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right now i have LT headers, ORY to a Center/Center 3" Inlet/Outlet 14" Body Length, 20" Overall Length Magnaflow PN#14219. its way to loud, and now that my truck is lowered, the exhaust is cut right after the muffler, so it makes it even worse.

i'd like to quiet it down alot so that way i can cruise in my truck with 4 people, windows down, on a long trip and not worry about annoying exhaust.


Tell me what to get and what to do.


thanks
-Shaun
 

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Get a tailpipe, 18" muff, and a resonator further upstream.
 

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have an exhaust shop bend up a piece to clear the rear axle and run it a few inches short to being at the very rear of truck, you wont hear it in the cab much and still wont be able to see an ugly tip
yeah thats the plan, but i still want to change the muffler or add something to it to make it quiter then it was before. just don't know what to go with.
 

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damn dude, nice
 

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I've got long tubes, gutted cats, and a FM 50 SUV w/tail pipes out the back. I had a Delta 40 and it resonanted. I then installed the 50 SUV dumped just behind the cab. It sounded awesome but was too loud cruising. I then put tails on it. This setup is the best balance I've found. It has great tone and volume but is not annoying at all when cruising. It doesn't drone or resonate in the cab. Don't listen to all the FM bashing. You'll only find 3-5 HP difference on a dyno between any two mufflers. I guarantee you to love the FM 50 SUV muffler.
 
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