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The muffler shops I spoke with sad they would cut the y pipe and have each side with their own pipe ( I guess this is True Dual?) right after the cats. I am not going to the ones that told me "It will sound like a bumblebee" or "the won't sound any different than if you had one muff" and many ofthem say that. You would think you could trust their advice since they are the muffler people, but when I heard that I choose to believe the many many many mustang owners who say they will sound good. I would bring my own Flow 40's and they will use their pipe and install would be $200 plus what ever the tips cost. What would you guys recommend for tips?

oh yea, I am getting my flows for a very very good price, brand new from a friend for $75 for both which is a total of $275 for install and muffs.

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