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Old 04-19-2014, 10:02 PM   #1
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Hi guys. I'm new here. I have the Flowmaster American thunder Catback installed on my 04 GT right now. The headers and midpipe are stock. I want something louder than what I have. What would you recommend? Flowmaster Super 44s or Flowmaster 10 series?

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Flow master 10s are the louder option over the 44s so it just depends on your taste of sound it will also give it a nice deep open sound.
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would you say that there will be a noticeable sound difference from the Flowmaster super 40s to the Super 44s?
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would you say that there will be a noticeable sound difference from the Flowmaster super 40s to the Super 44s?

I would say that you will notice a slight difference between the 2 the super 44s will be a more deep open sound and it will be louder.
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sounds good. thanks for the help!
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sounds good. thanks for the help!

Your welcome post up later what you decide to go with I'm excited to here what your exhaust build will sound like when you get done what you want on it.
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Your welcome post up later what you decide to go with I'm excited to here what your exhaust build will sound like when you get done what you want on it.

will do!
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i recommend custom dumps

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Hi guys. I'm new here. I have the Flowmaster American thunder Catback installed on my 04 GT right now. The headers and midpipe are stock. I want something louder than what I have. What would you recommend? Flowmaster Super 44s or Flowmaster 10 series?

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You are not going to get much louder with the stock midpipe. Get a nice aftermarket catted one or O/R if you don't have emissions or are going to do the emissions day swap every 1-2 years.
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That looks awesome man! Not very street legal though lol
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That looks awesome man! Not very street legal though lol
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I'm in florida as well...clearwater... I just got my car out of the shop I had a stage 2 clutch, frp throw out bearing& pilot bearing new clutch fork and ball mac prochamber and pypes pype bomb axle back, polyurethane Trans mount with cross member installed ... Tune yet to be installed due to I just got the car back today from the shop next door to mine... I can tell you this car is a new beast almost reminds me of my old Camaro OH... Jk
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44s are quieter than the 40s I'm pretty sure, however like scotty said, with stock mid pipe you won't tell a difference. From a personal view, my cousin had 40s and went with 44s and they were not louder, maybe quieter. I would go with 10s if you want a bigger difference with the stock mid pipe.
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44s are quieter than the 40s I'm pretty sure, however like scotty said, with stock mid pipe you won't tell a difference. From a personal view, my cousin had 40s and went with 44s and they were not louder, maybe quieter. I would go with 10s if you want a bigger difference with the stock mid pipe.


that's what I was thinking. Thanks for the help
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