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Old 07-12-2007
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ok this is my first post so take it easy on me, i have a magnaflow muffler with a turndown tip now, want something more, little louder. so im lookin at a new flowmaster 44 series, im lookin to get a single in and single out, they coem in sizes 2.25 and 2.5 and 3.0, the outlet is the same size...i kno 3 is out of the question, but 2.25 or 2.5, which one....thanks guys...
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i would probably go with the super 40. its loud and i think you'll like it better than the new super 44..the new super 44 is really free flowing so i mean its going to drone really bad and it might sound tinny. so i say go with the the flowmaster super 40 or the delta flow 40, would be best for your 3.0. use the stock inlet pipe and go with 2.25'' dual outlets. dont go any bigger than 2.5'' or you'll lose a lot of power and wont have the proper backpressure.
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so go with 2.25 outlets, what about inlet, 2.25, it seems like flowmaster does same size inlet and outlets on their mufflers....
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what the muffler shop did for me was leave my stock 2'' inlet pipe then modified the end of the pipe where the inlet pipe goes into the muffler and made it fit 3'' then he had 2.25'' outlets with 3 inch SS tips.
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yea, don't do dual dumps on a flowmaster 40 delta. Its way to loud in the cab. But a single dump is great. thats what I have now.
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I say Borla... and maybe do a side exit...
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ok, so im gonna go with a flowmaster 40 series, single in dual out, 2.25 in/2.25 out, exit in front of rear tire, what yall think??
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sounds good to me, how about like dual pipes out the side, not just one... with 3" tips?those tipes tips, looks clean...

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im gonna do somethin like that, tips will come later, just pipes for now....
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