Mufflers

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  1. AMS3

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    So in a month or so, I'll be adding B&B longtube 1 3/4" X 3" headers, no cats, QTP cutouts, but not sure about which mufflers to get. Ya'll have any special preference for your trucks? I'd like to have a rumbling growl.
     
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    Ummmm........ B&B
     
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    B&B has THE lowest sound out there.
     
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    Really? Who do ya'll recommend then? I am not an exhaust expert, so my knowledge of companies that make headers is limited. I had Kooks headers installed on my 05 QC SLT, but they don't sell the V-10 headers. I want the best sound and performance I can get.
     
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    By lowest I mean deepest.
    I have the full B&B exhaust and it's great.
     
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    I wouldn't trade it for anything else.
     
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    Ahh, I misunderstood you and Psycho. What muffler do you recommend? The cutouts are just for my own smile.
     
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    Go with the full B&B system, you can have a muffler shop weld your cut-outs in.
     
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    On a different note I have Belanger headers and looks like Flowmaster chamber mufflers and electric cut outs. Sounds real good
     
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    So I've been surfing Youtube for exhaust sound, and stumbled across one with Wicked Flow Kamikaze mufflers. It sounds badass. I might go with that, instead of B&B mufflers.



    https://www.wickedflow.com/
     
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    My exhaust was custom made in a muffler shop long before I bought her but I like it. The problem with off the shelf systems for us is the freight cost to NZ.
    $1200+ So our muffler shops fabricate a lot of systems. I will take some pics
     
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    Have a look at these for ideas. I like the way it's balanced rather than all down 1 side
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    WOW, that's a lot of cash just for shipping!
     
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    It has a heat wrap on it. Has multiple uses, keeps heat down when near floor or starter motors etc, keeps heat in helps with the chimney effect like a fireplace, if you use on headers it keeps the under hood temp down heaps, good for ol' 6 cylinder engine with triple side draught Weber's
     
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    Right?

    Do you have 2 different mufflers on it?
     
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    36 inch glass packs
     
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    View attachment 63417. That looks like Venomous1 muffler or a flowmaster?
     
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    I'm picking Flowmaster or similar chamber muffler. Coby (hotdog) mufflers on rear
     
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    Ahh got it Kiwi... "hot dogs" makes sense now in your signature.2.5" tail sections with hot dogs. :D

    So 4 mufflers..curious...any videos with the sound? Start up and then rev?