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Old 05-13-2001, 12:29 AM
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'92 F150 4x4 exhaust options

I'm looking to upgrade the exhaust on my '92 Nite (5.0) and wanted to get some advise before i went ahead and ordered anything. Looking through my summit catalog i don't see a Flowmaster Force 2 available for my truck so my next option would be the summit cat-back systems either SUM-684012 (single outlet) or SUM-684011 (dual outlet). My question is, what kind of gains will i get from a dual outlet cat-back system? Or should i stay with just a single outlet system with a Super or Ultra Flow muffler? I want my truck to have some sound to it, but nothing big, also i'm considering a high-flow cat from jegs.com for $50.00 to help open things up. Looking to spend around $200.00 and just wanted to get some feedback from people who have experienced these parts.
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Old 05-13-2001, 07:50 PM
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'92 F150 4x4 exhaust options

I have a 94 F-150 5.0, i just went to canadian tire and bought cherry bomb glasspacks, and got a OK Tire to install duel exhaust. It costed around $260 canadian. In my opinion dont waste money on expensive mufflers.
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Old 05-29-2001, 01:38 PM
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'92 F150 4x4 exhaust options

Mufflers smufflers, if you want good flow and moderate sound for a good price, just straight pipe it from the cat back (take out the cat if you don't care about emmissions.) You can buy the pipe to do it for about 25 bucks, or free is you have a local muffler shop with a dumpster. If you really want mufflers, but you want em cheap and to make decent noice, try tractor mufflers. As for dual vs single, the more flow the better. Y it out, or if you're brave, attempt to convert to true duals. If I was doing the job, I could do the whole thing for under $100.
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'92 F150 4x4 exhaust options

hey relax, if you call summit they can build you a very nice 3" exhaust I did i bought summit truck headers american thunder mufflers and 3" the whole way. i'll let you know how they sound when they get in and on. if you want it they can build it. you can even order extra exhaust (like i did) to make sure that you have enough. i'm going to have a muffler shop install mine so any bending and welding that needs done they can do. if you like you can contact me at 011496315344651 and i'll tell you how it sounds or let you hear it. if it isn't loud enough go with the 40 series they are even louder.
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'92 F150 4x4 exhaust options

I've got a 1990 F-150 with a 351 single exhaust. i installed 3 inch pipe from the converter back with a 4 inch chrome tip and it sounds great for being single exhaust.
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