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Old 07-13-2012, 02:57 AM
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here mine,flowmaster 40series original dumped 12in after muffler
muffler was $57 new on ebay and went to the muffler shop to
have it installed with a drop down for $50

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I finally got my glasspack on
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Old 08-03-2012, 12:06 PM
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Vibrant sells some really nice resonators/ultra quiet mufflers that make nice replacments for the stock unit without increasing it too much.
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Old 08-05-2012, 10:41 AM
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Here is my original setup, Magnaflow high-flow cat, Flowmaster 40 series, 2.5" custom tailpipe.




Here is my current setup, Magnaflow high-flow cat, Flowmaster super 10, 2.5" custom tailpipe, no tip yet.

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got a flowmaster 40 series with the 2 1/2 inch custom stainless steel pipe and i love the way it roars. wish i had a vid :/
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Default Performance exhaust system:

Just installed Patriot 60" side pipes, true duals, XX XXX. I had the computer re-programmed so it does not see the rear o2 sensor since it is not there. By the way, I drive a '98 blazer and it sounds great.

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Old 10-11-2012, 07:36 PM
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Default No muffler, no pipe.

I cut the muffler off with a torch and it sounds good but its loud as hell inside with no pipe going out to the rear of the vehicle, its just cut off below the passenger seat. I plan to either put on a Thrush Welded or just run pipe out to the back with no muffler.
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Take and cut off your muffler and run dual pipes from the cat back it will sound awesome
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Ok so my brother cut the exhaust of his 97 blazer then sold it to me after taking ownership it started acting up while driving so i parked it an when i went to start it gave me trouble but finally started but had no power when i hit the gas didn't move from any gear so i changened the oi an tranny fluid just to find a leak in my transmision pan so i picked up a tranny pan gasket (haven't installed yet)changed oil and filter and new plugs and wires new starter (cause it wanted to strip out at the same time) and when i reconnected every thing it started backfiring repeatedly so i picked up new distributor, new distributor rotor, new battery, new belt and had a broken elbow on my pcv so replaced pcv and elbow but it still backfires but stops for few minutes if i open throttle all the way ANY IDEAS I'M ON EDGE JUST SANK BOUT 1500 IN PARTS AN STILL ON JACK STANDS

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Old 10-03-2013, 05:57 PM
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If i go and get all the pipe from cat back cut off and then get them to put 3in pipe from cat back would it sound good and be a good performance decision?
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