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Old 06-19-2011, 04:44 PM
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Question Another exhaust kit question

Is there any performance differences in a $260.00 exhaust kit made by company "A" and their $650.00 kit? Or does it boil down to the life of the kit?
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Old 06-19-2011, 04:48 PM
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Well they are normally all the same. It is the materials they are made of that make the difference on how long they last. And some company's make them better, for easier install.
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It usually comes down to quality of material, and whether or not it has been mandrel bent or not. For the most part, piping is piping.
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If by company 'A' you mean Diamond Eye, I say go for it. Have had my 4" aluminum on my truck since 2008 and I love it. Not sure if there's another kit that sells for that cheap.
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Generally they are made from different materials. Most sell aluminized steel ones, which are cheap and wont last. Then most offer different qualities of stainless steel. The more you spend the longer it will last for the most part.
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aluminized will last longer, my friend has an aluminized kit and a stainless muffler. the muffler has almost rusted in two. i had diamond eye and loved it, i have a mbrp aluminized goin on tomorrow so i will let you know if its any better i wish i wouldve waited and just bought another diamond eye kit
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Old 06-19-2011, 06:11 PM
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So who do you think makes the better ones?
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thats like asking what oil everyone uses....

I've been happy with my mbrp stainless

(btw, aluminized steel is the cheapest out there, its just steel with an aluminized coating, get something better than that if you live in a place that uses salt in the winter)
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Old 06-19-2011, 06:35 PM
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I got my stainless Magnaflow for under $300, 4", turbo back. Couldn't be happier.
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