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Old 02-02-2004, 09:15 PM   #11
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Are these all stainless steel mufflers? Which is quiter - the Flowmaster or the Dynamax?

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Both sites have sound clips of similar motors, I think the flowmaster is quiter but it is different sound more of a rumble, the dynomax is more of frap sounds...bit raspy.
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Both sites have sound clips of similar motors, I think the flowmaster is quiter but it is different sound more of a rumble, the dynomax is more of frap sounds...bit raspy.
Quiet is good...as long as it flows well. What does the Flowmaster cost in Canada?

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www.driverfx.ca (canadian tire company)
heres the flow master price list
http://www.7453217467431.com/browse/...bmLocale=en_CA

theres a price list for dynomax too
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www.driverfx.ca (canadian tire company)
heres the flow master price list
http://www.7453217467431.com/browse/...bmLocale=en_CA

theres a price list for dynomax too
Thanks very much...very helpful

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Would the 93 SSEi use the same 80 series Flowmaster with the 2.5" pipe size or the 3.0" ???

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I think this shows the need for an Exhaust Mod tech info w/ piping sizes and part numbers.
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I think this shows the need for an Exhaust Mod tech info w/ piping sizes and part numbers.

That sure would help a bunch

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Would the 93 SSEi use the same 80 series Flowmaster with the 2.5" pipe size or the 3.0" ???

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you should have 2.5" stock tubing. go with the single 2.5" inlet / dual 2.5" outlet (as i listed towards the top)
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flowmaster series 40 on mine nice rumble....been ask if i have v8 in there instead of v6
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