DieselSmoke92: I can't figure out why your truck sounds different then mine, even though
we have exact same setup. Maybe my cats are clogged lol.
Tyler Piantanida: no motor performance enhancements? at 224k that sounds great mines at 133k
and its got some oil problems but im fixing them as we speak. I wanna know
what exhaust did you use
clementz cliffclaven: had the same exact set up on my old Chev! I just sold it and bought an 04'
2500 Sierra with the 6.0 and put 3" straights on it with the cats, It
sounds nice but it still doesn't sound as deep and beastly as my old Chev.
I miss her :'(
Jacob Maple: +MovieMaker225 hey how much did this cost you? And what brand?
Tanner Reimer: Is it stock piping or is it bigger? If so what size
kruz981: hey man your truck sounds GOOD = PERFECT I have 1996 chevy z71 with the
5.7 and I wanted straight pipes too but the man at muffler shop kind of
scared me telling me that whithout a muffler I woud ruin the engine I
don't know nothing about this that's why I ask
Travis Powers: Hey man what size tips are those?
MovieMaker225: Thanks man, Can't go wrong with a Chevy, and its a He haha, call it (The
Firstev Laste: Quick question. I'm buying a 1994 gmc 1500 and it has straights no cats
with 5 inch tips with mufflers. It's quiet when you aren't really getting
on the gas and doesn't really get that popping. Should I cut it off right
at the muffler and leave it off or cut the muffler off and replace with
pipe? Trying to get as loud as possible but not so loud I get tickets I
drive it every time.
The Truck Guy: Nice truck! It sounds a little bit like mine.
Logan Sherlock: Defiantly put a pipe in place of the muffler! It will sound like a grain
truck if you just leave it cut off at the muffler.
DieselGas94: Sounds great! Take good care of her and she will last forever! And if you
wanna check out mine go to my channel, its a 94' 1500 with the 350, ill be
getting duals soon
MovieMaker225: Well man, that popping sound you hear (Almost like backfiring) is because
of the lack of back pressure in the exhuast. My truck has true duals and a
stock cat on both pipes, now Cats are expensive, so i would reccomend if
you want that popping sound with out spending too much money or getting a
ticket, get some Glasspacks but get medium sized ones, nothing too small
but nothing to long looking, you want that perfect in between. anything
else u need help with?
MovieMaker225: Thanks man, glad u like it, sound so beastly in person
DieselGas94: lol sorry, im used to she's in trucks