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what kind of dynomax muffler is this?

I took these off my donor car when i built my stang and have been running these on motor and nitrous. Now im running a turbo this year and was wondern if these were the straight through mufflers i need or if i should consider a new set of mufflers. They just say dynomax on them...no part number or anything else on them so i have no idea what kind or style these are...any ideas? Also, i have a 3 in. downpipe and im pretty set on having a y pipe made and split it off back to duals. Should i stay with a three inch exhaust or will 2 1/2 be sufficient...im only planning on running about 500 hp now (stock block) but in the future i may upgrade to somthing that pushes 6 or 700 hp...will this still be good...i just dont want to have to buy something twice.
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Looks like Dynomax Ultraflow welded. Straight thru design. Dual 2.5's will be ok with a 3" dp.


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Looks like Dynomax Ultraflow welded. Straight thru design. Dual 2.5's will be ok with a 3" dp.
yep, I have the sme mufflers on my Mustang. Also known as the Dynomax Race Magnum welded before they changed the name.

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yep, race magnums.
great muffler for turbo apps. i ran those on my incon car with good results and i use one (3.5") on my current turbo car.

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awesome im glad to hear! now i dont have to buy new muffs!! So dual 2 1/2's will be sufficient even if i push up wards of 600 hp in the future? Btw...do these mufflers ever wear out to where they need replace or repacked?
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2.5 will be ok for 600hp.
you won't have to worry about the muffler wearing out any time soon.

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