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Old 07-11-2011, 12:58 PM
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I'd suggest you do what blackramhemi suggested. For the money, you can add shortie headers that will bolt up to the stock exhaust, and then put in a good Y pipe, and since you already have a better flowing muffler you'll have a pretty decent exhaust system. It will get slightly louder, not crazy though. With longtubes it would be much louder. You should be able to install shorty headers yourself, it might take you a day, or weekend, though. It's just unbolting the original manifolds, then bolting the new headers on, but its just a pain to get in there. I know on my friends old 3rd gen ram we took the inner fenders off to put his longtubes on, made it much easier.
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