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Old 11-07-2003, 05:56 PM   #21
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Well, hate to go against the grain, but if you hear mine and hear Ryans, once the clips get up...

In this case, mine (magnaflow) is smooth, Ryan is describing his as rough.

Aviator has heard mine too...I doubt he would call it rough

I wonder why the differences
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maybe because urs is dual mufflers...

i compared my flowmaster to olblueeyes (which had a magnaflow) and mine sounded alot smoother. obviously i can't compare mine to the other magnaflow i heard(gordys)
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Well, hate to go against the grain, but if you hear mine and hear Ryans, once the clips get up...

In this case, mine (magnaflow) is smooth, Ryan is describing his as rough.

Aviator has heard mine too...I doubt he would call it rough

I wonder why the differences
The less cylinders you have the more popping and loudness you're going to have, I think. Also, do you have true duals?

A Magnaflow on a V8 will sound different than a Magnaflow on a V6...
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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.
ME,
id like to post a sound clip, Im sure when I do you will see more people with them
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i believe Allmachtige has one. sounded nice(think he has a gutted cat too)
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Well, hate to go against the grain, but if you hear mine and hear Ryans, once the clips get up...

In this case, mine (magnaflow) is smooth, Ryan is describing his as rough.

Aviator has heard mine too...I doubt he would call it rough

I wonder why the differences
The less cylinders you have the more popping and loudness you're going to have, I think. Also, do you have true duals?

A Magnaflow on a V8 will sound different than a Magnaflow on a V6...
Ok..point taken. That makes sense
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Checking in...

With my MagnaFlow and ANSA tips, I got plenty of low growl at idle.
It got irritating at 2000rpm.
Revving it up sounded good, especially at 3000-3500rpm.
Letting off the gas quickly netted some really nasty rice-crackle-pop...
until I put on a CHERRY BOMB behind the cat in the long section of pipe.
It immediately made the exhaust note mellower with no popping.
That was months ago and it still sounds good.
I still don't have a new sound clip of that yet.
The original clip is in my Uncle'* computer and it was a bitch to download and find a place to get it posted.
Trust me on the Cherry Bomb idea, though.
It worked out nicely.
Good Luck.
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Sorry had to put in my opnion.

After listening to all of the Exhaust clips, SSEi95'* is KILLER!
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ok i went to autozone today to get a cherry bomb..and all they had were like these mufflers..and like muffler extensions.. and they were painted bright red... is this what i want in 2.5" diameter..and does this get installed like right behind the CAT?
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Allmach tige has a dynomax, it'* almost louder at idle then high revs!?!

A cherry bomb is red pipe looking thing, it'* a glass pack pretty much, some people run them on their own (lotsa trucks and 5.0l mustangs are ok with them too) but it helps quiet it down, and with reverb.
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