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Old 01-20-2013, 10:44 PM   #1
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Couple of ?s

So I got some hedman long tube headers with a o/r h-pipe no cats
What mufflers do I need for a nice rumbling sound.?
Also my timing is the stock one
Do I advance it.?
What should my spark plug gap be.?
Should I do the tune up before or after the headers go in.?
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Old 01-21-2013, 02:28 AM   #2
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Old 01-21-2013, 09:49 AM   #3
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I like the flow master 10s, good tone and just loud enough. I would go ahead and do a tuneup if its been a while since the last one. Factory spark plug gap is .54, and I would advance the timing to around 13-14* advance but make sure you have 91 or 93 octane gas in the car before you do that.
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I like the flow master 10s, good tone and just loud enough. I would go ahead and do a tuneup if its been a while since the last one. Factory spark plug gap is .54, and I would advance the timing to around 13-14* advance but make sure you have 91 or 93 octane gas in the car before you do that.
Regular FM 10s or FM Super 10s
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I have regular 10s, I don't know if there's really a significant difference between them and the super 10s.
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I have regular 10s, I don't know if there's really a significant difference between them and the super 10s.
I think mine are super 10s but I don't remember. Hmm.. are yours stainless?
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I think mine are super 10s but I don't remember. Hmm.. are yours stainless?
They're both stainless, all I really know is the 10s are delta flow. Not sure about the supers.
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I have Mac Mufflers and love them.. Got to ride behind and beside my car at interstate speeds on sat and they sound great inside my 02 Accord..
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I have flow master 10's on mine with h pipe and 3im dumps. Sounds great on idle and just comes alive at higher rpm. Very good choice. I'm wanting Borla with SVO side skirts though (later down the road)
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I'm not surprised but why hasn't anyone said Magnaflow Magnapacks or Magnaflow bullets? Or Dynomax Bullets? They're more expensive than Flows but they're definitely deep and "rumbly." I will say tho, I've got Magnaflow bullets dumped with an o/r X and its deafening and bone shaking. If avoidable, don't do dumps
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