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Topic Review (Newest First)
10-12-2006 01:34 PM
CrazyRoyExhaustfreak And one chambers will have the cops on your tail
09-24-2006 01:14 PM
paulo 1 I have installed the 3 chambers in 3 cars.318 Duster,350 Camaro and 318 Dart.All sound great.Thicker,mascule,not loud.

It is like this;3 chamber no problem with the neighbors.2 chambers = ugly faces.
09-24-2006 06:26 AM
matt167 there really is no sound diffrence other than the 3 chamber can sound tinny in some cases but are quieter than the 2 chambers. but the overal sound is the same
09-24-2006 05:12 AM

I have a set of flowmaster 50 series mufflers. I think these are 3 chamber, but not sure. I wanting to know what the difference is between 2 chamber and 3 chamber flowmaster mufflers. Is there a sound difference also? thanks in advance,

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