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Old 09-02-2008
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Hooker Mufflers?

I saw in Summitt mag that Hooker is now making mufflers and from what they are saying they sound awsome with a nice deep tone and not to noisey and make alot of power. Has anyone heard about them or know anything?
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Thats news to me. I know Hooker is a damn good brand.
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One of my roomates in college loved Hooker mufflers, had one on his 2004 and I loved how it sounded. I don't know which type of muffler it was but I liked it better than my flowmaster 40 series
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Old 09-03-2008
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well i have them on my mustang, i dunno if it helps at all

idle rev

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XK9s4HXvc6Y


around the middle of the video at night i show up in this one and you can hear it at high rpm

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XHoEDixF2bk

but i know that in my perticular setup ( dual 3" with x pipe and the hooker areo chamber mufflers on a 400in small block) it sounds amazing at high rpm but droans like crazy crusing around town
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aero chamber mufflers in my opinion are DAMN good mufflers aslong as u dont go too big with ur pipes like the above poster, ive run them on many of trucks with good results
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Sweet sounds good, I just don't want something that is like way loud but has a nice tone.
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Awesome, just priced it at a few places and its a good bit cheaper than a 40 series. Anyone got em on a 4 cylinder or know anyone who does? Couldn't find anything on youtube, i'll try streetfire later.
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