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I was looking on Summit for exhaust options for my truck, and I've sort of narrowed it down to these two, mostly based on price and availability for my particular truck

http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.asp?autofilter=1&part=WLK-17332&N=700+4294924746+4294908216+4294907469+4294923429+4294840129+4294920008+4294907048+4294905933+4294905260+115&autoview=sku

http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.asp?autofilter=1&part=JBA-50-3019&N=700+4294924746+4294908216+4294907469+4294923429+4294840129+4294920008+4294907048+4294905933+4294905260+115&autoview=sku

I was also going to install this since my stock cat is shot:

http://store.summitracing.com/partdetail.asp?autofilter=1&part=MPE-23497&N=700+4294924746+4294908216+4294907469+4294923429+4294840129+4294867633+115&autoview=sku


Does anyone have any experience with either of these? I want something thats not obnoxiously loud, but will perform better than the stock junk. I also don't really want to have to fight with parts that don't fit well. If anyone has used either of these and can let me know how it sounds and how well it fit, I'd appreciate it.
 

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The stock will flow just fine , same as a 350 exhaust . Rated way past the horse power you will ever have in that truck .
But out of those 2 I would go with the Dynomax
 

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Much of the replacement idea is because I want a little more sound out of it. The core problem is the cat is clogged and the truck won't move out of it's own way anymore, but the rest of the exaust is the original 12 year old equipment. Also, the price comes into play. For stock replacement midpipe, muffler, and tailpipe from Napa its going to cost me just shy of $220. I can get something thats a little better and will fit properly with the non-stock muffler for less money. I've got to order the converter from Summit anyway, so adding this to the order doesn't bother me. Napa wants $450 for the stock replacement converter, and I can get that high flow one for $113.

I think I might go with the Dynomax. I just looked closer at the JBA one and it has a 3.5" chrome tip. I have no desire for a rice look on my truck so that 2.5" non-chromed tip is a lot more appealing.

Also, sorry for posting this in the wrong spot. I didn't notice there is actually an exhaust forum here. Thats what I get for posting crap after being awake 30+ hours.
 
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