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Im looking for a mean and loud sounding exhaust system for my GMC Sierra Classic. Any Ideas? Glass Packs sound like a good one so far.


Mon Oct 22, 2012 11:55 am
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Borla S-type mufflers!!!

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Everyone says Magnaflows ain't throaty, I need to get a Sound clip :punk:

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LUV2XCLR8 wrote:
Everyone says Magnaflows ain't throaty, i need to get a Sound clip :punk:


I beg to differ. :wink:

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Mon Oct 22, 2012 8:34 pm
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Awesome appreciate the help. I have never put an exhaust system in before. Maybe i can bring it in to the meet if i have my truck by then? I know glass packs need welding for best sealing but idk if any of you all have a welder. But ill research for the best sound. Hopefully i can find a dual system that best fits the truck,


Tue Oct 23, 2012 12:34 am
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Won't be a Welder at my
meet cause my shop is
not wired for anything
but 110. I had plans
to add a 220 outlet
but since the shop
is temporary until
I build a bigger
one I'm saving
my extra $$$.


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Delta Flow 40's


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