You want loud, get dual Flowmaster single chambers :flame:
You kids crack me up.KOEHRSENLB said:yeah true duals are great for high rpm stuff(youll gain performance there with the right mufflers), but you lose low-end torque with the backpressure drop. or you might be like me and baby the throttle everywhere but the tollway and it might be something to consider
With that 4.8, even with the sc, I would go no more than 2 1/2. 3 inch will kill any low end that the 4.8 might have. Just my .02deve8edsilv said:91_bowtie, i have an o3 that i am going to do true dual with some flows---remove fuel tank, put fuel cell where spare tire was. it is a 4.8l and i am going to put a kenne bell s/c on it. i was thinking of going with 2 5/8 inch maybe 3, but i thought 3 might be overkill.
ever seen a civic with 4 inch pipes? its slower than too days91_bowtie said:You kids crack me up.
If you have mufflers on the truck, and run pipe smaller than 3" diameter, you will not have a back pressure problem. :read: Unless you run huge pipe, you will not lose any lowend. Many people think "bigger is better," and they run much bigger pipe than necesary; then they start complaining that they lost all of their low-end. If the dual system is designed properly, it will outperform a single pipe sytem every time.
I have no idea what motor you're running, so it's hard to tell you what size pipe to run.