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my exhuast

Sorry i dont know how to format for youtube so its a little too widescreen lol oh well

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What kind of exhaust is that?
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Sounds nice! Flowmaster?
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Sounds good!
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Sounds nice.
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thanks. Yea its a flowmaster delta 40, 3in pipe and no cats
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delta 40 you say? any pics of the muffler itself?

EDIT: wait... no cats? i demand pics now.
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delta 40 you say? any pics of the muffler itself?

EDIT: wait... no cats? i demand pics now.
haha well there is nothing to really see. the cats are gutted. so they look like they are there. otherwise i would have to weld a o2 sensor fitting which i plan on doing soon with a set of headers. my camera is broken but if you would like i can shoot a video of it.
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Definfately the best I've heard so far.
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As in no cats do you mean you cut the last one out?
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sounds very good. I'm with powerranger, the best i've heard.
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any noticeable increase in power? sounds really good i might do the same. whats the downside to cutting out the cat? will it pass emitions in the future?
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Thanks ya'll.my truck only had 2 cats. i took them off and with a long chisel and a hammer i knock out all the insides. no noticeable power gain or loss. as far as passing emitions, we don't have them down here so i don't know exactly what they check. if its a visual inspection then yea you'll pas but if they test the pollution coming from the tailpipe then no lol def not. the only downside is that its a PITA to get it all out haha
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Oh and it smells like a boat exhaust lol
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dam sounds awesome, you think if i got my tips bent at a 45 or 90 degree angle instead of str8 out the back it would make it deeper?
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man that sounds sweet
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How is the drone on the highway?

I am looking to redo my exhaust and yours sounds great.
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that's sweet,one of the best sounding rangers i heard so far
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i should ask... to whoever knows most about flowmasters... do the 50 series sound just like that, but quieter? i want my truck to sound like that... but quieter...
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How is the drone on the highway?

I am looking to redo my exhaust and yours sounds great.

umm its not that bad i hear my tires more than the exhaust on the highway. but if you dont have badly worn mud tires than lol not sure how the drone is.
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That sounds really good.

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i should ask... to whoever knows most about flowmasters... do the 50 series sound just like that, but quieter? i want my truck to sound like that... but quieter...
Pretty much yeah but its alot quieter than that. And my 50 doesn't sound as throaty as this either, but I dunno if that's because mine is dumped. I'm also guessing if you ran a Delta 40 with your cats intact it would be a slightly quieter version of this truck.

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Yo man this set up sounds awesome i want to do the same thing how much money did you end up spending all said and done, and do you have any plans on getting your truck cammed??
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i would say about 300. it was 220 for the shop work and pipes and tips. and 50 for the muffler online. it is a flowmaster 40 delta flow. umm i havent really looked into camming it. what cams are there for the 4.0 ranger?
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