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I need to find a mufffler for my 97 I dont want to be louder just more flow you guys know of a good brand?
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Walker Big Truck Muffler is good. About 60 bucks through Advanced Auto when I ordered. 60 bucks installed. Just a small drone in the cab around 16-1800 RMP but I don't notice it anymore.



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do you have stock exhaust or aftermarket? if you got a stock exaust system, the stock muffler is already flow through on the older body style powerstrokes, the cat converter does most of the work and is the most restrictive part. replacing that with a good muffler so you have 2 mufflers should keep it quiet and open it up at the same time.


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do you have stock exhaust or aftermarket? if you got a stock exaust system, the stock muffler is already flow through on the older body style powerstrokes, the cat converter does most of the work and is the most restrictive part. replacing that with a good muffler so you have 2 mufflers should keep it quiet and open it up at the same time.
The OBS have that kinda muffler? Didn't know that



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