Thread: 4.7L v8 exhaust
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Old 01-10-2013, 10:54 PM
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Duals don't really offer any benefit performance wise, so it is more cost effective to go with single, especially since the oem tubing is SS, mandrel bent, and sized well.

If you go too large you will lose power. The restrictive portions of the exhaust are the manifolds, the y pipe, and the muffler. The rest of the system is as good as it gets.
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