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Old 09-28-2010, 08:21 AM
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Yeah, I've heard Hemi Rams with Flowmasters inside and out. I like the sound as they go by...definitely muscular...but the sound inside for me was too much.

I like the deeper tone of the Magnaflow myself.

An exhaust choice is very subjective and it's only one the owner can make for themselves.
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I have headers no resonators and flowmaster super40 dumped in front of axle and I love it! It comes down to personal preference, but for me there is no better sounding exhaust.
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I've run Magnaflows on all my vehicles, they just seem to last and sound the best to me...and you can't beat the mufflex design, they got it all done for you it only takes an hour to install tops.
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I have the American Racing mufflers with custom setup coming out in front of the rear tires. If you don't like cabin noise, steer clear of this setup.
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neh..I love my Super 44, is more of a personal preference then to listen to peoples advice. just do your research and see what you like
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I've run flowmasters on my truck and although they did sound pretty good.. their performance is subpar compared to a magnaflow... this is my experience. If all you want is sound, then flowmasters should be considered, but if you do care about performance in these rams (can't say about other cars), this shouldn't be your first choice.
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Yeah, I've heard Hemi Rams with Flowmasters inside and out. I like the sound as they go by...definitely muscular...but the sound inside for me was too much.

I like the deeper tone of the Magnaflow myself.

An exhaust choice is very subjective and it's only one the owner can make for themselves.

How is the sound in the cabin with the Magnaflow?
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Good info on exhaust, I'm looking for custom exhaust thats not very loud, and smog legal. Any body have any ideas? Also what about Gibson exhaust systems?
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My friend has a hooker system on his gas f250 it is weet me I absolutley love my mbrp and was pretty cheap as far as duals go and didn't need to remove spare:]
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I had the catback flowmasters super 40 kit for my 05 f150. It definitely sounded mean but it was more bark than bite for that truck and looked it didnt know what drone was till I got that, but also could be this particular truck. I took it out and sold it to my neighbor and put the 70 on, it was right on for that truck. Flowmasters sound awesome but from my experience and watching my friends, you get maybe 4 years max out of one before they start to deteriorate? I understand they offer them in stainless now..wouldnt hesitate to try one of those, sound is just awesome if thats what youre into. The 70 series get my vote
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