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Old April 23rd, 2010, 09:32 PM
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Talking Custom Stainless Cat Back Dual Exhaust

Well...as I mentioned in the UPT, my Flowmaster exhaust system was starting to have issues. The pipe where the hangers were welded was failing and caused sizeable holes in the pipes. Figured I'd get it replaced before it went to hell completely.

Went to E&E Welding and Exhaust located in Mercer, PA (just over an hour from me). member Silverbullet turned me onto them. Real reasonable cost for a fully custom welded stainless system. Ran me $450 installed (used my credit card...otherwise the cash price was $420). Plus they let you hang around while they're doing the work and you get the chance to bullshit with them and see the great job they do.

I took pics with my phone while at the shop and then with my camera when I got back home. The muffler and tips are polished stainless. The rest is stainless which they then sprayed what is essentially engine paint. Definitely loving the sound and the look of the larger tips.

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Intersting, what kind of mufflers did they use? Also what type of tips?




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Interesting? okay....lol

If I remember correctly, it's a Jackson Racing Muffler....something along those lines. Similar to a flowmaster 40 series (which is what I had). This muffler seems to be slightly louder and have a more throaty sound to it....definitely happy with how it turned out.

The tips....4in stainless....don't know of a brand

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Sounds good to me as long as youre happy with it. Hell of a price! Did they keep your old stuff?




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450.00......Why dual? Just wondering, I went straight pipe and single, was told dual does not give you much more, I have great sound and cost was cheap, to cheap to mention..





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While I love stainless, polished is excessive

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450.00......Why dual? Just wondering, I went straight pipe and single, was told dual does not give you much more, I have great sound and cost was cheap, to cheap to mention..
dual for appearance purposes....just as before when i went with duals

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dual for appearance purposes....just as before when i went with duals
Exactly why I went dual. Looks really good man. Exactly what I paid for my setup but mines not stainless.
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how bout a close-up pic of the weld on the inlet of the muffler
I think I see something I don't like
also show me another weld, OK


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Looks great Matt, hopefully this one holds up a lot better. now time for tires!






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