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Dynomax exhuast system, good deal or not?

Its a Dynomax Super turbo system, from the resonator back. Ive been trying to get rid of my 3rd cat, and i just remembered that i have a complete 91 SC exhaust system in my basement, so i could use the resonator off that. But anyways, is 230 bucks a good deal on this?

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I bought mine from summit, they shipped it pretty quick. The sound is not a whole lot louder then stock. I cant hear a diffrence at idle, but at wot you hear it a bit. I would go with the Flowmaster kit. Mine doesn't even sound as loud as the stock mustangs exhaust..
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NO no no! Do this and its cheaper. Get the Dynomax bullet muffler. It's like $35. Remove the resonator and have it welded in there. Cut off the 2 mufflers in back and have some pipe welded on back there. It sounds soooooo much better like that. I spent $80 having it put on. Cheap and helps too. The Dynomax bullet is the best flowing muffler out there. Sounds quite nice also.
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I paid $249 for my Dynomax cat back and I am happy with it.
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im going to be selling my flowmaster cat back really soon. probably going to ask about $100 shipped.
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im going to be selling my flowmaster cat back really soon. probably going to ask about $100 shipped.
Well you got someone that interested then

how much of it is included?

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My dynomax mufflers only lasted for about two to three years before they rusted away at the welds. Then I got new ones with the lifetime warrenty. The rest of the pipes rusted out a year later. Personally I would not bother. I replaced them with a Borla XS and love it.
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Well you got someone that interested then

how much of it is included?
i dont want to hijack this guys thread so when i put it up for sale (probably next week) i'll start a thread. it will include the whole cat back setup. im going true duals so wont need it.

oh and i see you have a 93, you might want to make sure it will work with your car. im not sure if it will and i would hate to see you buy it and not be able to use it.
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I second the 2-3 year time period before the mufflers rust out. I just had to replace both on mine.
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yeah, its all the same from 92-95, so its all good =)

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I got Dynomax Race Magnum's on my truck.
5 years running with no problems.
Less than 300 bucks to run them from the headers back.

If you want a nice deep tone with a straight though design I would recommend these.
Life time warranty too.

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