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Old 09-18-2012, 04:01 PM   #1
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44 series flowmaster with o/r x- pipe?

Right now I have dual 10series flow master an o/r x-pipe. It screams to much and when it idles is rattles basically.

Im really wondering is the 44 series is worth my time to get a deeper tone
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i think it might help a little.. but with an off road x pipe it wont help alot. buy some high flow converters instead
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High flows and switching to the 2 chamber 44s will help alot
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Re: 44 series flowmaster with o/r x- pipe?

so many exhaust threads OP lol.

yes as said in all the other threads 44's will make it much quieter
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Haha ik thanks guys
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