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I recently installed a 50 series Flowmaster. I am very happy with the sound and like how its not to loud in the cab. My question is, I only replaced the stock muffler and I am wondering, would running another muffler (spitting the single exhaust) increase my performance at all. Right now I have the AEM brute force intake and the flowmaster. I am getting the Superchip in about 2 weeks.

One more question: I have an 05 Quad cab Laramie, it has all wheel drive. Does anyone know if that takes away from my performance? Thanks!
 

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Irishdad2 said:
I recently installed a 50 series Flowmaster. I am very happy with the sound and like how its not to loud in the cab. My question is, I only replaced the stock muffler and I am wondering, would running another muffler (spitting the single exhaust) increase my performance at all. Right now I have the AEM brute force intake and the flowmaster. I am getting the Superchip in about 2 weeks.

One more question: I have an 05 Quad cab Laramie, it has all wheel drive. Does anyone know if that takes away from my performance? Thanks!
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well from what i have seen on here the quad cab 4X4's have alot more weight to them so it kills their times but i may be wrong cause by no means is my truck fast
 

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Perfomormace wise, it won't make a difference without very serious mods.

Its all about looks.

You got to go with what YOU like, not others.
 
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