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1993 4.0 exhaust

sorry guys i serched and dident really find any thing... i was wondering if u guys could help me out.

well i have a 1993 4.0 single cab splash and i wanted to get a new cat back exhaust i want duals but i dont know what muffler to get i was hoping if u guys can help me outt... please tell me what echaust and if u can can u post a pic of the exhaust thanks.
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here's my duals with a flowmaster 40 series


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how much was that set up and did u put it on your self?
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I had a true dual set up on my 93 regular cab. It sounded good on the 3.slow so I bet it would sound even better on the 4.0. It was 2 single in/single out Flowmaster 40's with
3'' tips.
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how much was that set up and did u put it on your self?
It was done at an exhaust shop, so you could say it's custom, I really wouldn't have it any other way. It's not hard for an experienced exhaust shop to make duals going which ever way you want it going

It was pretty expensive for me, hell I think I paid 100 dollars for 2 stainless steel 3.5" x 22" tips, another 100 for the muffler, maybe 80 bucks in pipe plus the labor
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oh yeah... well be what i have read in other fourms too i think i might go for the flowmaster 40. but other susgestions will be nice


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if you want an exhaust done, goto whiteys automotive in chantilly. They have done exhausts on all of my cars and they are great people! Quention can do anything you want. He did a lightning style side exit on my ranger
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do you rember how much it was for that style. I really like that style
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I would love to see someone use a Bassani race muffler on a ranger and gut the cat.
Here is a race setup on a Mustang:
http://video.google.com/videoplay?do...Hhj6XKDA&hl=en
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i have a dynomax muffler on my ohv and i met someone with an sohc ranger with the flowmaster 40 and mine sounded so much better if you guys wanna hear my exhaust i will be happy to post it
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yeah plese post it.
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Yeah man I have a 93 Splash as well and to be honest I don't really like the duels out the back I am doing side exhast that comes out right under the body in front of the right rear tire. I have 40 series flowmasters on my muscle car and I like it on that car but for a everyday driver it would drive me nuts its to loud I am going with Borla or Bassani exhast on mine
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if you wanna hear mine in person your more than welcome too.
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ok so i have another question. if the pipe where the muff is 2'' what size inlit should i get on the new exhaust
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it doesn't matter really if the place you get it done at is good they will resize the piping to fit it....but go with 2 1/2 thats what i have on mine, if your pipes are to large it messes with the exhaust flow and can lower the amount of horsepower gain....so get it larger but not to large 2 1/2 is cutting it for a v-6 but if you had an 8 you could go larger due to the larger amount of exhaust flow...there are 2 main reasons for getting an exhaust, 1.better sound, and 2.more horsepower and to tell you the truth the 4.0L ohv doesnt have enough for me so im gonna buy an sohc and slap that in because its more of a higher end engine and it has a more aggressive cam but not as much torque :(
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waht style exhaust do i need? like a middle mliddle , or a left right ect..? please help
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I personally would go with magnaflow. Good tone and not drony at all in the cab.

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can some one please answer my question?
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like do i need a offset or center????
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waht style exhaust do i need? like a middle mliddle , or a left right ect..? please help
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can some one please answer my question?
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like do i need a offset or center????
Impatient much? Get offset in, if you do center in the muffler will hang low and be visible from the side. Outlets don't matter, whatever you want.
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so if im looking at it will it be on the left or right
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if you goto that place in chantilly he will do everything for ya
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so if im looking at it will it be on the left or right
It should be offset to the bottom of the muffler. Here's an example, offset in/center out

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