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What brand of mufflers do you like best?


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Dynomax and flowmaster...


View Poll Results: what brand of mufflers do you like best?
Dynomax 1 11.11%
Flowmaster 4 44.44%
Cherrybomb 2 22.22%
Flowtech 0 0%
Magniflow 1 11.11%
Other 1 11.11%
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Old 02-20-2011, 11:00 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Old 02-21-2011, 12:53 AM   #2 (permalink)
 
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The only one on the list I used was magnaflow and it was only ok. I have heard a lot of good things about flomaster but never used one but that would be my next one. I have heard the flomaster on another KJ and liked the mellow tone. (so I voted for it)

I don't know what it would sound like on a v-8 but nothing sounds like a v-8 anyway......haha

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I use a Thrush glasspac,cut the third cat off,left rest of system intact. You ought to hear it on the rev limiter.
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I personally like magnaflow.


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Flowmaster. We got it in our Grand Cherokee and Ford Bronco. I'm curious about Cherry Bomb (First time I ever heard of it, no kidding) and Magnaflow which an uncle of mine runs with.


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I've had a buzillion different exhausts and I keep coming back to Flowmaster. I like the little edginess they have to their sound. I appreciate the smoothness of Magnaflow and the straight through design, and I know flowmasters dont give the best performance, but for sound theres no beating them IMO.


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I've had at least a dozen flowmasters, they are fairly durable, flow well and sound like nothing else. These are some 40 series on my bracket car, they sound great in the Vid until I go behind the car and they fry the mic in my camera!
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The least expensive way to change the way your muscle car sounds is to change the mufflers. It would be wise to establish a good relationship with your muffler shop since this purring effect will require a lot of exhaust work. A lot of places online will allow you to hear a sampling of your car with different mufflers on it so you can see what tone you like the best.


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I like the deep tone of magnaflow. It is also not too loud.
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I prefer Borla Exhaust Products.
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