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Old 03-15-2005
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exaust?

Has anyone put a nice loud healthy rumble from an exaust on a 3.0 v6 ranger? if so what do u have? i wanna have duel exaust with a nice rumble to it.
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My truck is a 3.0 V6 and i've got a Flowmaster Super 40 3" SI/SO with a turned down tip and i had the pipe between the muffler and cat upgraded to a 3" pipe and its a very deep loud tone and when u get into the higher RPM's it really sounds mean.
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Nice...gonna have to check that stuff out...i like the sounds on old cameros, mustangs, and transams
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My truck is a 3.0 V6 and i've got a Flowmaster Super 40 3" SI/SO with a turned down tip and i had the pipe between the muffler and cat upgraded to a 3" pipe and its a very deep loud tone and when u get into the higher RPM's it really sounds mean.
Got a sound clip of this?
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Sadly no, I have no idea how id go about making a sound clip for u guys?
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go flows SI/DO with 3 1/2" tips. looks and sounds great. the bigger the pipe you go, the clearer she sounds but you start to lose power and benefits around 3" so i wouldnt go over 2 1/2" pipe.
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3" tip ok?
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yeah i have the single inlet dual outlet flow 40 series, and as long as you use 2 1/2" tubing w/ 3" tips, it sounds great. no idea about sound clips, but the idle is wicked, and if you get unrestricted intake when u stomp on it, it really opens it up and makes it meeeean. plus it adds a few horsepower. never hurts.
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so...with what u guys are saying, go to the shop and tell them i want exactly what? like a list of everything i need on it... like everything i need for mean. oh and im wanting dual out the back exaust, if that helps.

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When I took mine to the muffler shop I already had the muffler and all i did was tell em to put that one on, upgrade the pipe between the cat and muffler, and turn the exhaust down. Just know what u want it took me 3 tries b4 i got my exhaust like i wanted it to sound.
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