Thanks man, just got home this evening. Seat of the pants tells me I lost a little low end, but it comes on much harder on top. I was taking the trash off Saturday morning and when I pulled out on the highway I jarred down on it pretty good. It accelerated nicely, but the road was a little damp and the rear end broke loose when it hit 4500rpm! I was surprised by that even on the damp road. Of course that's not normal driving but it is there when you really want it. I really wish I'd done some data logging before to have some better info to base it off of.
Finally got a chance to take it back in today. Had a different guy work on it. He was more than happy to check it out and fix the leak. He apologized and I told him I was just happy they were so willing to make it right. To me, it sounds completely different now that it's fixed than it did before, in a great way. I'm going to play around with my programmer over the next few days and see how it pans out. I think it was a good call to hook this thing up the way I did though rather than just go for looks and run two tail pipes. So thanks for the advice! I may have a tip put on later on to dress it up a bit, but for now it sounds great and screams in the higher rpm's.
I have the same muffler! cept mines SS. Those welds are TERRIBLE!!! haha. i like the set up you used. I think mines the one you saw that was dumped. The only downfall is a little drone out on the highway. How ya liking it now that its broken in real good? I swear by Dynomax so it'll be nice to get another thumbs up from a pround new Dynomax owner.
Last edited by bigredtruck; 02-10-2012 at 12:22 AM.