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Old 02-12-2016, 02:49 PM   #1
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Where can I get a MagnaFlow y pipe for the stock system?

Truck is stock 2004 Ram 1500 4wd. Looking to get a MagnaFlow y pipe welded into the stock exhaust system, for a super cheap upgrade.

Where can I buy one? Summit doesn't have one listed for the factory exhaust.

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y+pipe - JEGS High Performance
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Old 02-12-2016, 03:10 PM   #3
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That......seems expensive. Do they have MagnaFlow?
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That......seems expensive. Do they have MagnaFlow?
Moe's is a Magnaflow
Jegs is their own brand but I think they are made by Magnaflow
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Call around to different exhaust shop that deal in magnaflow. I just had a complete Magnaflow system installed on my 04 at a muffler shop sounds great duel out the back with Black 4" tips but it was 400 bucks.
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Truck is stock 2004 Ram 1500 4wd. Looking to get a MagnaFlow y pipe welded into the stock exhaust system, for a super cheap upgrade.

Where can I buy one? Summit doesn't have one listed for the factory exhaust.
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Should be about $33.00 - $36.00 for the genuine 3 inch MagnaFlow SS Y-Pipe through Amazon.

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^^ before I ended up doing longtubes I had a magnaflow y pipe sitting around that I was going to install but never did an it was like $25 but it was a few years ago now too
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I found it on Amazon, thanks.

So what's the word on this thing? Is it going to improve things? In my head, removing that kinked down section where two exhaust pipes get squished down and smashed into a tiny Y must help gas velocity, even down low. I'm hoping for at least some low end torque increase and throttle response.
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The factory y is a real choke point
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I found it on Amazon, thanks.

So what's the word on this thing? Is it going to improve things? In my head, removing that kinked down section where two exhaust pipes get squished down and smashed into a tiny Y must help gas velocity, even down low. I'm hoping for at least some low end torque increase and throttle response.
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There is no down-side to doing this mod...you will find better performance and a better exhaust tone as well.


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