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Old 02-03-2004, 11:37 PM   #31
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No hard feelings! I know there'* no seat of the pants feel difference either. I think it'* all sound difference beween them pretty much. To each his own muff

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Good recovery, guys. I don't like the messenger being shot

Flowmaster is better for performance than stock, and probably within 5% of the performance of the Magnaflow. If that'* close enough for you to want to lean to the flowmaster side for the sound you're after, then more power to you. You're still better off than stock. That'* what'* important.

I'd still like to assemble a general Techinfo. This thread is BULGING with good info. Kudos to the Doc again.
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*worst elvis impression* "Thank you...thank you very much"

Bonne: How old are you anyway?
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Big 20.

I think every muffler made will be slightly different. Magnaflow has the stainless going for it, but I prefer the flowmaster.

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Here'* some clips! Right Click save as!!

Smellbird 1998 SLE (L36, resonator) Stock exhaust, what 95%+ here have.

http://www.fearthepearl.com/vids/smellbird.mpg

BonneMeMn. 1993 SLE (L27, no res, High Flow N10 Muffler) Special option till 93...

http://www.fearthepearl.com/vids/bonneme.avi

Allmachtige 1994 SSE (L27, resonator, Dynomax muffler)

http://www.fearthepearl.com/vids/allmachtige.mpg

zzzzzeke 1994 SLE (L27, Resonator, Flowmaster 80 series)

http://www.fearthepearl.com/vids/zeke.mpg

Crazydriver868 1992 SSEi (L67, no resonator, Flowmaster 80 series)

http://www.fearthepearl.com/vids/crazydriver.mpg

Willwren 1993 SSEi (L67, res i think, hi flow cat, modded engine, magnaflow)

http://www.fearthepearl.com/vids/footwork.mpeg

SSEi95'* 1995 SSEi (L67, no res, 3" pipe, modded engine, magnaflow)

http://www.fearthepearl.com/vids/ssei95.mpg
Zeke'* sounds the best, second is crazydriver, both flowmasters.
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Don't forget that live and memorex can sound totally different. Mine sounds different in person than in my sound clips.
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Don't forget that live and memorex can sound totally different. Mine sounds different in person than in my sound clips.
you're just jealous he picked me over you!

j/k...i know exactly what you mean.


Thanks for the compliment by the way
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listening to my car makes me want to cry. I want that car back..!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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