Originally Posted by bigoleranger23
series 10 flowmaster with a 3" tip. very aggresive sound
It will sound like shit too. Go with a Flowmaster 60 Series 2.25 inch single inlet and outlet and dump it about 1 foot behind the cab. It will sound great I swear it. That muffler is made specifically for 4 and 6 cylinder engines with small displacements. That would be my first choice really.
Originally Posted by 92ranger92
glasspacks weak i have it on 2.5 pipe
You forgot about my exhaust my friend. Mine is the totally opposite of what you said. Go to the last page in this thread listed below and you'll see for yourself. Plus I think you picked wrong one and pipe size. You should've kept the stock pipe size of 2.25 inches my friend. That's where people make mistakes, they choose the wrong one. You need to pick the one that's best for the engine that you have instead of what the salesperson says. It's a common mistake really, I made it myself a few times.
Here's an old photo of my Flowmaster exhaust and setup:
You don't really have to do the tail pipe the way I did it at that time, but I'd thought I'd give you a little bit of an idea on what you might like and what you'd want to consider, the choices is really a matter of your own personal taste.
Here's what I have now. The first photo is of the day I had it installed:
Here's what it looks like today and it still sounds like it did the day I had it installed because the motor is too small to burn this Cherry Bomb Glasspack out. I went with the 28 inch long with 2.25 inch inlet and outlet. I had it dumped 1 foot behind the cab. Overall cost for this exhaust was $72 bucks give or take a little bit. That includes the installation if you are wondering.