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Super 44 or 40 series delta flow?

I'm going to get a new exhaust sometime soon after my rear end swap. I'm looking t either getting a flowmaster super 44 or a 40 series delta flow. Just wanted some opinions. I have a 1998 4.0l ohv.
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I have a SOHC 4.0, but I have had both the Delta 40 and Super 44. I liked the Delta pretty well, but it did not produce a lower sound like I wanted.

I currently have 2.5" piping from the cats back to a Super 44 (SI/DO) to 2.5" piping out the back at an angle under the bumper. This is by far my favorite setup I have ever had. I have had my truck for ~8 years and have had 6/7 different exhaust set ups on my truck.
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ok man thanks alot. I think that is the setup I will go with. Also is your exhaust a duel outlet or a single and then a Y pipe
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You could do either one, but the easiest is having a single in and dual out muffler. That's what my Super 44 is.
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Ok thanks.
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No problem man, glad to help!

Post pics when you get the exhaust set up done!
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I am currently running a delta 50 series muffler on my truck, but to be honest it only improves the reverberations and not so much the sound. Which is why I cut sawzall slices in the bottom of it to make it sound better...
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