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Old 03-06-2010
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Dumped FlowMaster 40?

Ive been looking for a new tune from my 95 2.3l
I intend on getting a 351w within the next few years but I want something fun right now. I was looking at a cherrybomb but I hear they sound too ricey. I just want to dump my exhaust right after the muffler.
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You have 4 cylinder, everything is going to sound ricey dumped. Running pipes from the muffler will cut down on the 'riceyness'
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hmmm intriguing.
i guess i could just get it welded into my current set up
or just buy the whole kit
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i have a 40 with sidepipes.....

sounds like a nice rumble at idle but ricey when running around town.....
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This will be my next muffler. Gonna try it out this summer.
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i might give the side exhaust a try.
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Go for it. If you do, post some pics and a vid of it
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i might get a borla tip for it too. get it side swept ahead of my passenger rear tire
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i might get a borla tip for it too. get it side swept ahead of my passenger rear tire
I just got my exhaust done the same way, with a Flowmaster 40. Im actually considering getting a different muffler. Its freakin loud, and gets pretty raspy between 2500-4000 rpm range. Sounds good at idle, but like I said, almost too loud for my liking.
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I did the same thing guys (passenger side dump out in front of RR tire/Flowmaster 40)....I absolutely love it! only bad thing is that i cant sneak out of somewhere Im not supposed to be anymore
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Do you guys have any pictures of your trucks?
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