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Old 08-22-2011, 01:09 PM
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^good advice there. Magnaflow makes great mufflers, dynomax is another good choice that may be cheaper. Stick with a straight through design. A muffler swap won't give you and codes or sensor issues or anything like that. The longer the muffler, the quieter it will be. Since you're keeping the stock resonators, I agree the 22" would sound very mellow at cruising, but sound mean when you get on it. A flashpaq or predator along with the the intake and the exhaust would go great together. I seem to get the best mpg with the 93 performance tune with my flashpaq.
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