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Exhaust Help

Discussion in '1st Gen. Tacomas' started by HARDSHELLTACO, Apr 30, 2009.

  1. HARDSHELLTACO

    HARDSHELLTACO [OP] HoofHearted

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    Anyone have magnaflow exhaust on 1st gen dbl cab v6 4x4. Found it for $373 shipped which seems like a good price.
     
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    Toyota Truck Well-Known Member

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    Magnaflow Muffler-TSB springs-Nuvi 265wt-aFe pro dry s filter-Husky Liners-Blue dome light-extra d-rings-OME 90000 sport struts-885 coils-N182 shocks-TSB AAL-LR UCAs-procomp black alloy rims- nitto terra grapplers-20% tint
    It your truck do what you want, but why not just get the muffler? With a catback your paying for pipes you already have except there SS. I got my SS Magnaflow for $160 bucks installed and Iam very happy with it. just my .02
     
  3. Dustin03

    Dustin03 The Cooler King

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    Ditto. If you take a look at your exhaust, the pipes on the 1st Gen are already pretty big, and they're manderel-bent. Unless you plan on getting into some serious engine upgrades, I don't think it's the best way to go.

    Have you thought about just getting the muffler, and maybe a stainless tip? That gets you the sound and the looks for cheap.
     
  4. HARDSHELLTACO

    HARDSHELLTACO [OP] HoofHearted

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    I thought about that but my pipes as well as my muffler are rusted pretty bad. Looks like $h!t. I could put the cat back system on myself and not have to pay someone to do it.
     
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