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Old 05-24-2007
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least expensive exhaust

whats the least expensive way to make my truck sound good and not ricy
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everyone has their prefernces if you search there are some sound clips around...flowmaster, magnaflow, borla, glass pack, gibson...
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Did you try searching??? Sorry but there are a million and 1 posts about this, there is one going on just recently. If you search active posts in the last day you will find it.....
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i got a cherry bomb and the clamps and hanger for $25 at auto zone, a little saw zaw work and clamp was all it took, about 10 minutes of work and 25$. thats pretty cheap sounds pretty good till you floor it. then you just hear air go straight threw.
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dude i wouldnt cheap out on your exhaust... spend the 60 bux and get a flow 40 and you will not be upset with your choice
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Dynomax is a good, reasonably priced brand. My Dynomax cat back system was $190 from Summit Racing, and came with all of the required hardware to install it (except for new flange bolts if you want new ones, $3 at Auto Zone). The fit is perfect, and it has a nice sound. Even on my 4 banger, it does not sound ricey. If you want something really loud, you might want to look at something else, but for a reasonably priced, nice sounding, quality muffler or cat back kit, you should look at Dynomax.
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I second the Dynomax choice. I only paid $160 and it sounds nice but not overly loud.
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straight pipe it. a couple of 2" 45 degree elbows for $10 a piece, a short chunk of 2" tubing for cheap, hacksaw...bye bye muffler, and a couple of exhaust clamps. That'll do it.

another good way to go cheap.....replace JUST the muffler.
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^^^^^2.25 inch pipe...
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