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Old 10-27-2011, 05:22 PM   #1
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Exhaust Configuration Questions

ok so i need help deciding on what kind of exhaust i want, i know what muffler im going with Flowmaster super 10 series. but dont know whether or not to go oh and the tips are going to be 4 inch straight cut on a 45

A)single in single out dump after axle w/a 4 inch tip

B) Single in dual out dump after axle w/4 inch tips on both

C) Single in dual out w/knee stabbers and 4 inch tips

pic of option C very similar to what im talking about but i want the tips slanted down so that you cant see the turn in the exhaust tubing
not my truck just found one on Google images

i am very open to ideas and suggestions, please post pics to give me ideas!!! and im kinda leaning toward option C
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Old 10-27-2011, 06:07 PM   #3
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duals out the back with 4" tips aggressive angle cut
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I hope you dont regret your muffler choice.
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4'' tips? lol dude..you have a v6. don't be a poser.

And just go single, i have yet to see a dual setup on our trucks that looks good, and i have seem plently.

also you have to remember that the 3.4l is kind picky about its back pressure. you'll have to run like 2'' or smaller dual pipes to keep the back pressure up were it likes it. Hell i have a mangaflow 14'' muffler with 2.5'' pipe out and it has stalled on me twice due to not enough BP.
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A. Duals don't look good on any truck unless it is a new Ram with the bumper cutouts.
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I hope you dont regret your muffler choice.
i already have a Flowmaster 2chamber on it right now and i love the sound just want it louder


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4'' tips? lol dude..you have a v6. don't be a poser.

And just go single, i have yet to see a dual setup on our trucks that looks good, and i have seem plently.

also you have to remember that the 3.4l is kind picky about its back pressure. you'll have to run like 2'' or smaller dual pipes to keep the back pressure up were it likes it. Hell i have a mangaflow 14'' muffler with 2.5'' pipe out and it has stalled on me twice due to not enough BP.
if you think 4" tips on a v6 is poser you should have seen my green taco with the 6" tip coming out in front of the rear tire and i got many compliments on it oh and it was a 4 banger, you have to remember im from cali its what we like out here lol

but anyways why would it stall out from no bp it shouldnt affect it that much
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I have the Super 10's on my Chevelle & I can tell you that the more pipe you have after the muffler, the better it sounds.
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I'm about function over form.. But I do like it clean. ... Aeroturbine 2525 2.5in pipe dumped over axle... An when you do the bend over ur rear axle make sure the axle don't hit the pipes on full flex.. If you explore the dangerous mall parking lots the go ahead with ur dual idea.. But if you really wheel expect them pipes to be smashed in the first hour on a decent trail
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I'm about function over form.. But I do like it clean. ... Aeroturbine 2525 2.5in pipe dumped over axle... An when you do the bend over ur rear axle make sure the axle don't hit the pipes on full flex.. If you explore the dangerous mall parking lots the go ahead with ur dual idea.. But if you really wheel expect them pipes to be smashed in the first hour on a decent trail
i agree to a point, i do a little more wheeling than the occasional sidewalk but nothing much more than a little mudding, or an easy trail
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ive got a magnaflow, Y-pipe, and 5in stainless tips tucked close to the bumper. everybody compliments the sound of my 4 banger. sorry i dont have pics right now
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ive got a magnaflow, Y-pipe, and 5in stainless tips tucked close to the bumper. everybody compliments the sound of my 4 banger. sorry i dont have pics right now
would you mind taking some pics? your setup interests me
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if you think 4" tips on a v6 is poser you should have seen my green taco with the 6" tip coming out in front of the rear tire and i got many compliments on it oh and it was a 4 banger, you have to remember im from cali its what we like out here lol

but anyways why would it stall out from no bp it shouldnt affect it that much

lol well oookkay then

coming off of high revs mine did. Do some searching and you will see.

also 2nd gens look great with duals, my dads is. 1st gens don't tho. best of luck to proving me wrong tho.
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