FJ 60 Muffler/Tailpipe?

Discussion in '60-Series Wagons' started by BlueNote, Jun 21, 2005.

  1. BlueNote

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    Where's a good place to pick up a new muffler/tailpipe? Online after market?
    OEM? Or just down at the local Midas? Thanks.
     
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    man-a-fre

    thats what i run
    and i like it
    you can get a high flow cat from them also.
    BOLT ON!!!!
     
  3. masscrusher

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    Mine came from rockauto.com. 10 minutes to install, 3 hours to remove the old muffler. :)
     
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    jose

    you been baggin on those sliders?

    sorry to steal your thread :frown: my bad
     
  5. masscrusher

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    :grinpimp: You betcha! Pity you don't make one for the tailpipe... why do you think it needed preplacement? ;p
     
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    sweet

    good to know :cheers:
     
  7. Landpimp

    Landpimp GOLD Star

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    can get OEM muffler and tailpipe) with a lifetime warantee(if installed by Toyota) for about $130+ half hour or so install.
     
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    forgot about that

    toyota went to lifetime warr. on their exhausts and struts/shocks. ;)
     
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    Don't do Midas: local independent shop is usually way better.
     
  10. Zack1978

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    GO OEM, It is by far the best, and cheap!!

    Zack
     
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    I want mine to sound throaty!
     
  12. Liam

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    I bought mine from cruiserparts.net OEM - bolt on $160 del i think.
     
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    Then just go mufflerless
     
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    the PO had glasspacks installed on mine when i got it. first thing i did was put on a flowmaster with 2.5" pipes. since then there has been no need to continue the therapy sessions for the cruiser due to insecurity issues........
     
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    So let me get this straight. I have an 87 fj60 with the original exhaust system, and you are telling me that it has a life time warranty? Where can I find this in writing?

    I can here it now "Sir, your car has 210,000 miles on it. Nothing is under warranty anymore."
     
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    how do you like the flowmaster? I want my s***e to sound good.
     
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    Thanks for all the input. Sounds like OEM is the way to go. :)
     
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    the flowmaster will definately give you "throaty". i went with the 50 series SUV am VERY happy with the sound. it actually ended up sounding better than i had expected.........
     
  19. FJ40Jim

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    Replacement exhaust and shocks purchased and installed at the Toyota dealer carry a lifetime warranty.

     
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    I am partial to magnaflow straight-thru mufflers. Anyone tried these on a cruiser?

    I am thinking about going with a 2.5"-3" SS system with a magnaflow after i turbo the 1HZ.
     
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