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Old 11-07-2003, 11:12 AM   #11
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Its a 2 man job to make an audio clip, but I can try tonight...

I always excepted the Flowmasters to be more smooth, in Ryans case, I suppose its not...makes me wonder
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Its a 2 man job to make an audio clip, but I can try tonight...

I always excepted the Flowmasters to be more smooth, in Ryans case, I suppose its not...makes me wonder
Me too. I've always been under the same impression. In fact, it'* been my experience that they're softer than Magnaflow. Could it be a misproduction inside the muffler?? (Doomsayer, I know... )
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hey go to www.mnbonnevilleclub.com then go to photos....then videos and listen to mine...i got hte flowmaster 80 on mine...does it sound like that...mines loud from 1 to 2 rpms...
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great another member with the muffler not centered!! now i don't feel as bad
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You might want to add in some rubber connectors on the hangers
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Its a 2 man job to make an audio clip, but I can try tonight...

I always excepted the Flowmasters to be more smooth, in Ryans case, I suppose its not...makes me wonder
Me too. I've always been under the same impression. In fact, it'* been my experience that they're softer than Magnaflow. Could it be a misproduction inside the muffler?? (Doomsayer, I know... )
Magnaflow is definetly a rougher sound from what i've heard, the flowmaster is a smoother sound.
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Magnaflow is definetly a rougher sound from what i've heard, the flowmaster is a smoother sound.
i completely agree
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Old 11-07-2003, 05:25 PM   #18
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sorry, i don't want to sound completely retarded here.. but what is a cherry bomb? i've seen them at like meijer for like 20$ ..but i'm not sure if that'* what you guys are referring to or not. What is it..and where does it go?
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Magnaflow is definetly a rougher sound from what i've heard, the flowmaster is a smoother sound.[/quote]

Dynomax? For some reason it aways gets left out of exhaust conversations.
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Dynomax is a good muffler. I've run them on 2 Quad4'* in the past 10 years. They sound basically stock on a 4-banger.

I'm not aware of anyone running one here for comparison.
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