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Old 10-29-2012, 11:32 PM   #1
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dual in dual out muffler instead of a mid pipe?

I was thinking you could use a muffler like this
http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/wcs...4_pri_larg.jpg
and just use it as a mid pipe and have dual straight pipes from the muffler back.
would it work? would it sound "okay".
the engine it would be used on is a 4.2 with singleport and whatever cam they used in the 1997 f150 v6.
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Old 10-29-2012, 11:43 PM   #2
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i would assume it would sound like my current setup with is a mac prochamber and no mufflers...

skip to 1:00 if you wanna by-pass my old prochamber & flow 40 setup...



in person it's not a horrible sound, but i will say it drones like crazy on the interstate. has a great tone when taking off though and when idling confuses people lol.

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sorry it's not pretty...it's just a tossed together setup till i can find the right mufflers to go with all my SS tubing i have ready to go on
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:01 AM   #3
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is a prochamber kindof like a muffler?
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:12 AM   #4
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form what i've found diagram wise on line it's pretty close..it's got a single chamber where the exhaust x pipes into...it's a very strange design lol but i love how it made my GT sound so i stuck it on my sixxer..and i like how it made it sound
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http://www.google.com/patents?id=HKI...%2C1228&edge=0
like that?

I like my Idle(wouldn't mind if it was louder and had even more lump) but it gets kinda ricey over 2500rpm.
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Old 10-30-2012, 12:34 AM   #6
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yeah that's it...such a strange singe chambered midpipe lol. but i love it...

what's your current setup?
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my current setup is just a muffler delete with all 4 cats. It sounds a little bit better with the rebuildt 4.2 and the slightly different cam.
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i'd reccomend going to a dual setup with a nice chambered muffler setup. i honestly am getting tired of no mufflers after having it like this for about 8 months...
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if i going with a full setup with mid-pipe and everything I already decided that.
I would get a longtube headers, O/R H-pipe and flowmaster 40's. then later I'd get a lumpy cam and sound like this.
fast forward to 0:22.
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not bad sounding...my friends 4.3 had a lumpy cam, lt headers, no cats, and flow 40s...he didn't want a midpipe

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I was thinking you could use a muffler like this
http://shop.advanceautoparts.com/wcs...4_pri_larg.jpg
and just use it as a mid pipe and have dual straight pipes from the muffler back.
would it work? would it sound "okay".
the engine it would be used on is a 4.2 with singleport and whatever cam they used in the 1997 f150 v6.
I like that idea, I was looking for an x pipe but never thought of this. Right now I'm running divorced duals with two glass packs and wanted to add an X pipe. But what about a Dual in/out cherry bomb extreme. It's a single chamber muffler, but I'm sure you know that haha but I would think that would work better than a flow 44. But I'm not sayin a 44 would sound bad either
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I think it would be louder and probably better.
I was actually looking at using the flowmaster super 40. I wanted a original 40 but they don't have dual in dual out for it.
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I think it would be louder and probably better.
I was actually looking at using the flowmaster super 40. I wanted a original 40 but they don't have dual in dual out for it.
Hmm I've never heard a super 40 on our cars
But I'm sure it would sound really good
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I think it would be louder and probably better.
I was actually looking at using the flowmaster super 40. I wanted a original 40 but they don't have dual in dual out for it.
Super 40's are just like the original 40's just a little raspy but the same loudness.
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Hmm I've never heard a super 40 on our cars
But I'm sure it would sound really good
sorry it's not a sixxer but here's my GT with super 40s and a prochamber

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