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Super 44 Dual Ebay Exhaust Trash or DIY Gold?

Discussion in '2nd Gen. Tacomas (2005-2015)' started by Taco Reaper96, Apr 8, 2018.

  1. Apr 8, 2018 at 10:07 PM
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    Taco Reaper96

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    Found this bolt on set up for our tacomas. They're producing multiple kits and for the price it seems like a steal.

    Other kits are avalible for different vehicles and they have good account reviews but no product reviews typical of ebay.

    It's not stainless but claims the tips are. Has anyone on here tried these? I'm going to assume there may be cutting to length needed. If the bends are incorrect it's a deal breaker. Thoughts?

    https://m.ebay.com/itm/05-12-Toyota...Tacoma&hash=item2ee3ba8985:g:TC0AAOSwLVZVpqFC
     
  2. Apr 8, 2018 at 10:54 PM
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    I hate clamps.
    My urd setup had clamps that leaked... got it welded and its good.

    As for your truck, do u need dual outs? A single muffler swap onto stock tubing should save u money.
     
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    And the super44 is pretty deep and may drone.
     
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    I'd prefer single rather then dual but it might look interesting with duals. They also have different sized magnaflow. I already have drone due to my current stock muffler going out. As long as it's not teeth/ panel rattling drone I'm good and I prefer a deep sounding exhaust. I usually just turn on the radio if I'm in an irritated mood and don't want the sound. I do alot of highway roughly around 2-2.5k is where the drone is. It would be more bearable if It was deeper.
     
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    I have an odd setup with headers, and a 3" exhaust.
    At first it was a magnaflow which sounded like poo

    Then i got a super44 and the drone was insane.
    I added an inline borla after the ypipe and it helped some.

    The super44 is VERY apt to drone, especially in an access cab.
     
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    Ideally I want something that has a noticeable deep note under 2k. Normal driving, startup etc. I had a thrush welded muffler on a 4.3 blazer that was decent but a bit too loud. I believe it was a equivalent 40 series but it was dumped just before the axle. Flow master seems to have the deepest notes but having the deepest note and little drown with noticeable but bearable noise would be my sweet spot. Eventually it's going to be paired with a CAI and a ov tune so the exhaust noise will smooth out a bit.
     
  8. Apr 8, 2018 at 11:28 PM
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    My gopro mic wont pickup the entire range... this exhaust rattles the walls a little in the 3rd bedroom from the garage. Super44 toned down with an inline borla.
    Youtube sucks for low freq examples as most mics pickup 20hz to 20khz.... most playback sources cant replicate much below 30hz anyhow tho.

    Heres a short video and it does it no justice
    https://youtu.be/d-M-CyyQz48
     
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    To compare, the beginning sequence here is a decent capture without the borla, and just the super44 and headers.
    The rasp was too much at higher rpm and the borla eventually tamed that.... so if u watch the freeway onramp part, disregard the rasp.
    https://youtu.be/Le0flUKOeIk
     
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    Sound is decent. You could mistake it for a v8 on low rpms. The problem with these engines is you'll never get that deep sound in high rpms. I imagine the reason for flowmaster deep sounds are due to it bouncing the sounds a bit in the hollow can before it exiting while others use straight through/sound deadening methods that absorb those lower frequencys along with the high raspy noises as well.
     

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