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Who Sells A Muffler Delete Pipe?

I've had it with being quiet. I can't afford stacks @ the moment, so I want to ditch the Monster muffler & go with a "horizontal stack". Which brandname sells one? RAUL!!!! Where are you, bro!?!?!?!?

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im assuming this is for your 4" system in your sig? just measure how long of a pipe you need and go to a muffler shop and have them make you a 4" piece however long you need it with flared ends and put it in. this will be way way cheaper than buying something from a company. for example when i straight piped my factory muffler, a piece of 3.5" 25" long cost me 15 bucks compared to $65 plus shipping online.

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measure how big you need it.... MBRP makes one but its 30" long... let me know.... but hte above post is a good idea... a muffler shop should be able to cut a piece for cheap and weld it on

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im assuming this is for your 4" system in your sig? just measure how long of a pipe you need and go to a muffler shop and have them make you a 4" piece however long you need it with flared ends and put it in. this will be way way cheaper than buying something from a company. for example when i straight piped my factory muffler, a piece of 3.5" 25" long cost me 15 bucks compared to $65 plus shipping online.
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measure how big you need it.... MBRP makes one but its 30" long... let me know.... but hte above post is a good idea... a muffler shop should be able to cut a piece for cheap and weld it on

-Raul
Thanks, guys! Yeah, money is a bit tight & I don't know why I never thought of the muffler shop route. There's a Pioneer & Grainger in my area that can get me this pretty cheap. I appreciate it, fellas!

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