cheap Exhaust job i did on my '93 gmc sierra 4.3L. Parts used: a thrush welded muffler 2.25" center inlet/dual outlet($32 from Summit), 10' of 2.25" aluminized Exhaust pipe(about $17), one Exhaust clamp(about $3), one universal hanger ($5), 2' of 3.00" pipe used for tips($4). $61 total. the welder and Exhaust bending machine sure come in handy.
1995 2.3L Ford Ranger w/Thrush Welded Muffler
This is my '95 Ranger I uploaded for those guys curious about how a chambered muffler would sound on a 2.3. I am running the stock cat, resonator delete, and have added this muffler. It's 2 1/4" piping from the header to the muffler and goes into a 2" single Exhaust pipe. Muffler cost me about 37 bucks at Advance Auto Parts. Well worth the money and sounds great. Almost no interior drone as well.
96 Crown Victoria P71 H pipe with Thrush Welded mufflers
After running side pipes with no mufflers or H pipe for a couple years, I finally got pulled over for it. I decided it was time to put mufflers back on, so i put the original H pipe back on with a pair of Thrush Welded mufflers and some turndowns. Too quiet for me, but it still has a decent sound.
Thrush welded muffler on a 98 f150 4.6l 3" inlet and 2.5" dual outlets. no cats. personally i like my older video when i still had cats. but they were plugged and needed to come off. this is my new motor out of an 02 Mustang. i trying to figure out something to get rid of the snap crackle pop noise and get back to the nice rumble