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Old 01-14-2013, 07:03 PM
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Can you please post a link to those hi flows your talking about... I would really appreciate it.


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Here's the Ryder truck parts link. They flow like 3100 CFM.

Muffler, M100463, Donaldson - Ryder Fleet Products

The mufflers look like this, they are the same thing that Pittsburg Power sells but for about $50 a piece less.

A look at a cutaway .

Quiet Performance Classic 51.5 universal stack muffler - Pittsburgh Power - High performance diesel




Read this link talking about these mufflers.

high flow mufflers - Page 3


Not only will you get better exhaust flow and fuel milage., but it will also result in a lower soot count in your oil, which in turn is better for the engine in your truck.
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Old 01-14-2013, 07:18 PM
spool up that turbo!!


 

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So I'm looking at it on my phone and it LOOKS like a straight pipe system but actually has a muffler???

That looks kinda cool.!!!



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So I'm looking at it on my phone and it LOOKS like a straight pipe system but actually has a muffler???



That looks kinda cool.!!!



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If you look close, that slightly tapered piece, cone, in the center bounces the sound waves to the sides without affecting the air flow. I could tell the difference in how my truck ran after putting them on, plus, it didn't use as much oil between oil changes, and like I said, I picked up almost .5mpg. Those mufflers paid for themselves within a month.

I wouldn't recommend them if I didn't like them.
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Old 01-15-2013, 06:25 PM
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No no no. I wasn't discrediting you at all.!!
I apreciate you helping me.
What I meant is, I like how they look compared to a stock muffler because they don't add "diameter" to the pipe and make it look like a straight pipe.
I like that because I technically just want that solid pipe look all the way up.

That's how It works right..?
The hi flow muffler has approx the same OD as the actual pipe.


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Old 01-16-2013, 03:23 PM
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That muffler is the exact size of the stock mufflers, so you heat shields, brackets, etc fit. It's just different on the inside. You want the heat shields on, the first time you burn yourself on a hot exhaust pipe, you're gonna hate it.

I swapped mine out in about an hour.
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I see.... Ok i'll look into it. Thanks
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The beast after a nice acid bath

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Must have been a good piece of cake...

Nice rig eli
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Just know, that once you get it all polished up, keep the acid away from it. If you wash it at a Blue Beacon, have them use the Citra Shine on it, it won't dull the aluminum.
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