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I need to replace my exhaust on my 1996 s-10 pickup it is a original factory exhaust but iwant to replace my original muffler with a flowmaster muffler can anyone tell me what series flomaster muffler should i go with?

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I was told if I was putting Flowmasters on my car that The Cadillacs will be changed in the process or bypass is that true


Not Cadillacs, but catalytic converters. They can be retained and must be kept by Federal law, however some folks trash them anyway. If you keep them on, the car will be much quieter. If you remove them and run just the flowmasters it will be loud enough for the cops to pull you in most jurisdictions. If you are after performance on city streets, try DYNOMAX mufflers for a deep sound but not as loud. Dragstrip only=flowmasters ok.

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go for deep and loud and the road department will love you for the extra revenue you will be providing with the fines
next the fuel companies will be loving you as well because deep and loud is poor performance and that means extra profits for them
you are replacing an exhaust system but leaving the stock headers on and not putting extractors on
what you need to do is go up 1/2" in pipe size, refit cat converters ( gets you past the smog tests), remove any unnecessary bends and fit the correct muffler
best if you rethink what you want and talk with an exhaust shop specialist as to what you need to get performance , pass the regulations , get economy and still come up with a lower frequency noise
one thing that you haven't considered is this fact ---
deep and loud contribute to driver drowsiness on trips and that makes you loose awareness and fall asleep at the wheel

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Exhaust question 93 silverado 5.7l 350. Singlr pipe Think its 3 inch pipe. There is no cat. On it and the muffler is cracked down the middle. Should i put a new muffler/glasspack in for performance reasons...


If you have no catalytic converter and replace the muffler with a straight pipe,, you WILL NOT BE ABLE TO HEAR YOURSELF THINK!!.. I took the converter off mine and it was SOOO loud.(have a Flowmaster dual outlet).. It WAS TOO LOUD.. I put a 28" "glasspack" inline..WHEW.. I can actually hear the radio now!!!

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What is my exhaust pipe size before the muffler?


its usually the same on either end of the muffler

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You can look up the muffler online and get the in and out pipe sizes.

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You can cut out the Y pipe and replace it with a flex pipe from parts store, then clamp each end of the flex pipe, the pipe diameter will be 1-7/8 or 2 inch, also for the pipe replacement piece would work from a sunfire or cavalier from 1995 and up, might need to replace the muffler strap too. as it can break from rusting, if not already rusted and broken.

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Is$175.00 for one flowmaster super 44 series muffler too much?


Heres the bottom line...My dad used to tell me that nothing is worth more than you are wiling to pay for it.
What you now have is a mix of unmatched components that sound nice, and possibly may give you a one or two mpg increase. However, a good exhaust system is carefully engineered to take advantage of sonic as well as physical, laws that influence the way both sound and air (exhaust) behave in certain diameter pipes, when traveling at pre-determined speeds.
Most stock exhaust is far from that, rather, it is the cheapest easiest means to permit exhaust to escape from the engine while making the least amount of noise, while keeping the converter operating. Therefore anything you do to lower pressure will give you somewhat of a performance gain. In using a part of the stock system, you cancel some of that gain by creating another restriction. I'd be satisfied with what you have but would be concerned about passing a state inspection. If you want to learn more about exhaust and how it influences your engine there are many good books you can read on this subject. (I know that because I probably read them all as a pro racer).
Good luck with your Jeep!!!

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