reasonable $37. overall i glad with the results for a $110 total exhaust mod. 1200 rpm have a slight drone but nothing to complain about
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I have exactly what you are talking about and didn't notice much of a difference at first but after a little while I could tell a noticeable difference. It is deeper and louder I am satisfied but I want to convert to dual now
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I have exactly what you are talking about and didn't notice much of a difference at first but after a little while I could tell a noticeable difference. It is deeper and louder I am satisfied but I want to convert to dual now
My setup, I feel, is as loud as it gets. I have custom divorced duals, 2.5in pipe leading to 3in flow 10s, then dumps right at the back tire. I can take a sound clip for you so you know what you can get.
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