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Old 08-01-2009, 04:44 PM   #1
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Where to buy dynomax?

I have seen some prices that people got quoted for the dynomax catback system on here. I was wondering where the cheapest place to get it from might be? Ive actually had trouble finding them. Ive called advance auto parts, 2 different locations, and neither could find it. Stupid people. Oreilly's said it would be $315
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Also is ordering the whole catback worth it or would just the muffler be suffient?
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Also is ordering the whole catback worth it or would just the muffler be suffient?
just order a dynomax super turbo muffler off ebay and have a local shop weld it in for you...in place of the stock muffler. should be alot cheaper......and essentially the same as a catback.
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just order a dynomax super turbo muffler off ebay and have a local shop weld it in for you...in place of the stock muffler. should be alot cheaper......and essentially the same as a catback.
That's what I was thinking but the cat back is 2.5 pipes and stock truck is 2.25 correct? Is that going to change any sound or power increase I might get?
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That's what I was thinking but the cat back is 2.5 pipes and stock truck is 2.25 correct? Is that going to change any sound or power increase I might get?
Not Much...

If you have a shop weld it in you will have no issues.

If you tried to install yourself w/band clamps, you would be SOL...
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Not Much...

If you have a shop weld it in you will have no issues.

If you tried to install yourself w/band clamps, you would be SOL...
Ok thanks. So which muffler to go with as far as
dynomax? The one that comes with the catback system? Which is the welded ss or??
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Ok thanks. So which muffler to go with as far as
dynomax? The one that comes with the catback system? Which is the welded ss or??
Personally, I would just purchase the muffler of your choice and have a shop weld it in. I made the mistake and installed the Borla catback, and regret it every day.

You could install about 3 mufflers in a 5 year period and still be under cost of a Catback
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i got the dynomax catback exhaust from summitracing.com. right now the price is $254.39. i believe the muffler it comes with is the Dynomax Performance 17219 - Dynomax Ultra Flo Welded Muffler. it is $72.95 also from summit and is stainless steel. i have had my exhaust for over a year now, and no problems. and it is a bolt on exhaust.
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I'd suggest go with Magnaflow instead, much better build quality. Iam returning a Dynomax I ordered because of the poor workmanship of it.

See the quality inside of the Ultra Flow X muffler. Not good at all.
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Personally, I would just purchase the muffler of your choice and have a shop weld it in. I made the mistake and installed the Borla catback, and regret it every day.

You could install about 3 mufflers in a 5 year period and still be under cost of a Catback

hey rox, how is your exhaust sounding now after breaking in a few days
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A good thread.
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Ive been looking at mufflers and none of the dynomax say they fit the tacoma. Only the catback system. But i can match the numbers as far as inlet and outlet size. and i thought it would be best to get the same size muffler that comes with the catback system which is 14x19 and 4 1/2 by 9 3/4.

How did you guys choose which size muffler to get?
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Ive been looking at mufflers and none of the dynomax say they fit the tacoma. Only the catback system. But i can match the numbers as far as inlet and outlet size. and i thought it would be best to get the same size muffler that comes with the catback system which is 14x19 and 4 1/2 by 9 3/4.

How did you guys choose which size muffler to get?
are you gonna get a shop to weld the muffler in? the inlet/outlet size dont have to match......they will flare out the ends to fit anyway.
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here ya go......

http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/DynoM...Q5fAccessories
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hey rox, how is your exhaust sounding now after breaking in a few days
The Borla sounded great over stock. But I never stopped at that point. Went straight to headers, Y-pipe mod, and so on.

Right now I have DTLT's, stock Y-pipe w/gutted Cats, resonator and borla catback = Perfect. maybe a little too quiet, but Im sure some would love that also
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The Borla sounded great over stock. But I never stopped at that point. Went straight to headers, Y-pipe mod, and so on.

Right now I have DTLT's, stock Y-pipe w/gutted Cats, resonator and borla catback = Perfect. maybe a little too quiet, but Im sure some would love that also

welded in a vibrant resonator, DTLT's, DT pipe bomb, and gibson catback.....still a slight rasp at 3k rpms, but sounds much better......gotta retorque and weld up a small leak near resonator.
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