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Old 06-21-2013, 10:01 AM   #1
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Magnaflow glass pack question

For all you guys or girls who have had the Magnaflow glass packs on their cars for awhile do they still sound good?
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I don't know if streets are glass packs -"BUT"

My Magnaflow streets actually sound much better after being on my car for 5,000 + miles. Slightly louder, Much deeper and just have a great tone to them. I just went on a nice ride to Orlando on a very rainy morning. I left the house at just before 5:AM and took the back roads and just kept it about 50 MPH and listened to the growl of my exhaust over the great 60's music on my sirius radio. No other cars in sight. You really have to tune your ears to hear the mufflers because they are not intrusive and obnoxious sounding. Just a nice hummmmmmm.

Like I said, I don't know if the Magnaflow streets use any packing or they are chambered but they sure sound good.

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Glass packs as in resonators?? I got a set 18" and total is 22"

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My Magnaflow streets actually sound much better after being on my car for 5,000 + miles. Slightly louder, Much deeper and just have a great tone to them. I just went on a nice ride to Orlando on a very rainy morning. I left the house at just before 5:AM and took the back roads and just kept it about 50 MPH and listened to the growl of my exhaust over the great 60's music on my sirius radio. No other cars in sight. You really have to tune your ears to hear the mufflers because they are not intrusive and obnoxious sounding. Just a nice hummmmmmm.

Like I said, I don't know if the Magnaflow streets use any packing or they are chambered but they sure sound good.

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Also, I've noticed how many say roush are loud. I have to "tune" in to hear my exhaust at a stop light. The resonators/ glass packs helped alot to calm the drama air pushers that the roush are. Js
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Glass packs as in resonators?? I got a set 18" and total is 22"

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Also, I've noticed how many say roush are loud. I have to "tune" in to hear my exhaust at a stop light. The resonators/ glass packs helped alot to calm the drama air pushers that the roush are. Js
+1 when I had my glass packs on it really calmed them down. I almost left them on because they sounded really good, I just missed that rip your face off after 3 k race car sound. Lol. When I do headers /off road x they will definitely be going back on.
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Ya I bought a set of the 18" ones and went to the shop today about getting them put on and the gig said their worthless. I had only seen good things about them. I'm putting them on with my o/r h pipe and pype bombs because above 3k doesn't sound that great, hoping it'll help.
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Ya I bought a set of the 18" ones and went to the shop today about getting them put on and the gig said their worthless. I had only seen good things about them. I'm putting them on with my o/r h pipe and pype bombs because above 3k doesn't sound that great, hoping it'll help.
They will definitely help if your looking to reduce the rasp and scream, I'm not quite sure why he said there useless???
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Honestly its Friday and I don't think he wanted to do extra work
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Honestly its Friday and I don't think he wanted to do extra work
Yep, your probably right!
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Ya I bought a set of the 18" ones and went to the shop today about getting them put on and the gig said their worthless. I had only seen good things about them. I'm putting them on with my o/r h pipe and pype bombs because above 3k doesn't sound that great, hoping it'll help.
Talk to alrefire. He has the off road H. It's calmed down ALOT with the resonators.
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Talk to alrefire. He has the off road H. It's calmed down ALOT with the resonators.
I need to do this lol
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