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Old 04-17-2013, 07:49 PM   #1
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flowmaster on single pipe?

Automatic v6 single pipe flowmasters? What you guys think?
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Automatic v6 single pipe flowmasters? What you guys think?
Better then stock there's a vid on YouTube.. Sounds okay..
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Better then stock there's a vid on YouTube.. Sounds okay..
Does it still have a deep grawl sound?
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Does it still have a deep grawl sound?
Better off saving up, I saw the video and saw it in person. It's better than stock but not what your thinking. I was disappointed, save up for the MAC dual bolt on. $300, easy to install and sounds/looks awesome. Check the video for both on YouTube
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Better off saving up, I saw the video and saw it in person. It's better than stock but not what your thinking. I was disappointed, save up for the MAC dual bolt on. $300, easy to install and sounds/looks awesome. Check the video for both on YouTube
+1 if you do it I suggest dumping the exhaust..
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Id save up and do dual conversion then slap on some flownasters.
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I have single flow 40s catless. Loud.
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I have single flow 40s catless. Loud.
With the stock exhaust?
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With the stock exhaust?
Yes. All I did was change muffler to flow 40s and gutted the cats. Loud and sounds good my opinion.
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keep in mind a single setup will never be as loud or deep as a dual setup...maybe consider just tossing up a 40 now to hold you over but keep saving to buy another one to make a dual exhaust
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keep in mind a single setup will never be as loud or deep as a dual setup...maybe consider just tossing up a 40 now to hold you over but keep saving to buy another one to make a dual exhaust
Yeah, that's what i was thinking, I'm gonna put it on but later get my dual exhaust, thanks everyone
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