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Old 11-05-2009, 08:59 AM
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Originally Posted by CHILLZ HEMI View Post
Ive heard that the flowmaster set-up is the worst for the RAMs with MDS...It makes it sound raspy when your cruising down the highway...

This isn't always true, it depends on what Flowmaster series mufflers you have as well as you're CAT-back setup. I have heard some MEAN Hemi RAM's with Flowmasters on them.

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Originally Posted by armyrgr View Post
thanks, i don't know why i didn't think of this, but heres another option. i'm thinking now to just do a full flowmaster exhaust but just have the shop that puts it on take the stock tips off and put on the flowmaster pipe. i really like the way the stock tips look under the new rear bumber... what do yall think?
I take it you have the stock dual exhaust that came with new 4th-Generation Rams? Is it true dual exhaust or a single in/dual out muffler?
You're right about keeping the stock tips (at least that's what I think you mentioned), they look great blended in with that rear bumper on the new RAMs.
But let me know what series mufflers you're thinking about putting on there, as well as what is the current exhaust setup on your truck.
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