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post #1 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-02-2007, 10:36 AM Thread Starter
 
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No more cat or muffler

I just deleeted them both yesterday. Seems to have more get up and go. Not much louder at all. I will be doing the intake modd today, want to hear that turbo more,.
Should I expect any more fuel economy ?
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post #2 of 8 (permalink) Old 11-02-2007, 09:46 PM
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Probably not...but just because you will be keeping it hammered to hear the beautiful sound of that turbo..lol. You doin a BHAF?

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not much louder? maybe not in the cab but i remember having my stock 3.5" system straight piped and it was LOUD

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When I started my truck to let it warm up, I walked around it and it is quite a bit louder. Just didn't notice it in the cab. I did the DIY intake late last night and will see how that works out today. Thanks for all the help, you are a great bunch of people.
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i loved it after i stait piped mine

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Mine isn't that much louder in the cab with the windows up, but you can tell a big difference with the windows down.
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after mia my muffler and doing a 5in dual stack kit it did seem to increase my mpg's some..love the sound of it also:Thumbup: ..wish i would have did it sooner:smoke
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if you can drive it normal like before then your mpg can go up. getting more air in and more air out is what its al about.
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