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ok, hears the deal-

started out w/ a 2" pipe and a turbo muffler. It was straight off the y pipe w/ no cat. sounded ok, and i did notice some gains over the stock exhaust, probably due to the removal of the cat.

Had a 50 series Flowmaster w/ the Delta Flow 2-1/4 muffler and pipe installed last night. They are a three chamber design. It's still connected to the y pipe, no header (yet!). It provided seat of the pants differance in acceleration, the motor revs much quicker from 2000 to 4500 rpm. Sound is considerably louder, it's a "healthy" rumble, not "tinny" like the Honda street punk w/ borla tips (I hate that!!)

Anyway, It is a good upgrade in performance,
cost was $215.00 installed, with the pipe run till it turns down at the rear shackle, all tucked up as high as possible.

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hey, did you install yourself or did you have it installed.. the reason im asking is im looking to get costume exahust and the $$$ sounded pretty good <IMG SRC="smilies/beer.gif" border="0">
 

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Price was installed at Arizona Exhaust Specialist in Prescott, AZ
 

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to respond to ToyTac98, spend some time shopping around. I just got a complete stainless steel (SS) exhaust put in, including a Dynomax SS muffler put in for $430 in the Boston area. I had already installed the header and supplied the free flow cat.... HTH
 

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I have a longtube header, 2 1/2" stainless pipe, and a 40 series Flowmaster on my truck. It's loud but it has a good sound to it. No chainsaw sound like the import cars.
 

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I just put a 40 series Delta Flow Flowmaster on my 95 4Runner. I truely does make a difference. It's like my 4Runner was being suffocated all these years, and finally is able to breathe. <IMG SRC="smilies/smile.gif" border="0">
 
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