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Old 12-21-2011, 11:14 AM
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Depending on what you do you will or won't lose power. Most of the exhaust is very free flowing, but the restrictive parts are the exhaust manifolds, the y pipe, and the muffler. Most people do a muffler swap and some do a y pipe swap as well. Some do headers but they are expensive and sometimes cause other problems. I would recommend swapping out the stock muffler to a straight through type like a magnaflow, then also maybe swapping to a good y pipe (magnaflow also has one).
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