Which one sounds better? For racecars, obviously, knock yourself out. Please refresh this page and try again. Exhaust noise originates in the combustion chamber of the engine. They usually sound basically the same at idle, but when they wind up it kinda smooths the sound out. If the cats are very close to the header collector, or are not down under the truck (my Vmax has the cats up in the downward area near the engine/trans), then put the balance tube under the truck. I've always did true duals on my trucks in the ... SilveradoSierra.com - Chevy Truck Forum | Silverado Sierra GMC Truck Forums The only site focused on Silverado/Sierra trucks exclusively. Here is an example of my down pipes and cat setup (similar to what mine look like, but I'm not sure if it is the exact same). The wider pipes also provide greater tone. By If you are running a 350 making over 300hp, I'd run 2 1/4" or 2 1/2" pipe to same dia mufflers. We and our partners share information on your use of this website to help improve your experience. Mandrel bent pipes decrease back pressure, and bolt-on installation is easy. For your scenario, I would stick with true duals if you already have most the parts. I think a true dual system with an H pipe will suit you great! If I had a custom system done (cat-back), could the shop put in hole and nuts for the O2 sensors? Exhaust are something that can certainly start debates. My buddy has the single muffler Duals out and he dosnt like it likes the sound of my truck better so hes doin the two mufflers. Upgrading from a single exhaust to a dual exhaust system can have a significant impact. What are the advantages of having 1 muffler and having 2? The availability of single and dual exhaust systems depends on the number of exhaust manifolds your vehicle has. I understand your desire to use stainless steel. However, some vehicles may have dual exhaust tips while the overall system is still single, or may split at the muffler, which results in a dual exit on what is technically still a single exhaust system. Just like the thought that an engine needs back pressure. Usually about 18inches behind the header collector if you can go that far, but can be closer. In this guide, we'll talk about the differences between them and why you'd want one over the other. Is having all 8 cyl. Or know of a kit that is what I'm looking for? I would put at least one flange that can be unbolted between the two sides or better yet, put a flange near each side so the majority of the crossover can be removed for maintenance. Sound is such a personal preference. It has a nice aggressive sound without too much drone in the cab. It is going to be the easiest. In a true dual exhaust system, each exhaust manifold is attached to its own, independent exhaust system. However, some vehicles may have dual exhaust tips while the overall system is still single, or may split at the muffler, which results in a dual exit on what is technically still a single exhaust system. I see you guys have done some research since then. They do make stainless mufflers along with the aluminized. Before the cats, between the cats and mufflers, or after the mufflers? The most aggressive sound offering, the Flowmaster Outlaw Exhaust System is available in several different dual-exit configurations, including a true dual exhaust. Can A 1995 K2500 7.4L Be run with out cats and mufflers. Well got a truck that needs a exhaust put on it and plan on gettin the flowmaster super 44 series. The pipes come down from the headers, into 2 separate cats, and stay separate all the way back. 85 by Luke GMC 8.1 [OP] » Apr 19 2011, 12:24am, by starspangled6.0 » Apr 19 2011, 12:30am, think done since mufflers exhaust muffler check power guys free another love problem help thanks back same trucks mine nice getting, Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 13 guests. I have a '98 K1500 Z71 5.7L. On a dual exhaust system, each manifold gets its own series of exhaust pipes. All in all, this aFe system gives you the power you need and the sound to back it up. Well got a truck that needs a exhaust put on it and plan on gettin the flowmaster super 44 series. This way, the exhaust system will remain balanced. Our experts can help. I understand the desire to run stainless, but I have just never seen a stainless flowmaster 40 series. Most OEM exhaust systems use a single exhaust design since it is less expensive to produce and provides a good balance of power and economy. As for a muffler, I don't really know what to recommend for you there. The H pipe should go in front of the cats. A true dual system without a crossover pipe is an outdated design and you will more than likely be leaving power on the table.
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