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I just got a 1994 Toyota Pickup. Its pretty much stock performance wise. It has a 4" Skyjacker lift and 33" BFGs. As far as i know from all my other vehicals theres always some type of free mods to do to your engine to give u alittle more hp. I was just curious if the 22RE has the same thing. Also, im putting in a flowmaster 40 series 3" single inlet - 2.5" dual outlet, this should be ok right?
 

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Unless you want your truck to sound like a rice box Honda, I'd steer clear of Flowmasters on 4 or 6 cylinder engines. In my opinion, Flowmasters only sound good on V8s. Try a Magnaflow muffler, they are a straight-thru design, and they have models with dual outlets, if you want to do the dual exhaust look.
 

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woah, i was 2 mins away from buying a dual flowmaster!! lol i dont want a ricer i like a deep but not to loud tone, ill check out magnaflow. thanks
 

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you can do a deckplate mod on the air box, letting more air get into it.
 

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I'm looking to add some hp to my 1994 yota also. What is the decklid mod?
Nice looking truck! I just bought my 94 4x4 also.
 

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^see www.yotatech.com and search under tech articles for deckplate mods
I have a ProFlow (basically same as Flowmaster) on my V6. Sounds great at idle and very low rpm. Sounds really raspy and loud under load. At wot in the upper rpm's it sounds horrible. I ordered a Magnaflow. Still waiting for it to show up.
 
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