|08-02-2003 01:05 AM|
So the 40 series or are you saying the delta flow 40 series. What about the force2? I looked at flowmasters' website and I am considering the folling three mufflers the delta flow 40 series, the force2, and the 40 series.
What's a crossflow muffler? I have a stock single in dual out right now. For the setup i want what's the prices. New muffler, pipes w/chrome tips?
I have a Chevy Silverado.
|08-01-2003 05:18 PM|
|dirtrules||from what you are looking for in sound, the 40 series will prolly be good. nice sound at cruising speed but not at all obnoxious. if it is a little quiet for your taste, just put on the bigger tips. I was amazed at the difference the size of the tip makes! One thing is for sure, nothing compares to the sound of a Flowmaster setup...|
|08-01-2003 04:47 PM|
|Rubberman2003||Well if you have single inlet and dual outlets (you have a camaro)??? Then you need a crossflow muffler (i think) i put the 80 series on my camaro and it has a nice rumble and is pretty loud when i go WOT, not to loud though.|
|08-01-2003 04:44 PM|
|gt2betubbed||I like the 40 series, it has a very nice tone. I do have one suggestion about running your pipes. Around here in Sacramento, everyone and thier mom runs thier pipes all the way out the back on thier trucks. I would run the up high so you can't see the piping, then use crome tips to come out just a hair under the bumper. I think it looks real clean and gives it a nice custom effect. Just my .02|
|08-01-2003 03:28 PM|
I am 16, and I want to replace my stock muffler(single in/dual out) because #1 it has holes in each end,#2 it sounds too weak. I have a stock V8 350ci, Chevy P/U, with a stock cat. I want to replace the muffler with a flowmaster and run the dual pipes out the back(right now they are out the side) with chrome tips. I am considering the delta flow 40series or the forceII. I want something deep and powerful sounding at idle and to sound nice during acceleration, but yet not annoying while at cruisin speeds. Any suggestions?