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Old 11-16-2011, 04:24 PM   #1
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Flows with H Pipe

What type of Flows do I go with on my 89 coupe? Im going with an off road H Pipe. BBK shorty headers, but idk what type of Flows? 2 chamber, 4 chamber?? What's the difference? Any suggestions ??
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I say go single chamber ( 10 series ).
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Old 11-17-2011, 02:39 PM   #3
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Re: Flows with H Pipe

Ok, I'm still a little confused about the difference in chambers. But thank you, I have something to go off now.
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I say go single chamber ( 10 series ).
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Ok, I'm still a little confused about the difference in chambers. But thank you, I have something to go off now.
Agreed with single chambered..
Basically the difference in chambers is just that more or less chambers changes the flow through the mufflers also changing the sound...single chambered exhaust will be more free flowing and louder!..
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Thank you so much! I finally get. And that's what I'm gonna go with.
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Just a small clip of my single chambered exhaust...they aren't flowmasters though...

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That exhaust sounds COO. Thanks man, I appreciate the help.
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I would of went with no chambers cuz flowmasters suck: they lack flow bigtime, on dynomax bullet flows twice as much as a pair of flowmaster 2-chambers...
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I would of went with no chambers cuz flowmasters suck: they lack flow bigtime, on dynomax bullet flows twice as much as a pair of flowmaster 2-chambers...
I guess so, they aren't much of a muffler. Lol
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