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Old October 9th, 2010, 07:06 AM
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Default Looking to redo my Exhaust on my 1995 F150

I've got a 1995 F150 and I am looking to redo my exhaust. Headers and all. 2 1/2" is fine. Can anyone suggest any good sounding kits out there? Currently I have Bassani headers all the way to the tip except for the muffler. I swapped it out for a louder cherry bomb.

I would like to go lower in sound if I could but still sound aggresive. Any suggestions?

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i had LT headers and flowmaster super 44's, wasnt too loud unless it got over say 2000 rpms... currently running a magnaflow cat and a super 44, ant the exhaust is pretty quiet unless i spin over 3000 rpm... i personaly like having a loud truck but i couldnt have one when i was on the night shift...

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dnyomax bullets sound awesome. and the big the pipe the better the sound(to me). wouldnt know about headers though
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ya gota get an auto cut-out
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Lol thats basically what I have now! I am looking for more of a low rumble.




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Magna Flow is what i run but it sounds like you need a Slowmaster... i mean flowmaster.

I personally love all my magna flows.


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I would go with Flowmaster or Dynomax if you want sound like that.

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well check out a video of my buddies truck red..and mine Grey they are two different sounds and same truck really


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simple flow master 2 chamber it has a good deep sound . and no crackl crackl if you down shift
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flowmaster has a super 10 series






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