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Old 02-08-2012, 10:48 AM   #1
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Right now im running divorced dual exhaust, just straigh piped, has cats but no mufflers. Sounds alrite but what would you recommend I get, flowmaster, borla, ect for mufflers, assuming it would give it a better tone and reduce some interior noise
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Flowmaster 10 series mufflers will give you a nice aggressive tone but the Super 44s will give you the decreased interior you desire and still have a good sound to it. Just check them out on YouTube
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I want mine to sound mean and load as well. Thanks for for post!
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I want mine to sound mean and load as well. Thanks for for post!
Definitely go with the Flowmaster 10 series mufflers. They're $60 in the JEGS magazine. Then later when you get a cam... your face will be like this :O haha
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Re: Mufflers

If you want a good sounding car, grab a set of original 40s.

If you don't care if it sounds good and just want a loud obnoxious car that sounds like it should have a 4" N1 style muffler (this is a ricer reference) then go for something like a 10 series flowmaster. I've had them, they were a good 7hp pickup (this is on an almost 500hp car) but the import-ish-flatulence sound wasn't worth 7hp in my mind.
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Where is the best place to get a flowmaster 10 series? And how much do they usually cost?

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Oh and how do I know which one to get?
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Most muffler shops carry them jegs got them for bout 60 a piece and eBay has them for bout 60 a piece.. that's the 10 series ... The 40 series sounds Damn good to ... Was told 10 series makes the v6 sound more mean with deep rumble I agree with it ... But its all opinion .. you could go cherrybombs into flowmasters.. also a awesome aggressive sound
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Re: Mufflers

i have glass packs to flow 40's sounds mean i dont have cats tho

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I had tens but if you have a stock motor and no cats and divorced duals (first set up) your car runs like crap and sounds just as good (opinion) cuz there's not enough back press. in the system and you demolish low end torque
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Watch Stacy David's gears show, there is a great episode that explains the truth about back pressure. You don't need backpressure, bit high air velocity. That's why if your piping is too big you lose low end. Not high enough air velocity. Go too small and you can't move enough air fast enough and choke the engine. On our sixxers dual 2.25 inch pipes are perfect. Your cats and muffles won't have nearly the effect that your pipe size will. Goodnight back pressure myth, knowledge is power!
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Watch Stacy David's gears show, there is a great episode that explains the truth about back pressure. You don't need backpressure, bit high air velocity. That's why if your piping is too big you lose low end. Not high enough air velocity. Go too small and you can't move enough air fast enough and choke the engine. On our sixxers dual 2.25 inch pipes are perfect. Your cats and muffles won't have nearly the effect that your pipe size will. Goodnight back pressure myth, knowledge is power!
I saw that episode. My mind was blown. Made so much sense.
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Right!? For a piece of machinery that performs better with the more air you move quickly, back pressure just starts to sound silly. People are going with bigger pipes and losing low end so they automatically think "oh I decreased back pressure and lost torque so I must need back pressure". Look at race engines, no back pressure there! Its been fun researching this, its amazing how out of hand the back pressure myth has gotten.
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