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    Hiyas,


    I know exhaust treads have been done a million times... But i really need some good opions here... Besides any forum of Headeres atm, what type of exsaust should i get, that will be done at a shop for under 175$ Preety much evreything except my Y pipe is bad/gone.....

    Im wanting to be quiet / Decent millage / Not really caring to much about h/p


    Thanks mangs :->


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    #2
    Go to the parts store and get a stock replacement muffler and tailpipe.

    Cheap, not great for performance, and quiet. Mileage won't be much different.
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      #3
      Do NOT for any reason get a stock muffler....Stock tail and a stock y-pipe aren't too expensive, but at least geta better muffler....The stock replacements go down to like 1" on the inside...Just replacing the muffler, you will notice a huge difference in performance....

      upgrading to a stock H-pipe and stock duals with a decent muffler won't cost too much.
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        #4
        I just checked the price of a stock replacement muffler at Advance, and they want $75 for it. That said, go with what mrltd said about the muffler. Super Turbos are pretty quiet and cheap.
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          #5
          Even a 2 chamber flowmaster will be very quiet on an otherwise stock exhaust...

          example 1st gear the whole time...Stock single exhaust with a 2.25" flowmaster 2 chamber...
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            #6
            Originally posted by mrltd
            Even a 2 chamber flowmaster will be very quiet on an otherwise stock exhaust...

            example 1st gear the whole time...Stock single exhaust with a 2.25" flowmaster 2 chamber...
            Even quieter than that is a Flowmaster Delta 50. they are a lot quieter than a 40. Im gonna replace my 40's with some 50's
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              #7
              Now thats preety dern queit... What about cat's Suposedley they cant take them compley off any more, so i might have to get some sort of new cat's Any recomendation for this? 2 chamber flow master muffler And a tail pipe so far :-D
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                #8
                Never could take cats off....Big no-no from the EPA...the 4 can be replaced with 2 though.
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                  #9
                  I only got two, and both are cloged... we dont have emmisions test here... I just dont know squat about Exhaust.. :-/ And dont they usualy run like 100$ a pice?
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                    #10
                    Nope, more like 45 bucks
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                      #11
                      ! thats not bad, so two cat's a two chamber flow muffler and a tail pipe for now ;-P Any one got a around price range? So when i go to have it done ill know if im getting screwed? And yea i know they all say " Depends on what needs to be done so i cant give yea a ball park figure" But when funds get limited so does work.. :-/
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                        #12
                        y pipe is 27 bucks, tails are 28 bucks...Stock H is 85 bucks.... all from advance auto (partsamerica)
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                          #13
                          I got the y pipe still so with the cat's and the tail pipe it's about 118 maybey at the shope 130 or so? Humm verry interesting. Thanks mang. :-D
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                            #14
                            You should spend a bit more and go for the stock h-pipe. My old Vic had the stock exhaust, complete with 4 cats, y-pipe, and stock muffler, and it sucked horendously. It sounded like a weak V6 and was very restricting. Go with 2 summit cats(they're cheap), stock h-pipe, and 2" summit turbos are $35 each(the 2.5" turbos are $15). Going with a dual exhaust will help you gain more power and better fuel economy. Win-Win.
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                              #15
                              Humm, if i would do it my self with this stuff, do i have to know how to weld. and how can i take my cat's off?
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