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Old 06-04-2009, 08:23 PM   #1
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that is the current stock exhaust seteup i currently have.

i measured the end of the muffler tip and i believe it was 2 1/4


I am looking to replace both mufflers with some flowmasters super44

Whats the exact inlet/outlet size i need and what style? cuz there different styles where the piping is.
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Um, I really don't know, but since no one else has posted I'll just say that my dad had to get his exhaust fixed recently becuase it cracked, and we went to a Mineke station that pretty much just does muffler and exhaust work. They were pretty cheap to put in a new pipe and weld it, so you might want to stop there and ask if they can tell you.
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Any good Muffler Shop SHOULD have the equipment to flare pipe to match whats factory so its really what you want to go with on piping

Frankly and this is the more expensive way to do it but Id go to a shop and have them go from as close to the resonator as possible and put in an actual "Y" pipe which is usually 2 1/2 and continue that size pipe to a set of Flow 40 series or Magnaflows of the same equivalence, recommended by most if using duals, and finish with a nice set of tips

Purplehazier'* Dual Magnaflows can be seen/heard here - Magna Flow Mufflers and Hi-Flow Cat on Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Danthurs' Dual Series 40 Flows here - videos :: exhaust video by dthurs2000 - Photobucket

you can always PM either for more information but maybe that will help some... good luck
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