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what magnaflow di/do

I have seen these threads pop up and I have searched a bit I am going to get the tru duals done and am looking for the part numbers for the magnaflow muffler that will work/sound best the car is completely stock and be keeping the 2 front cats.....Also if you could point me in the direction of a sound clip with a stock car with the same setup that would be great thanks.....Greg
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The sticky above your thread labeled: Official Exhaust/Video Clips
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Because I am not a complete jerk, here is your part number: 11386

You really can find most everything by just putting in a few key words in the search criteria. I dindt konw what the part number was, but just searched "magnaflow part number" and viola'! Otherwise you will just get flamed.

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And here is your video clip, it was exactly where LOLA stated, at the top of the Exhaust section. A helpful tip would be to always read the "stickys" at the top of each forum.

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11386 is 2.25" 11387 is 2.5" 14386 and 14387 are the same sizes but in stainless steel


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11386 is 2.25" 11387 is 2.5" 14386 and 14387 are the same sizes but in stainless steel
Good call. I was just getting ready to post that.

Also, Greg I found in your old thread you have already asked this question. You couldve just looked at it. Here it is -> http://forums.tccoa.com/showthread.php?t=91597

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I just had the 11386 installed with spun hi flow cats. Sounds pretty much like the video above. Pretty mellow at idle and cruising but sounds mean when you open it up.
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I just bought a 11385 dual in/dual out and 2 high-flow cats 94004. Still have to get them installed though.

No idea what they sound like - but I've got a good idea!

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