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Im replacing my cat and I was just thinking while I have everything off I might as well replace the catback as well since its looking pretty tired. What would be my best option that is as close to stock as possible. Not looking much in the performance direction I just want something that is quiet for daily driving. I read a few threads that the flowmaster would be the best for quiet but what do you guys think. Thanks
 
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if u wanna go cheap,A cherry bomb turbo. They are a tiny bit louder then stock,has a good rumble. and only 25 bucks at autozone. Dont buy a cherry bomb glasspack unless u wanna be loud as frig.
 
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i need a whole catback not just the muffler,money isnt much of an issue to make sure it sounds quiet.
 
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i need a whole catback not just the muffler,money isnt much of an issue to make sure it sounds quiet.
2 1/4 inch piping running single in single out or duals(single in, dual out), either way and definitely get a Dynomax muffler. They are some of the quietest out there imo. If you look around, you will see how quiet they really are. Just my .02 though.

Don't go with a flowmaster or magnaflow as they are louder than what you want. So my vote is for a Dynomax.
 
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2 1/4 inch piping running single in single out or duals(single in, dual out), either way and definitely get a Dynomax muffler. They are some of the quietest out there imo. If you look around, you will see how quiet they really are. Just my .02 though.

Don't go with a flowmaster or magnaflow as they are louder than what you want. So my vote is for a Dynomax.
Thanks for the help ill look into it. any other thoughts are greatly appreciated
 
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