will my truck sound better if i run the exhaust right before the rear tire but still have my flowmaster muffler and i have a three and a half pipe if that helps


Asked by Sep 08, 2009 at 10:00 PM about the Ford Ranger

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Yeah its less restrictive, it helps the truck breathe better with less piping, why did you go with flowmaster? everybody has that, go get a cherry bomb for your truck, you will be a lot happier... trust me


yeah your right well my uncle rebuilt the truck in colorado and that is what everyone out there likes so yeah how much does one of those cost


i had tried that with but it sounded more like a grand prix and my gas mpg went down severly 210 miles to a tank.... lame.... said F**** it and had the duals put on, much happier this way, just a suggestion


i have a glass pack on my 90' ranger and dual tips and it sounds great


i have a 94 with the 4.0, 5-speed, jba headers no cat or y pipe true duals with 2 flowmaster super 40's, it has 2.5in piping and dumps under the bed just if front of the axel, sounds just like a 5.0


i also get 25mpg doin about 80

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