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Old 07-07-2013, 09:39 PM
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Originally Posted by MikeMas View Post
Thanks so much guys - looks like a Flowmaster might be the trick - The bumber does not do anything for me the sideexhaust will work fine.

Love the sound as well - is there any increase of power or added mileage?

Thanks
Definitely a small increase in power and low end torque as any aftermarket exhaust will flow better than stock. It is very minimal though. The exhaust combined with a better flowing intake will give you a bit better fuel economy. A tuner will definitely help that as well.

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Originally Posted by Astartes View Post
ChEck my mods list. I bought an american thunder flowmaster catback. It goes around the spare. Hell i dont like the cutouts anyway! I hated the look of my weak single exhaust too.
That's the same kit I have.

OP, make sure you get the kit meant for a Ram WITHOUT factory duals. There is two different ones. The Flowmaster kit does have have the option to put the tips out the back if you want that as well. I'm personally not a fan of that on a truck without the cut outs.
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