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Old 04-04-2010, 06:57 PM   #1
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Hey guys,
1) I want the Flowmasters 40 series but they only make the 50 series for my 2005 Tacoma DC LB. I was wondering how some of you got the 40 series on your truck and where should I get them?

2) If I get the Douglas Long tube, what would go between the headers and cat back system if you have to delete the cat when you install the long tubes?

3) What other mods do I need if I get the TRD S/C, to get the optimal boost?

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Hey guys,
1) I want the Flowmasters 40 series but they only make the 50 series for my 2005 Tacoma DC LB. I was wondering how some of you got the 40 series on your truck and where should I get them?

2) If I get the Douglas Long tube, what would go between the headers and cat back system if you have to delete the cat when you install the long tubes?

3) What other mods do I need if I get the TRD S/C, to get the optimal boost?

Thanks
1. Buy the muffler by itself, take it to a welder and have them weld it in. Simple as that. Most exhaust shops are usually FM dealers, so you shouldn't have any problems finding one.

2. The DTLT are a bolt-on replacement for the OEM maninfolds. Our trucks have 2 sets of cats, 1 on the manifolds, and 1 in the y-pipe. The y-pipe is going to be the middle man between the headers and catback.

3. A free-flowing CAI will greatly increase the blower's efficiency.
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