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    It looks like crap but so far, even with the gap, no leaks on mine.
    I am surprised to hear that yours was droning. I had a magnaflow system that was terrible for that on my 05 but not this one. It is a little louder around 1600 rpm under load but not the tooth rattler that my 05 had.
    2012 Crewmax TRD 5.7, 4x4, 15% tint all around plus sunstrip. Ionic Gladiator running boards. Weathertechs front and rear. Line X, AVS vent visors. Viper 5301 2 way remote start, MBRP S5316304 cat back exhaust. Bakflip Fibermax tonneau cover.
    Traded in my 05 4x4 DC, AFE CAI, Magnaflow Catback15820, Line X bedliner.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thumbster View Post
    I went to their website and didn't see an application for a regular cab short bed.

    Does anyone know if there is such a thing? I wonder whether it's possible to modify an extended cab version i.e. by cutting the piping?

    I had a custom shop cut down the trd cat backs. Sounds/looks great. In the spring when I clean it all up I'll take tons of photos.

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    I traded a pair of motorcycle handlebars I had 50 bucks in, for the MBRP single side exit! When I went to install, I discovered someone had previously installed a system on my pre owned 2010 CM. It had been cut off and the stock system welded back on. Needless to say this wasn't going to be a bolt on application. So, I welded the MBRP system onto the factory head pipes. Sounds great! What a deal! There is a bit of a drone around 65 mph. Anyone have any thoughts on how to help this? It doesn't really bother me but it irritates my wife.

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    It doesn't really bother me but it irritates my wife.[/QUOTE]
    Put her in the box? lol jk
    2007 Toyota Tundra
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