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Old 07-24-2013, 05:26 PM
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So I have a 2010 ram 1500 SLT big horn with the stock dual exhaust. I trying to get the flowmaster 40 series muffler for it, well when I go to the flowmaster site to get the part number for it it says the 40 series doesn't fit my model 1500?? This can't be right and just for reference here is the part number I tried cause of my 3" inlet and duel 2.5" outs. If someone could give me a correct part number it would be much appreciated!!
or if this part number is correct just have to mod it somehow lemme know!
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As long as it's a 3" inlet and dual 2.5" outlet it will work. You will also need some extra 3" pipe to make up for the shortened muffler. But pretty much every exhaust shop will have that and will be able to install it for you no problem.
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Ok cool yea Thats what I was thinking, any idea how much people charge to do tht muffler swap?? Just curious I haven't looked into it yet but anyway Thanks man appreciate it!!
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I've seen a lot of guys posting that they spent around $100 to get their muffler swapped at a shop. Depending on the area/shop it could be a little more or it could be a little less.
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