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Old 11-19-2002, 04:14 AM
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What mufflers would sound good on my Blown 350 S-10 pickup but not to loud.It has glass packs now and it is very loud.What does everyone like?

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Old 11-19-2002, 04:19 AM
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I love two chamber flow masters myself. I have dual three inch, but hey are damned loud. A pair of three chambers would be more quiet.

Another excellent choice is the oval dynomax. I did a set of three inch duals on my brothers 383 sbc Nova, and it was surprisingly quiet and smooth. They have a unique sound that is not so sharp like the flowmasters.

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Like what I recomended to "1Meancuda" 30 series Flowmasters dumped under the bed with 8-10 inch long, 3 inch pipe. Very deep tone. <img src="graemlins/mwink.gif" border="0" alt="[mwink]" />
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I would reccomend the dynomax super turbo mufflers. They are quieter and flow better than the flowmaster series 40. put two of 'em with a X or H crossing and you will have one awesome exhaust system I got mine from Jeg's for $32 each!

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Can't beat Dynomax quality for 32 bucks
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Thanks guys.
I will check out the Dynomax mufflers.
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I got the Dynomax's and they sound great and perform well too.
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I had some 3" Dynomax Turbo's on my car then I put on some 3"Warlock mufflers,
I could tell a difference.
The Warlock are better flowing than Dynomax and sound quieter than Flowmaster, with a deeper sound to them. Plus you can take off a plate and run straight open thru them.

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