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post #1 of 6 (permalink) Old 10-02-2008, 08:51 PM Thread Starter
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Magnaflow DI/DO question

Probably a dumb one, too. But I have to ask, as I can't find that specific answer researching this muffler for a possible new system.

Ok, since this is a DI/DO muffler, do both Ins and Outs share just one common chamber in there? Or are they separate from each other, ie. Left goes only to Left, and Right goes only to Right. I want a crossover, but don't know if this muffler will take care of that all by itself or not.

I'm sure you folks who have this muffler must've at least looked inside the thing to see whatever you could see before installing them. Any comments about that?
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I think they are, just looked at this one and says "True-X" so it must act like an X-pipe, but built like a muffler.

http://www.magnaflow.com/02product/s...e=main&id=7971

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Ok, cool enough. I did find that page already before I posted up this thread.....must've not scrolled down far enough or totally missed it somehow.
I'm satisfied. Thanks!


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I love this muffler, ive had one and will never go back to flowmaster.

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Yes, it does seem to be the hot ticket to what I want and it looks like I will be able to do a super clean job with it.

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