Exhaust System

Asked by Mar 12, 2016 at 11:40 PM about the 2001 Chevrolet Silverado 3500 2 Dr LS 4WD Standard Cab LB

Question type: Car Customization

Wanting to redo the exhaust system on my truck. Any
suggestions? Headers, mufflers, ceramic or stainless?
Wanting to go loud. (496 cuin, 8.1L vortec)

1 Answer

Aftermarket exhaust systems are expensive like Flowmaster, Borla, etc. I had a custom single 3" pipe made at a local muffler shop with a hyd. tubing bender, for my Chevy truck. Much cheaper too. Tube headers into a "Y" pipe & 3" inlet & outlet cat converter & perf muffler. I like Raven Products. A single 3" system will be loud, its all about resonance. But if you must 2, 2 & 1/2" duals would work too with 496? cubic inches. Choose some good tube headers from like "Summit" or "Jeg's" catalogs. No need to go stainless unless you have a Ferarri. Aluminized over steel pipes will do. High temp paint the headers or have a Jet Hot Coating done.

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