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Old 01-26-2004, 05:28 PM
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Super 40 vs 50 Series Delta Flow

Super 40 or 50 Series DF

I'm going to have true duals(two of each muffler) put on my Chevy truck (350 Vortec) and I am stuck between the 50 Series Delta Flow and the new Super 40. Anyone installed or purchased a Super 40? If so what's your thoughts. I don't want it too loud on the inside, that's whyI want the 50 Series Delta Flow, rather than a 40 series. I've heard true duels with 40 series on a '83 Mustang (5.0L V8) and it was too loud for me. I want a deep rumble and good sound on accelleration, but not it drumming away at me while i'm driving, whether it be interstate or city. Any suggestions on which mufflers?

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Old 01-26-2004, 06:10 PM
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My thoughts are why do you keep asking the same question over and over again? there`s more than one way to quiet down a exhaust system regardless of the mufflers used. a flowmaster, borla, hooker, all these sound good. if you exit the pipes out back behind the truck it won`t be no where near as loud as you think, I`ve rode in a friends truck that used straight pipes with megs megaphone exhaust tips with 4.11 gears, at 60 mph it cruised at 2700 RPM`s and you could barely hear it because they exited it out the back. if your running cat conveters with flowmasters with next to stock engine it shouldn`t be loud at all, especially if you use a cross over pipe to balance out the flow.
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You've pretty much answered your own question. In your post you stated that you wanted the 50 series over the 40's. Then you said you had heard the 40's on a car and it was too loud for you. Seems to me like you want those 50's, so go get them.
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Old 01-27-2004, 03:16 PM
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First, the reason I keep asking the same question is that hopefully sometime I'll get an appropriate answer. I said I was wonder about the new Super 40 not the 40 series, the original flow. I will exit the pipes out the back, but I was wondering about people that actually had one or the other of these mufflers.
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