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View Poll Results: Should I go Super 40 or Super 44?
Super 40 31 41.89%
Super 44 43 58.11%
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Old 09-11-2008
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Dont mean to take over the thread but, what did the vortex muffler sound on your 4.0? Ive heard the extreme muffler on a 3.0 i think, and it sounded pretty rugged. Obviously with the 4.0 it would sound even more so, better i assume?
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well i have the super 44 on my truck idk why but its about an inch longer then my old original 40?? the sound is softer then the 40 but better sound at idle but driving i cant hear it as good idk why but i do wish i baught a 40 again.
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I have my Super 44 right beside me, I hope it sounds good.
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Super 44 is deeper, more powerful sound compaired to my Super 40 I had AND the Original 40 I had.

My Super 44 is dual out. All my others are single out...might make a difference. Actually.....i'm starting to feel positive about this....dual out dumped is effin' hella sick sounding compaired to single dumped.

I'm still going to run tailpipes on mine though...most likely.
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If you do tips like mine make sure they suck the tips us as far as they can to the bumper. It looks weird if they dont and it keeps them away from the big scary rocks that ruin your day wheelin
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Can't do that....spindles. If i do tailpipes...it'll be dumped infront of my hitch....won't be able to see 'em. stealth like. And i don't like under the bumper on lifted trucks.
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Shane you mean shackles
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ahhh good point
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OH MY GOD. Did i seriously type 'spindles'? wow...holy crap.

SHACKLES!
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Did you ever make a vid of the Super 44 piped the the rear? If so I would love to see/hear it?

Thread digging I know its an oldie
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