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08-04-2003 06:08 AM
horvath I heard that the 40s were a bit louder.

I'm looking at Dynomax BULLETS as my next pair.

Alan
54 Chevy Pickup
08-04-2003 12:42 AM
Dozier768 i'm running the 50 series delta flows on my 76 SWB with a fairly streetable 350, they sound great, not too loud, not to quiet. a stock cam and heads might not produce much sound at idle but i imagine they would sound good on the throttle.


as for the shortbed Vs. extended cab, the longer the pipes will quiet it some on the extended cab
08-03-2003 11:31 PM
dannimo
Which flowmaster?

I have a Chevy pickup with a V8(350).I looked at flowmasters' website and I am considering the following three mufflers the delta flow 40 series, the force2, and the delta flow 50 series.

I have a stock single in dual out right now. I want to replace that muffler and run the duals out the back, rather than out the side as they are now. For the setup i want what are the prices. New muffler, pipes w/chrome tips?

PS
Does being regular cab with a short bed make a difference in sound rather than an extended cab?

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