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Header and exhaust reccomendations Please

My Cat's are crapping out and I am thinking of replacing the whole exhaust.....headers to tail pipe. Looking for experience and recomendations.
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CASBLUE@aol.com

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  • casblue Feb 28, 2009

    I am looking for aftermarket headers tand exhaust that will provide the best performance and efficiency.

  • Alan Conner
    Alan Conner May 11, 2010

    Are you looking for aftermarket performance, or just standard equipment?

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I like my flowmasters that I installed, there are a few websites that can match your vehicle to a perticuler exhaust and you can listen to the sounds as well.

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