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borla exhaust system

hey guys i have a 2001 regular ranger (not xlt or edge) automatic extended cad with 2wd or 4wd and i want a borla exhaust system to hook up on it. i was looking online and i cant find a borla system that fits my truck. i just wanted something that will give me a deep growl, not a high pitched trumpet sound. thanks guys.
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with 2wd or 4wd
what in the hell is that
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you no like how you can change it from 2 to 4x4 high or low. i keep it on 2wd in summer but when winter comes i change it to 4x4
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you no like how you can change it from 2 to 4x4 high or low. i keep it on 2wd in summer but when winter comes i change it to 4x4

Then your truck is just a 4wd.....we know it can switch between the two.

I think, borla and magnaflow will have the sound your looking for.....or as close as you can get with your motor. If you have the money, I would go Borla.
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you no like how you can change it from 2 to 4x4 high or low. i keep it on 2wd in summer but when winter comes i change it to 4x4
then just say you have a 4x4......
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You keep it in 4x4 all winter long?

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bump, I'm curious too

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i was looking online and i cant find a borla system that fits my truck.
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If all your wanting is more growl.. go with the largest pipe cat back you can find. The borla is a little on the quiet side IMO. Maybe a magnaflow would be best for what you want. They offer then in both SS and aluminized versions.

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**** my borla wasnt quiet. What I did was took it to a shop with a borla turbo muffler straight through one CI/CO design. And told them to upgrade all the pipe to 2.5 which is the cat back, and had a 3" tip that was 18" long on it. Worked great.
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