Asked by Feb 09, 2010 at 09:23 PM about the Ford Ranger

Question type: Car Customization

looking to customize my exhaust on my 4.0 5spd ranger.. i want it to be loud and sound friggin sweet.. and preferably cheap.. but any ideas are good. im considering either a flowmaster 40 or 50 or glasspack. dont necessary want the pop but want the rumble.

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glass packs dnt sound nearly as good as a flowmaster but rangers are hard to find a good exhaust for i must have tried 6 different mufflers to find the rightone and ended being a maagnaflow lol


i second the notion, no glasspack


want the rumble? just get straight pipes off the cat converter.


want the rumble and not have to worry about being illegal


Check out Gibson Automotive. I have a dual system from them and it sounds mean on a 3.0 V6


i had staight pipes(duals) on my 2.5l it was loud as hell so loud i got a ticket for it


thanks for the insight guys... i ended up going dual straight pipes from the cat all the way to the bumper... the truck sounds sweet and has jus the right amount of noise behind it

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