Got my Appointment on Friday!!

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  1. alaskatabby

    alaskatabby Full Access Member

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    So I'm gettin the exhaust done on Friday!! WOOWHO!!

    Now i just need to decide if I want to do a single or a dual...

    The guy doing it recommended a single with a vortex muffler... But I'm leaning towards dual straight pipe..

    opinions??
     
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    FLfirefighter STORMTROOPER EDTION

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    Duel out the passenger side had my old truck that way it was awesome sounding. you can hear it really good but it is also not annoying.
     
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    yea, go duals. now you can either go true duals, which means 2 mufflers, si/so, or you can do a dual muffler, si/do. I have this setup on my 4.6 runnin a Super 44. Its quiet when I'm cruisin, but sets off car alarms if I ROMP it.
     
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    Depends on how annoyed you get with cab drone. You drive on the highway a lot? Several factors should help you make your decision. I drive on the interstate and can't stand a loud exhaust after about 25 miles up the road. To me there's nothing more annoying then hearing WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAA on a long trip. I know a lot of these younger guys want their trucks loud enough to wake the dead, but I prefer a nice tuned sounding exhaust any day over a loud ass cracking hot mess. Just my .02 cents...

    Single in dual out Flowmaster should make for a loud, aggressive sound.
     
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    Thats the reason I went si/do on my flowmaster. its quiet on the highway (i do 100mi/day) but righteous when in it. Glad to hear someone else has the same taste.
     
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    I think My flowmaster supper 44 sounds deep and mean...it's a dual in dual out and dumped behind the back axle. Ask bigun how it sounds....
     
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    :cheers2:

    I've had to learn from experience, trust me. There's nothing worse then getting a new muffler/exhaust installed then realizing you can't hear chit going down the interstate at normal highway speeds. I like to hear it if I gun it to pass someone, but just a ton of cab drone, I'll pass.

    Like many mods, exhaust setups depend on a person's taste most of the time. Some people like them as loud as they can be, and others just like a mellow aggressive tone most of the time.
     
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    I say true dual straight pipes !!!
     
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    No way ^^^
     
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    Agreed, what he said...FTW!!!!
     

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