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post #1 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-07-2013, 09:11 PM Thread Starter
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Dual exhaust

I have a 2010 chevy silverado and I'm looking at getting after market exhaust put on. I dont want anything to loud. which is a good brand?
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Re: Dual exhaust

Just put new stainless steel exhaust on my ford 250 Got it from Summit Racing They will beat anyones price

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Re: Dual exhaust

On a Chevy, Magnaflow sounds best, imho.
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post #4 of 24 (permalink) Old 06-08-2013, 09:49 AM
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Re: Dual exhaust

I always wanted a little bit of sound out of my '03 silverado, but am a little old school and couldn't see taking off the factory stainless exhaust, so I figured I would just wait until the factory exhaust needed replaced. Well, I'm still waiting!! 10+ years old with 235,000, friggin exhaust is still fine.
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Re: Dual exhaust

Just test drove a lightly used 2011 F150 last night....Lariat, but it had dual exhaust...super sweet truck but I'm not sure if I like the rumble on such a classy machine....it's one thing on my Harley, but a luxury truck? Just dunno.....

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Re: Dual exhaust

Myself, I prefer true dual exhaust and not split duels. Unfortunately most have to do split duelas with the stupid laws we have these days. I also prefer glass packs for that old school sound. I do have to say though, glass packs sound better in big blocks with higher compression than small blocks. I have had them on many older hot rods and jeeps and that is just my assessment of them.

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Re: Dual exhaust

Remember Orange Peelers?I think I might have some still around.They were the best soundin glass paks I think.
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Nothin sounds worse than an aftermarket exhaust on a diesel .They sound like a sick Evinrude as it,s sinkin to the bottom.
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Re: Dual exhaust

i'd love to duel my 364 (6L). unfortunately its stainless. not allowed till it goes bad, according to wife unit. it does have 2 cats and i'd love a set of cherry bombs out the back. as far as the diesel trucks, its for hauling freight,not running around town.

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Re: Dual exhaust

Just put new 4" turbo back stainless exhaust no muffler or cat and I think it sounds great. I had a head gasket blow for the second time on my 2006 ford f250 diesel with only 50000 miles and we did the studs and egr delete and a couple other mods so I got new exhaust right away as the factory was getting rusty. Picked up about 175 more horses and about 3 more mpg
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Nothin sounds worse than an aftermarket exhaust on a diesel .They sound like a sick Evinrude as it,s sinkin to the bottom.

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