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Old 11-17-2003, 11:32 AM   #11
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unless shipping is that much cheaper, summit saves you $.04
summitracing.com - 72.95
jegs.com - 72.99

I don't think you'll find any place cheaper than those two.
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i like my flowmaster sounds good!
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Jegs = $72.99 + $8.99 handling (free shipping) Grand total of $81.98
Summit Racing = $72.95 + $8.45 shipping. Grand total of $81.40
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Ok when i get a flowmaster 80 series muffler should i get the 3 inch off set inlet with the 2 1/2 out lets or the 2 1/2 inlet and outlet?
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i got the 2.5 in and dual 2.5 out. that should work fine if you are either sc or n/a. i did have to get an adapter because my stock tubing is 2.25.
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Ok i was just making sure. Because im going to order it and i didnt know which size i should order Thanx
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