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Dual Exhaust

HEY GUYS,
I'm thinking about putting a dual exhuast system on my truck. It's a 2004 Ranger 3.0 v6.
Any suggestions?
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Well how do you want it to sound? The flowmaster 40's are always nice and most popular
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Thats what i have but i am about to dumb my exhaust shorter once i get more info. Borla is a good brand to
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That's definetely a new idea!

Anyways, there are several cat-backs that fit your truck. So just reseach the sounds and prices and pick which best suites your needs.

Here's a few of the popular ones to get you started:
Borla
Flowmaster
Gibson
Magnaflow
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Got mine done at a local exhaust shop for $200, i got a glasspack with duals, there is a link in my signiture.
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Go with Borla definitely! You will NOT be disappointed. The Pro-XS is what I recommend, and you can get them on eBay for about $70 bucks, which is only a little bit more than a flowmaster 40, and it sounds sooooo much better
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My Gibson is pretty darn quite but a good sound. No drone @ Freeway speeds.

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My Gibson is pretty darn quite but a good sound. No drone @ Freeway speeds.

Rick
Do you have any video clips of your setup..
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i like mine...si/do 40 series flowmaster dumped....i think most guys who have it are satisfied...
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flowmaster 40 series sounds great on the 3.0
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Glass Packs are nice and loud and will improve gas milage!
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Flowmaster 40 series all the way...

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flowmaster 40 is the ONLY way to go
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+1 on the 40 series. If you want duals, you can get a single in/dual out on the flowmaster 40 series for like $70. I did on my 99 3.0, and I have loved every second of it...
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Flowmaster 40 DeltaFlow 2" s/i, 2" s/o dumped . . . got it last week and it sounds amazing and it hasn't even broken in yet
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Here's a few pictures of mine just to give you an idea of how you can run it. If you get it done right, it should last you a long time. It was coming straight out the back but I had to move it when I put the hitch on. I think I like it better now.
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nice set up, any sound clips of it crawly?
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But of course. Isn't it illegal to have a dual exhaust and not have a sound clip? lol....well if it isn't, it should be.
I'm a big Flowmaster fan, but I can't take anything away from Borla or Magnaflow, they're both really good names.

Flowmaster 40
Single in - Dual out custom bent from the CAT back.


If that doesn;t work, let me know lol
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Flowmaster 40 DeltaFlow 2" s/i, 2" s/o dumped . . . got it last week and it sounds amazing and it hasn't even broken in yet
thats what i have. its dumped right at the rear of the cab. Sounds good. But I have the 4.0
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sounds good man, i like it i dont have any video cameras to do a sound clip of mine.
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Thanks!
Have any sound clips of it dumped? I've never got to hear one set up like that. Yeah i love my 4.0 lol
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If you have a digital camera, you should be able to do a sound clip.

Anyway, Sara, get what you think sounds best. Do you want something more throaty or more poppy, like cherry bomb stuff? The 3.0L's sound pretty good with the Flow 40's and the Borla's on them I think. Just my opinion though.
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lol did u guys look at the date? 09-06-2006 the guy prob has one by now lol
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But of course. Isn't it illegal to have a dual exhaust and not have a sound clip? lol....well if it isn't, it should be.
I'm a big Flowmaster fan, but I can't take anything away from Borla or Magnaflow, they're both really good names.

Flowmaster 40
Single in - Dual out custom bent from the CAT back.


If that doesn;t work, let me know lol

sound really good. sounds like mine accept i got the si/so instead of dual
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