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magnaflow or flowmaster for V6 3.4L??????

was the best exhaust for the taco with 3.4L for the sound and performance???

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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-23-2004, 08:32 PM
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i have a 2.7 and a flowmaster on it and it sounds great.. go with a flowmaster
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post #3 of 8 (permalink) Old 12-23-2004, 09:30 PM
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it sounds good for a 3.4 but dont expect a v8 sound to come out of it as far as power go's I couldnt tell any difference there also wasnt any real gaiins ini the gas mileage department. So If you are just looking for sound I prefer the flowmaster 50 hope that helps
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CHerry Bomb glasspacks all the way!!!! I have a 24" glasspack, it cost $19 from PepBoys and it sounds exactly like my buddy's TRD exhaust system. Granted, he gets all the benefits, headers ect., but I spent $1100 less than him and it sounds just the same but of course, I'm just a hick, your redneck factor my vary

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i got a 18" magnaflow and it sounds nice and throaty...cant go wrong with the magnaflow.

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i've got the 14" magnaflow and it sounds awesome...if you click the the in my sig, the 2nd video will give you a feel for what it sounds like. it also gave a good increase in MPG and a little more pep

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CHerry Bomb glasspacks all the way!!!! I have a 24" glasspack, it cost $19 from PepBoys and it sounds exactly like my buddy's TRD exhaust system. Granted, he gets all the benefits, headers ect., but I spent $1100 less than him and it sounds just the same but of course, I'm just a hick, your redneck factor my vary
Sweet, I have a Dynomax Race Magnum Bullet muffler from Summit right now. It cost $45 and outlfows any of the $100 mufflers mentioned in this thread. It's a tad loud above 3k rpm's but nice power gains from it.
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I have a Flowmaster 50 and have fun every morning going to work. Some ricer Idiot up the street has his alarm system set so sensitive, that when I drive by, his alarm will chirp, but if I gas it, going past his car the alarm goes off full tilt. The neighbors must be pissed by now, I do it at 5:30 am every day and he still parks in the same spot

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