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glasspack on a ohv

anyone done it? like/ hate it? thinking of making a side exit exhaust with one..with amount of cats rangers have don't know if any performance improvement with regular turbo style mufflers..am i wrong? with amount gas is lately all for the bang for buck mods! lol
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i'm running a 33" glasspack. i like it, but it's still not as loud as it could be, i can't hear it at all in the cab unless i really gas it. the piping on my truck is just to small.
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i hated mine when i had it don't do it if you guna put a glass pack on just straight pipe it forget the muffler i have been running straight pipes the whole way out the back for a bout 2 months now an i love it nice v8 tone an old muscle car sound. or if you want a muffle just get a supper 44 much better deal i hate glass packs. the only thing i like them on is a small block like a 351 or bigger.
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sounds like garbage, imo. buddy had one on his '98 4.0L OHV....i gave him a Super40....sound soooooo much better.
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what sounds like bull?
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I was talking about a glasspack on a 4.0L OHV...
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going to remove the stock catback when i get a chance to see what it sounds like without it...if too loud/too quiet thinking of going either glasspack or turbo style muffler...as far as sounds goes depends alot on what do after the muffler i assume..dump, out back, etc....
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stock cat back removed..........you'll like it for the first 10 minutes....then you'll hate it. You'll see your miles-per-tank decrease, and you'll feel a power decrease. believe me....
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Glasspack and turbo muffler...you get what you pay for ..20 bucks for a muffler..JUNK. Get a better quality actual PERFORMANCE muffler. Bassani,Magnaflow,Spintech hell i would even flow Flowmaster or Gisbon before i went to a glasspck or a autozone special turbo muffler.
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