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Old 08-26-2004
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So true man... thanx for the info on the flowies. What kind of performance gains have you been getting with you dynomax System? I'm interrested. I'll have to check out the Rancho site to see what's up as well. Thanx a ton for the help, cuz now I ahve a different perspective to look from. Alot of people were telling me what I wanted to hear, but with no explanation of y really. Thanx for that.
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:axe: I have flowmaster 50 series delta flow.
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Dave,
You have to remember something about that vid I sent ya.. A LOT of the sound your hearing is fron the engine bay as well as the exhaust, thats why it sounds like an indy car.

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Yeah, That's one of the reasons y I like it! That Vid Kiked ***. ;-D
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