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Old 09-06-2009, 01:52   #1 (permalink)
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confused F150 straight pipes!!!!

hey everyone i need some help, i own a 2001 F150 supercrew with a 4.6 and i want to cut off the stock muffler but leave all 4 cats on so i still have back pressure (well atleast a lil bit) i live in orlando and there is no emissions testing here so i don't have to worry about that crap but i'm worried that i might lose MPG and torque? i have two 2" flexible exhaust pieces and a metal piece that will go in the middle of the two to connect them together. my truck currently has a K&N intake on it and it sounds great when accelerating. i have a 4 inch resonated tip on the back aswell to help with poping that might accur when i do this. any suggestions?
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