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K9ENDY 01-28-2013 01:44 AM

Flowmaster Super 44 for 2013 Sport
 
I apologize in advance if this has already been asked. Does anyone know if there is a Flowmaster Super 44 for the 2013 Sport 1500. If so, do you know the configuration and/or part number. I ran a search on their website and didn't come up with a good answer, just a form to fill out that says if something becomes available they will email me. Find it hard to believe that none of the existing configurations work. Thank you.

agjr85 01-28-2013 11:52 AM

it goes by the inlet and outlet size of the pipes.

I think it's 2.5 " inlet and dual 3" outlet, something like that.

any reputable muffler shop can clarify that or if not mock it up at the shop and get it installed.

glitzbd 01-28-2013 05:31 PM

If it is just like a 2012
 
If the diameters are like a 2012 you'll want Single 3" inlet, and dual 2.25" outlet. I think 2.5" outlet is fine and a muffler shop can use it. I used that combo for my Magnaflow and had no issues getting it installed locally.

K9ENDY 01-29-2013 08:48 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by glitzbd (Post 996983)
If the diameters are like a 2012 you'll want Single 3" inlet, and dual 2.25" outlet. I think 2.5" outlet is fine and a muffler shop can use it. I used that combo for my Magnaflow and had no issues getting it installed locally.

Thanks for the replies folks, I will call around and see if anyone stocks it or if I should order it and then take it in. I'm sure it would be cheaper to order it myself.

boomer 01-31-2013 02:52 PM

always cheaper to get it yourself, just pulled the trigger on a 44 myself, install is Monday I cant wait. Some say msds drone gets annoying when the eco mode kicks in, I hope thats not the case but I'll see soon

Yo Nadz 01-31-2013 03:06 PM

I had a super 44 on my old F150. The drone was horrendous.

boomer 01-31-2013 03:36 PM

:/ I know if its just during the eco mode I can get a programmer and eliminate the msds

K9ENDY 02-01-2013 05:37 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Yo Nadz (Post 999590)
I had a super 44 on my old F150. The drone was horrendous.

Any good ideas for a good rumble w/o the drone?

S.C. Express 02-01-2013 06:11 AM

You can't go wrong with the Magnaflows! Mine is built identical to Magnaflow, but costs 1/2 the price. Check out BSM Exhaust Vendor forum/thread on here for the Jones MaxFlow Mufflers. Mine is 18" long, very deep sounding exhaust that gets real nasty sounding above 2k rpms. The 14" is the loudest.

Yo Nadz 02-01-2013 11:11 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by K9ENDY (Post 1000171)
Any good ideas for a good rumble w/o the drone?


I got a Magnaflow 14" put on mine about 2 weeks ago. It sounds INCREDIBLE at idle and cruising around town. Very deep and you definitely know its there, but its not obnoxious like a lot of the flowmaster stuff.

On the highway it does have a little bit of drone. More than I expected from the research I did before my purchase, but nothing to bad. I can live with it.

If I had to re-do my purchase I would probably go with the 18" in hopes of eliminating a little bit of drone, but keeping the deep tone driving around town.


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