Mike, gimme a call. I actually build a direct bolt on to take out the guess work on your end
Are you afraid to call him on the phone? He posts his number on this forum and every bathroom wall this side of Shanghai. In fact, he posted his number (again) just three posts up the page from here.Hi Keith
I was curious if you still produced this setup. i checked your website but didnt see it advertised anywhere. If you can you send me a PM thanks in advance!
Thanks!!!Called Keith yesterday and ordered up a bolt on kit for my 2001.......can't wait for it to come in and begin battle with the rusty bolts.
As many have already said, I urge anyone with exhaust needs to at least contact Keith, so far he seems like a great guy to deal with.
I am trying my best to follow this thread The above post caught my eye...Sooooo...this set up (w/ stock or shorty EM) will give the 2000-2002 user zero drone, a nice grumble, nothing crazy loud, especially cruising on highway, and remain efficient and pass a standard emissions test, all without a CEL alarm?The best way to improve on our exhaust system (2000 Tundra) is to cut out the stock resonator and muffler, replace with a properly sized absorption type muffler, then run 2.5" tubing from muffler to stock tail pipe section. It just happens to also be the most cost effective as well.
I recently purchased a 2002 Tundra with 4.7 motor. After installing a muffler and pipe added all the way back from the Y pipe I found this site.
The shop said a 3" pipe was the way to go so I said okay. Well it's a dog now.
I asked the shop about fixing the fact that its a dog and he suggested putting what sounds like a reducer, kind of like a mini funnel in the pipe right after the connection at the Y.
Does this sound legit or should I request a 2 1/2" be installed?
I am trying my best to follow this thread The above post caught my eye...Sooooo...this set up (w/ stock or shorty EM) will give the 2000-2002 user zero drone, a nice grumble, nothing crazy loud, especially cruising on highway, and remain efficient and pass a standard emissions test, all without a CEL alarm?
Now the shop is telling me that he will change the pipe from the "Y" to the muffler from 3" to 2 1/2" and keep the rear section of pipe still at 3". Is this okay? The muffler has 3" inlet and outlet so is going from the 2 1/2" to 3" on the muffler okay. What if he does this and I convince him to also put a 2 1/2" on the outlet, is using a muffler that has the 3" inlet and outlet on both sides okay while reducing the pipe entering and exiting it to 2 1/2"?That is not legit. Shops do not know Tundras, so you have to tell them. See the quote referenced in the post directly before yours.