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Old 11-22-2011, 05:49 PM
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So, Im sure there are a thousand threads on this but , what is the biggest bang for my buck 4" straight pipe exhaust system? I would like the ability to install a muff if needed, if I find it too loud towing! But dont think I will... lol And i was looking at MBRP but what do you all recommend ill take part numbers if you have them. Thanks Guys!!!
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Old 11-22-2011, 06:03 PM
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diamond eye. you can find them new on ebay i got a 4'' turbo back dual exhaust for around 370 if i remember. its a great system
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performance truck products has single system for like 240 with a muffler
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I was thinking the same thing as you but after putting the 4in straight on I would not put a muffler on it... It can get loud when you open it up but I like it. IMO has no drone either.

My last truck was on 08 Toyota tundra with the 5.7 and a magnaflow cat back dual exhaust and it had a good sound but when towing it had a BAD drone...

I can't even notice a drone with my powerstroke even when towing.
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Price would also depend on the material of the exhaust pipe. Do you want SS304,SS409,carbon steel, aluminumized?
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Im thinking of the aluminized steel version mbrp. which is better installer or performance series? Is the ss worth the 1000 to 1200 price tag?
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Look at aligator preformance... Free shipping and aluminized 4 inch mbrp for i believe 284... Cheapest i found mbrp and very quick at getting it shipped to u


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Im thinking of the aluminized steel version mbrp. which is better installer or performance series? Is the ss worth the 1000 to 1200 price tag?
Im going to go out on a limb and advise you to consider, at a minimum, 409 stainless steel. Living in Alberta, you roads have got to have salt applied to them...I wouldn't have anything less than 409 stainless in an environment like that. Preferably, I'd rather have 304 but cost obviously becomes a factor.
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Old 11-22-2011, 07:23 PM
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From what I've heard, If your gonna go with the SS then you want the higher grade 304, otherwise it will probably rust. I've went with the aluminized, mostly cause the factory exhaust is not SS and it lasted 10+ years.
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Old 11-23-2011, 07:09 AM
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Thanks guys I agree the exhaust on my truck now has lasted this long not being ss so I thinks I will go with one that is aluminized. Xmass to me. Lol excited for the whistle!
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