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Old 03-15-2014, 04:09 PM   #1
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Hey guys I'm new here . I have a 06 v6. I ve been searching on here for a exhaust but I can't seem to make my mind up. I'm at work and they block YouTube and other ways to stream media so I can't listen to the exhaust clips y'all have. It seems like everyone with a v6 goes with duals but I don't wanna do that. I'd like to keep a single. Also I like my exhausts to be loud but not the annoying import sounding weed eater stuff lol. Any suggestions? Thanks
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Old 03-15-2014, 05:38 PM   #2
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Putting duals on the V6 4.0L is more for visual than it is for performance; you won't get much if any gains out of the V6 from exhaust work. Also, don't expect miracles in the way of a deep exhaust note from the 4.0. You can deepen it a bit but it'll never sound like a V8.

Many folks will put a GT passenger side takeoff (manual GT preferred) in place of their OE axleback. It's a bit deeper than stock but not by a lot.
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I thought about just taking the muffler off n putting a turn down on it
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