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Old 03-01-2012, 05:22 PM   #1
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im afraid my dynomax race bullet will be a little too loud for the little man riding in the back seat, especially since it comes out in front of the rear passenger wheel. want to go magnaflow, any reccomendations? i still want the rumble and aggressive tone without all the obnoxious noise. either single in/dual out or single in single out.

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im afraid my dynomax race bullet will be a little too loud for the little man riding in the back seat, especially since it comes out in front of the rear passenger wheel. want to go magnaflow, any reccomendations? i still want the rumble and aggressive tone without all the obnoxious noise. either single in/dual out or single in single out.
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im afraid my dynomax race bullet will be a little too loud for the little man riding in the back seat, especially since it comes out in front of the rear passenger wheel. want to go magnaflow, any reccomendations? i still want the rumble and aggressive tone without all the obnoxious noise. either single in/dual out or single in single out.


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I have the 18" Magnaflow and its pretty quiet at idle. But when you get on it, it has an aggressive growl.

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i have a 22" mag dumped after axle..it is really quiet...

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I love the Magnaflow cat back system. I chose the system with the dual tips that exit at the rear bumper. It still keeps its growl but has a modest cabin noise since the tips exit at the back of the truck. Good luck all around.
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