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Terminator!

I am very happy with my super 44 exhaust setup. But i have been on youtube and heard some trucks, stangs,camaros,and even a lasabre with the flowtech terminator and they all sounded sweet! My cousin came threw with his 5.0 stang and he had this muffler installed. Man! the thing sounded like it came str8 from the gates of hades! its freakin one of the best mufflers i have ever heard on a mustang. i was wondering if anybody ran this muffler or is running this muffler on their 4.0. Thanks guys
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no nothing?
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It will never sound like a V8.You are going to lack 1 major thing, or actually 2 things, extra cylinders.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2/search.php

Just type in Flowmaster, or terminator, there are alot of people running them.
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He has the 44 already, he's curious about the Flowtech terminator. There was one guy that wanted one but he was a tool and got made fun of until he left the site. Nothing to do with the muffler though.
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lol oh nice
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i tryed searching and one guy talked about it and said it was insanley loud and ran it on his 3.0 havent read anything about anyone running it on a 4.0.Trust me i'd rather search then start a thread but i really had no choice. Idk i was just curious cuz im hearing real good things about them and like i said before they sound nasty and {good way} on a stang and even a buick lasabre
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Its no problem, thats what this site is for is for people to ask questions. Best way to find out is get it and install it!
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Just be sure to post up sound clips or videos when you get it installed!
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thanks amen blackedge lol yea and if i dont like it or like it there will be a terminator or flowmaster super 44 for sale!
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It will never sound like a V8.You are going to lack 1 major thing, or actually 2 things, extra cylinders.

https://www.ranger-forums.com/forum2/search.php?

Just type in Flowmaster, or terminator, there are alot of people running them.
^ i do believe that was douche-baggery....

anywho... i've heard great things about flowtech, and i've been interested in the warlock model they make to put on my 4.0. i had no luck finding any sound clips or anyone that ran it on here either dude.
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well i checked summit and they dont make them in single in dual out universal models. they do but its for chevy trucks and stangs. Their universal ones are single in single out
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Just Y pipe it, into duals..
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^ i do believe that was douche-baggery....
You are probably right. I miss read and thought he said he wanted to hear a 44

Sorry mate
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obviously it would cost more to y pipe right?
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do y pipe exhausts sound as good or better?, and no im not after the v8 sound
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A Y pipe has nothing to do with the exhaust sound. It is merely a split in the pipe, creating a Y shape.
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You might want to try the single in, dual out if you want duals, even if it is for a chevy truck, you sill still be able to get a reducer to cut down on the pipe size,
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the size of the inlet outlet on the chevy truck muffler is the same as my 44 now 3 inch in 2 1/2 out
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Then what is the problem running it?
It should fit right in, unless I'm missing something
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yea im doing it baby! idk u think a muffler for a v8 chevy truck would work well with a 4.0?
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idk u think a muffler for a v8 chevy truck would work well with a 4.0?
If it is the same dimensions, there will be no difference. Mufflers are not made specifically for each motor.
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sweet! im doing it
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the thickness and width of the inner walls are thicker then the super 44 and the case length is two inchs longer
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Shouldn't make a difference.
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Sweet. Let me know if it sounds good. I want to do something with my exhaust also. I like to hear my truck run if you know what I mean.
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