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I just got my new truck today and want to get flowmasters. Does anyone have an idea of the price? Im going tomorrow morning but i just wanted to see if i could get a response tonight because im impatient.

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Check out jegs.com. Or you could could call your local shop and ask them wht it would cost to run 3in stright pipes with the cats. Then have have them throw on a set of glass packs. Its also might be cheaper. I have learned that you really cant here a exhaust from the cabin of most trucks unless you gun it. Were in my neon has a 2.25 inch duel exhaust and you can hear it in the cabin. But to me I really like to hear how my car sounds. It will only drown out the stero under hard boost. And no my car dosn't sound like a ricer burner. I have had many people say it sounds like a v-6

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My dad's F150 with dual rear exits was around $380-390 installed. I wanna say it was the delta series. It's not that loud compared to most of the trucks here. You do notice it a little bit inside but it's not bad.

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Nope his got it right; Flowmaster Exhaust System  ;)

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Back in the days when gas was around $1.50, I had an '85 Ford w/ a 351W.  I put the 50 series, 2 chamber on it w/ a single 3" and it sounded NICE coming out the back.  It still had the cat. converter, so it was tamed down a little bit.

I could hear it in the cab w/ the windows down, but isnt that the point of getting an exhaust system like that?   ;)  

Hated to get rid of it, but 6 MPG was not the most economical vehicle  LOL

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It cost me around $250 to put them on my F150 but the guy who put them on for me was a relative of my co-worker and he owned is own shop.

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If you have headers, just get the cherry bombs that bolt up to the collectors.

                       -searoach

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Thanks for the input guys, i got flowmasters. I got dual exhaust with chrome tips. It isn't as loud in the cab as i thoguht it would be it actually sounds incredible. Im extremely happy.My dream truck is coming together  :). Oh yea i paid 251$ installed.

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Thanks for the input guys, i got flowmasters. I got dual exhaust with chrome tips. It isn't as loud in the cab as i thoguht it would be it actually sounds incredible. Im extremely happy.My dream truck is coming together :). Oh yea i paid 251$ installed.

You made the right choice, love my original 40 series even on my V6. But $251 is a lot, did you do it yourself?

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If you have headers, just get the cherry bombs that bolt up to the collectors.

                       -searoach

Thoose CHERRY BOMBS are AWESOME!! My friend just put a pair on his Chevy 3/4 ton. It's BAAAAAD!!!

;) 8-)

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If you have headers, just get the cherry bombs that bolt up to the collectors.

                       -searoach

Thoose CHERRY BOMBS are AWESOME!! My friend just put a pair on his Chevy 3/4 ton. It's BAAAAAD!!!

;) 8-)

Yeah I am going to put them on my3/4 ton too, Then I think I am going for a "victory lap" SLOWLY around my neighborhood

               -searoach

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Searoach-

Me and my friend put it on his 3/4 ton, and did a "victory lap" around the block, It was so LOUD that a car alarm went off!!! It was HILARIOUS!!!!! ;D ;D ;D

What make/year is your truck?

;) 8-)

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 I had a '65 Falcon with a 289 V8 that only came with single exhaust and 2 barrel carb. Put a 4 barrel on it (ran like a bat out of torment) and decided it really needed dual exhausts (Cherry Bombs). I tried to go thru the inspection station after they had burnt out. Bad Mistake ;D! The first fellow turned me down and I griped (Second bad mistake ;D). The fellow in charge came over and asked me to step out of the car. He got in and really torqued the RPM's thru the roof. Actually thought the glass in the windows was gonna break. Needless to say, I didn't pass :(...

                                  As Ever,

                                   skillet

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Hey giterdone it is a ragady '75 chevy Custom Deluxe that needs massive rebuilding, but all the good stuff is there, double humps, 4 bolt mains th-400, the works

                     -searoach

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Hey giterdone it is a ragady '75 chevy Custom Deluxe that needs massive rebuilding, but all the good stuff is there, double humps, 4 bolt mains th-400, the works

                  -searoach

Sounds good!! Good luck with all that re-building.

Uh, I think we kinda hijacjed this thread......................Uh.....................Flowmasters are a good exahust system. There I saved it. We're back on topic!!!!

;) 8-)

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Hated to get rid of it, but 6 MPG was not the most economical vehicle LOL

YIKES!

Remember the days when we didn't care what kind of gas mileage we got?  I had a 1972 Chevy SWB with a 327 and a four barrel back in high school.  I'm sure the mileage on that thing wasn't much better, especially with my foot on the floor all the time.  Then again, gas was 68 cents a gallon.  Ten bucks would fill it up.   :)

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Thanks for the input guys, i got flowmasters. I got dual exhaust with chrome tips. It isn't as loud in the cab as i thoguht it would be it actually sounds incredible. Im extremely happy.My dream truck is coming together  :). Oh yea i paid 251$ installed.

You made the right choice, love my original 40 series even on my V6. But $251 is a lot, did you do it yourself?

I have a v8  8-). No, if i tried doing it myself the tires would pop and the doors would fall off. Im not much of a mechanic.

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Do you want to put just mufflers or the entire exhaust system? The reason I ask is the prices I'm are for the entire system ranging from $450-$800 as per Flowmaster web site.

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