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Old 03-19-2010, 11:37 PM
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So, I have the K&N CIA and was looking towards the next mod, wondered what ya'll thought - what next? New exhaust (undecided specifics) or tuner (perhaps the superchip 3865) - if you could only do one for now, not knowing how long before being able to do the next.....thanks
I would get the 3865 tuner, and then just replace your Mufffler with a 3" straight through Stainless Steel Magnaflow muffler and have a magnaflow stainless y-pipe installed also. I can not see going with a full cat back systen and throwing away a perfectlly good stainless steel stock tail pipe.
Plus you will get better torque by running a single exhaust.
Dual exhause it great on a car, but our trucks like a little back preasure for more torque on the lower-mid power range.
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