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Old 09-06-2018, 12:57 PM   #1  
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NO MORE DYNOMAX?

Seems Like Dynomax Is No Longer Making Exhaust Systems For Third Gens.



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Old 09-06-2018, 01:41 PM   #2  
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That's ok, their 4th gen systems work great for catback set ups with a bit of fab...
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That's a shame. It was probably the closest thing to an oem looking exhaust system we had as an option. Sounds good too.
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I'll look into this and update when I can. I work here at Tenneco and can get a final answer. Sometimes we have website glitches when the data is uploaded, this could be one of those issues.
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No products have been obsoleted, we are having an issue with the website lookup. If you type in the part numbers in the search bar it will populate. Sorry for the inconvenience, I am working to get it fixed now.
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No products have been obsoleted, we are having an issue with the website lookup. If you type in the part numbers in the search bar it will populate. Sorry for the inconvenience, I am working to get it fixed now.
Any chance of whispering in the right ear to get some additional exhaust options? Specifically all the thirdgen catbacks are 2.5" at the muffler inlet. If a 3" option was available, it'd be a lot more popular. The late 4th gen intermediate pipes are really close, it wouldn't take much to put together a 3" system.

A few short adapters, like most other manufacturers use, could be offered to adapt a 3" intermediate pipe to the large single cat, smaller cats, dual cats, etc. That way you could have one pair of stock style 2.5" exhaust pipes, one 3" in/dual 2.5" out muffler, one intermediate pipe, and less than half a dozen simple adapters, which would cover all the popular thirdgen options. A person with a low output 305 could buy the same kit as someone with a high output 305, and they'd have the option of changing the adapter later when they upgrade the rest of the exhaust. The way things are now, most people aren't going to buy Walker/Dynomax because of the 2.5" reduction at the muffler inlet, and lack of coverage for different models.

Not sure why Summit doesn't seem to stock the 53061/54064 pipes anymore, but if they go away that'd about kill the thirdgen market. It'd also be nice if the dual cat version of the 46669 intermediate pipe came back.

Stock style early and late thirdgen tailpipes would be nice too. The currently offered tail pipes look sorta like the early thirdgens, but they also look to be crush bent.

Anyway, just rambling.
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Trust me, I hear you. There are a lot of things going on here at Tenneco, especially with the acquisition of Federal Mogul. Not to mention, Tenneco is a very large company and things tend to move slowly. I will try and mention something when the opportunity presents itself. These kits are not top sellers though, so others tend to take precedent.
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