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post #1 of (permalink) Old 08-20-2000, 03:44 PM
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what is the loudest exhaust made for a 1995 2-door tahoe with a 350, would a gibson split rear exit kit for a 1995 std. cab short bed work on this truck, what modifications could be made

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Re: tahoe exhaust

Loudest exhaust would be a Flowmaster with a 40 series 2 chamber muffler. VERY LOUD!!! That's the sound that most people think of when they picture an old muscle car hauling ass away from them. Gibson's are not loud. I made that mistake. Mine's a little deeper than stock, that's it. Save yourself 50 bucks and get the Flowmaster system.

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Re: tahoe exhaust

Flowmaster makes a single chamber muffler also. 30 series I think? Now that sucker is LOUD. Of course, the loudest exhaust is no exhaust at all! Straight headers, baby! I ran my truck down to the exhaust shop on headers only, and let me tell you, it certainly got people's attention when I drove through downtown San Jose (smack dab in the middle of Silicon Valley) at 8am on a Monday morning with no exhaust.

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