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Old 06-03-2012, 09:41 AM   #1
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I u think it's better to run 40 series Flowmaster or straight pipes???
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If you want loud go with 10 series flowmasters. They are way louder than 40 series and sound better than straight pipes imo
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If you want loud go with 10 series flowmasters. They are way louder than 40 series and sound better than straight pipes imo
+1, They do sound better except at wot,
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+1, They do sound better except at wot,
haha. ok ok, you got me there.
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Like dream said, go with 10s. My 90 has 40s and they are pretty quiet with a nice tone. My 93 with 10s flows is louder with a tone and hardly any drone. Straight pipes are loud as hell and it will eventually aggravate you when you can't hold a conversation in your car without yelling.

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haha. ok ok, you got me there.
I don't DD the 93 anymore so the exhaust stops right under the trans. Putting cutouts in whenever i can order them. Love the sound when I press the pedal all the way down though.
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Old 06-03-2012, 11:27 AM   #6
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If you want loud go with 10 series flowmasters. They are way louder than 40 series and sound better than straight pipes imo
+1 My Mach has the Flowmaster cat back that is basically no mufflers and Flowmaster tips. It sounds good WOT, but not as much everywhere else.

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+1 My Mach has the Flowmaster cat back that is basically no mufflers and Flowmaster tips. It sounds good WOT, but not as much everywhere else.
Here's a sample

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Old 06-03-2012, 12:27 PM   #7
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How much does a set of 10's cost ?
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Old 06-03-2012, 12:38 PM   #8
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My American thunder 40 series flows are pretty louder with my off/road x-pipe

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How much does a set of 10's cost ?
Just the mufflers I found them brand new for $64 a piece

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My American thunder 40 series flows are pretty louder with my off/road x-pipe

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Just the mufflers I found them brand new for $64 a piece
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Old 06-03-2012, 12:40 PM   #9
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I have 40's on my car now ... Just not as Loud at an idle as I'd like
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Old 06-03-2012, 12:44 PM   #10
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i used to love my 40 series. that is until i added 10 series.
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Old 06-03-2012, 12:46 PM   #11
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How much louder we talkin lol
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Old 06-03-2012, 12:52 PM   #12
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well my reaction, with the same mid pipes and header. just changing mufflers and dumping them. i said holy *****. on fire up! lol but my buddy didnt hear me. so when i shut it off he said holy ***** to. haha
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Sweet me want now and my mid pipe is larger then the rest is that weird ?
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dont get me wrong though. i have always been a 40 series fan. they still sound good. but if you want loud 10s are the way to go. as long as you have understanding neighbors.
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Old 06-03-2012, 01:06 PM   #15
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Hahah I do like mine a lot too ... Jus wanna make a tad more noise and I live in BFE so I'm all set lol
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Hahah I do like mine a lot too ... Jus wanna make a tad more noise and I live in BFE so I'm all set lol
you should be all good them.
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Old 06-03-2012, 01:11 PM   #17
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Ha yehp.. Thanks man!
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Old 06-03-2012, 01:21 PM   #18
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i used to love my 40 series. that is until i added 10 series.
I was think of getting the 10s I just haven't really heard them enough to like them!!
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If you're anything like Dreamstang and myself you're gunna LOVE the 10's!...you'll never go back
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Old 06-03-2012, 01:55 PM   #20
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Anyone have a sound clip?
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Old 06-03-2012, 02:01 PM   #21
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I found some on YouTube..they sound awesome but I noticed they have a raspy sound under deceleration...but I'm a fan ill be getting some myself
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If you're anything like Dreamstang and myself you're gunna LOVE the 10's!...you'll never go back
So are you and Dreamstang running w/o cats with the 10 series?
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Old 06-03-2012, 02:14 PM   #23
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10 series


10 series better quality vid


40 series but not good quality


The 40 series isn't good quality. And you can't tell loudness in the comparisons. But you get the point.
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So are you and Dreamstang running w/o cats with the 10 series?
Yeah we're both runnin o/r h-pipe...but I dont have flows I have bullit insynerators..still only single chambered like the 10's but more of a new school glasspack.

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If ya'll are watchin this on a cell phone I highly recommend headphones to really hear what goin on
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Yeah we're both runnin o/r h-pipe...but I dont have flows I have bullit insynerators..still only single chambered like the 10's but more of a new school glasspack.
Okay, I was thinking was doing the glass pack thing as I remember it anyway. Mine doesn't sound as good as the 10 series. Also, I bet my setup is not the best for back pressure, being that there is no mufs at all. With that, I think I'm looking for a new cat back setup. The rest of my exhaust is stock. Thanks!

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Yeah we're both runnin o/r h-pipe...but I dont have flows I have bullit insynerators..still only single chambered like the 10's but more of a new school glasspack.

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If ya'll are watchin this on a cell phone I highly recommend headphones to really hear what goin on
I listened to the vid too. Sounds good!
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Yeah we're both runnin o/r h-pipe...but I dont have flows I have bullit insynerators..still only single chambered like the 10's but more of a new school glasspack.

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If ya'll are watchin this on a cell phone I highly recommend headphones to really hear what goin on
Yeah they don't have the old school glass pack sound they. They sound a lot better imo.
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You guys know where you can buy incinerators? I googled and got mostly vids. Is that brand name?
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You guys know where you can buy incinerators? I googled and got mostly vids. Is that brand name?
Here ya go. http://www.lawsonindustries.com/
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Re: Exhaust

Get some Magnaflows, I think they sound great when you get on it.
Then do what I did and put some cut outs in when you want it loud.

Here is mine with the Cutouts open


and this one with them closed
2012-04-16_15-44-12_840.mp4 video by biggbronco - Photobucket
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