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    Jr. Apprentice z7177's Avatar
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    Default flowmaster super 44

    Heys guys i want to run a super 44 muffler but idk wheather to run a true duel cat back system H with each pipe having an idvidual muffler or a Y with 3in pipe in a 2 out. I was just wondering what yall would suggest.

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    my truck has 3" in and two 2.5" out. i'm very content with it.
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    Single in, dual out and no bigger than 2.5" is my suggestion.
    Trevor - Huntington Beach, CA
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    i have the 44 and its single in and duel out 2.5

    2004 1500 silverado z71
    3inch lift 33inch bfg at ta ko
    flowmaster eghaust intake
    smoke third brake light and tail light
    15% tint on front windows
    and system
    BLACK
    BEAUTY
    Z71

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    Just replaced my whole system. i put a maganflow with a 3 in and super 44 3in in and out. love the sounds think i got a little hp out of the deal too.

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    alright thanks for the help

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    Nothing bigger then 2.5 after the muffler for duals, depending on your truck you could actually lose power if it doesnt have enough back pressure, I would just stick with single in/dual out.
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    I have the single in dual out 2.5" super 44. It's the loudest thing I've heard with stock pipes. I'm a freak for the raw horsepower sound. After you install one of these, if it is not loud enough start looking at headers, high flow cats etc. I have a magnaflow muffler I bought from Thunderracing for 75 bucks that I'm trying to sell for 50 bucks. Had it on my truck for 2 days. Just in case you're looking at magnaflow.
    Hope this helps.
    Adam
    01 Silverado ext cab
    5.3 Vortec
    117,000 miles
    2" drop shackles, bak-flip bed cover, 1 10 stealth enclosure, 600 watt mtx amp, 20% tint, flowmaster super44

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