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Old 11-25-2009, 07:37 PM
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Question I want deeper tone

hey guys i have a 96 psd and i am wanting a deeper exhaust tone i have already cut the cat and muffler and im running 2 7" stacks i just want a better tone what can i do?

Other mods are intake a ts performance chip and 3 inch downpipe.
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Old 11-25-2009, 07:47 PM
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you can do a full exhaust rather than just delete the cat and the muffler... you can also add a hi flow muffler to change the note, wont be louder, just deeper
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where would i put the high flow muffler and any brand u recomend?
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i know that stacks are cool but for a deeper tone you need size and length for a deep tone you could do as i did and run a single 7" straight pipe all the way back with a turnout and the turnout is really a big part of the tone.

I drive a log truck with a 600 cat and i have tried many pipes to get the right tone i wanted and that is what i have found that I like to hear nice rumbly tone without the harsh snappy crackle.

thats my 2 cents anyway
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i actually used to have the 5 inch all the way out the back but the crackle got annoying after a year or so
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Make a chamber for the exhaust to resonate in, out of big exhaust pipe or somthing of the likeness. Place it where the cat was. A downpipe will help with sound too. Tuning and timing can change the tone.
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put a 12 valve in it thatl give er a deeper tone
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Old 11-26-2009, 06:42 AM
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i thought about the 12 valve conversion but i think im gunna stay with some exhaust modifications and the chamber idea i dont quites get what thats gunna do?
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My friend has stacks on his 7.3 and has a chamber on it. I gives the sound waves a place to reverberate in. This gives a deeper tone. Think of the sound difference a set of flowmaster mufflers gives a gas motor compared to straight pipes.
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Old 11-26-2009, 08:14 PM
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oh i gotcha and how exactly would i go about building one of these?
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