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so im looking to get a muffler for my 3.7 or a complete exahust setup? what is best and what type of muffler is good, is it better to just get a new "nice sounding" muffler or is it better to redo the whole exhaust? if so what do you guys have as setups, and do you have video's i can see and hear the exhaust!?

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so im looking to get a muffler for my 3.7 or a complete exahust setup? what is best and what type of muffler is good, is it better to just get a new "nice sounding" muffler or is it better to redo the whole exhaust? if so what do you guys have as setups, and do you have video's i can see and hear the exhaust!?

Thanks,

J
ive got a couple of exhaust vids on here but technically speaking my setup isnt legal...no cats and im running headers and FM super44 muffler. but a set up that sounds good with cats and stock manifolds is a dynomax ultra flow catback, ive ran it before and it runs great and sounds great.

Dynomax/cats and stock manifolds

https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?v=278914092168356&set=vb.100001493029224&type=3&theater


JBA Headers, no cats, FM super44

https://www.facebook.com/#!/photo.php?v=404616799598084&set=vb.100001493029224&type=3&theater
 

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i def like that dynomax! with stock.... i saw a vid on youtube with a thrush "welded" exhaust and it sounds real good, thats what i think im gonna do
 

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well thats a decent choice. dynomax is the parent company for thrush and the welded is similar to flowmaster 40 series
 

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ok cool, I'm thnking i like the welded the best for the 3.7, think im gonna go with that?! btw strongjeff in your second video, did you just remove the cats and straight piped it to the end or did you have a muffler after that?! i really like that setup! sounds very good! :)
 

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cut the cats and flowmaster super 44 after that dumped out the side
 

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Finally decided what il do, just put in a new muffler (flowmaster Thrush Welded) and split it at the end for the SRT setup! will get video of it soon!
 

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wellthat will work but its not a true dual setup, im in the works on a setup thats true duals
 

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yea, does it sound much better with actual duals or is the same? for duels you need 2 mufflers? bah i might as well just pop 1 muffler in and spit it at the end just for the srt look how exactly does the srt exhaust look?!
 

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oh ya, also got a a k&n 63 intake to install! that should be good too!
 

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yeah, that should work fine, and since its black, it will hide the carbon build up in the exhaust
 

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yea, does it sound much better with actual duals or is the same? for duels you need 2 mufflers? bah i might as well just pop 1 muffler in and spit it at the end just for the srt look how exactly does the srt exhaust look?!
for true duals you will need 2 mufflers, but they make mufflers that are 2 in and 2 out, thats the route im planing on
 
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