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Old 05-25-2012, 10:10 AM   #1
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flowmaster or flowtech???

So I have two diff sets of mufflers and I don't know what ones to use. One set is org 40 series flowmasters and the other set is flowtech terminators. I am running mac shorty headers with an after market h pipe with high flow cats. I just wanted to see what some opinions are. Thanks
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I have the 40 series flow masters and flow tech warlocks. I'm gonna be putting on the warlocks soon. Just to see
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I have the 40 series flow masters and flow tech warlocks. I'm gonna be putting on the warlocks soon. Just to see
Do the Warlocks have the "cut out" made into them?



If so, I'd love to hear how they sound closed up and open.
I'm thinking about a set of those and the electric cut out valves.
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That's what I got. As soon as I put them on I'll make a video of them open and closed.
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That's what I got. As soon as I put them on I'll make a video of them open and closed.
I appreciate your efforts to appease my curiosity.
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I have series 40 flow masters and they sound really nice
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Old 05-25-2012, 04:06 PM   #7
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I have always been a flowmaster guy. I sed to run the 40 series. I recently swapped to the 10 series :drool: and I am in love.
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I have always been a flowmaster guy. I sed to run the 40 series. I recently swapped to the 10 series :drool: and I am in love.
Your 10's definitely sound sick!...I dont think I could ever go back to multi chambered exhaust..one is enough..
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Your 10's definitely sound sick!...I dont think I could ever go back to multi chambered exhaust..one is enough..
Thanx man. I agree. One chamber is all I will ever want again. Your insinerators (?) Sound good to.
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