I have a 2003 v6 completely stock and want more power. What's the way to go?
Is that the one that hooks up to the y pipe? If so I highly doubt you will get the desired sound or hardly any performance increase. Sounds like the best option is just to call a couple different muffler shops in your area and see what it will cost to fabricate and install either a divorced, X, or H pipe setup. Should be around the same price, if not cheaper.Zweissk8 said:Would you guys recommend the Mac dual exhaust conversion from AM?
i'd just get some quotes from different exhaust shops....ask what the average cost on a true dual exhaust if you provide the mufflers, and the cost if they provide the mufflers (if thats the case what mufflers do they have). the more shops you call the better...once you find your perfect muffler shop you'll never go elsewhere lol. :good:Would you guys recommend the Mac dual exhaust conversion from AM?
I have the Mac dual exhaust from AM it sounds pretty damn good for what it is. I like it, here's a video of mine: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mCe8x695z_M&feature=youtube_gdata_playerI have a 2003 v6 completely stock and want more power. What's the way to go?