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I come to the all-mighty TCCA with a question, and I am sorry, you probably get this kind of question a lot. In addition to my '91, I now have a 2000 Taurus SES W/ the Vulcan. My question is this: If it was possible to put an exhaust on my 2000, what would be a good choice to get, and how much would it run to install it?

As always, your input is greatly appreciated.

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Not sure what your main goal is with the exhaust, whether it's truly for performance, or if it is more for sound, but I didn't want to pay for a full cat-back setup, but I wanted a better sound so I just replaced the stock muffler with a Flowmaster 40 Series DeltaFlow and it sounds awesome, and this could be the butt dyno talking, but I think I noticed a minor performance improvement on the high end (noticeable, not significant though). Anyways, my point is Flowmasters sound awesome on Vulcans.
Mine isn't insanely loud either.
 

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with are gen4's we dont need to do a full exhaust b/c
we have stock stainless steel 2 1/4 inch mandrel bend
exhaust. if you change the cats it wont do a hole lot.
so all you realy need to do is get a new muffler
I got a magnaflow ricer that works great and ran me about
$200 installed. you can do what jason did and go on
ebay and get a flowmaster for $40 and it shouldn't
cost alot to put on
 
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