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    Default 09 silverado exhaust good idea or bad

    I just got my truck and Im thinking about cutting the pipes right after the cats and going straight back true dual to a x pipe then 2 magnaflow 4x9 mufflers the go behind the rear tire with 2 black SS tips. what do you guys think? Im doing it in 21/2 so I can make sure I keep back pressure

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    I think its a good idea.
    Trevor - Huntington Beach, CA
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    Hell yes to the "X" pipe! My old boyfriend had a 5.0 Mustang and he took off the factory exhaust and put true duals with the X pipe and it was a really drastic difference, I couldn't believe how that added to the sound of the exhaust. I would imagine it would sound pretty awesome on a truck also, why not also put an electric exhaust cut-out on the truck too? Just an idea.................AMY
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    I dont want that much sound out of the mufflers but I do want the performance. I also want to look into long tube headers. Any suggestions?

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