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Its a 350tbi a 1995 silverado ext cab short bed. Okay i have a flowmaster 40 series kit on the truck. It was on when i bought it, it sounds good but not really what i want, I want more of a aggressive tone, I want to keep it street legal what headers and or high flow y pipe combo would you recommend?

Thanks, Dylan
 

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First off go with true duals with an X pipe that will make it some what louder and combine that with mufflers of your choice and you'll be set, magnaflow makes some good sounding mufflers. And if it has cats, hollow them out or get rid of them.
 

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it will cost you some $$$ but you should put a full SLP(street leagal performance) system on your truck
 

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keep the cat on and no muffler sounds mean and ur still legel
 

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First off go with true duals with an X pipe that will make it some what louder and combine that with mufflers of your choice and you'll be set, magnaflow makes some good sounding mufflers. And if it has cats, hollow them out or get rid of them.
an x-pipe isint true duals. if you want to make it legal, then stick with the single chamber flowie, and get a high flow cat, and maby some smog-legal headers. i think eddlebrock makes some
 

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keep the cat on and no muffler sounds mean and ur still legel
yea or do this, just cut the pipe off right behind the cat and throw a dump on it. some trucks sound better than others, that what i did on my bub, it sounds mean.....and still legal!
 

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An X pipe doesnt mean its not true duals, your motor is meant to have egual back pressure, and thats all an X pipe does is equalize the pressure in both pipes. Its still true dual Exhaust.
 
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