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Old 03-21-2016, 02:40 AM
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Just picked up a magna flow muffler for my 99kota I just got last week putting on in the morning pretty excited to see how it sounds and if its a noticeable difference in acceleration
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Old 08-08-2016, 02:47 AM
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2004 SXT/ sport base model
single in single out 3" flow master 40
the plan is to get a high flow cat. and some new headers, but can't find any that will fit. yes I could swap for a V8 but I like the 3.6
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Old 12-18-2016, 05:42 PM
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Im running Ebay headers with 2.25 separate pipes replacing tbe stock Y.. a dual in/out flowmaster 50 replaces cat and stock muffler. A bung was installed to keep upstream O2 and fuel control
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I need some input here. I am not a performance guy and don't know a hole lot about it. I have an 2006 Dakota SLT extended Cab(Club Cab) 4.7L. I am considering installing a system on my truck. My questions are
1: What do you Suggest?
2: What is the benefit other than sound and torque?
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I guess this is a dead thread. I'll try somewhere else for info. Thanks anyway
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Well to answer your first question im not much help as my set up is custom, hopefuly someone with more experience there can chime in, otherwise best bet is to find sound clips and see which you prefer. As for the benefits, sounds the biggest, and depending on the system an increase in power, along with possibly a slight increase in fuel economy, if you can keep from hitting the gas for more sound that is.
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I have a question about dual exhaust on a 3.7 2004 Dakota would it be possible to bracket the back of the y pipe cut the collecter of the back add extensions to the y stagger the lengths to help the uneven length of the y put two glass packs on side by side which I think would be no bigger in diameter then the original muffler and dump the tail out the side or take them to the rear
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