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Cherry bomb glasspack vs flow master 40 vs flow master 10!

Discussion in 'Exhaust Mods' started by braedenwaterman, Jan 14, 2021.

  1. braedenwaterman

    braedenwaterman I'm NEW... What now?

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    What is louder??


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  2. kennythewelder

    kennythewelder B31-3 (6 G ) certified

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    Straight pipes, no muffler.
     
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    OldCracker29 I've been knocked down drug out and left for dead

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  4. DarrenWS6

    DarrenWS6 The original Ford guy around here

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    In terms of volume:

    Glasspack>Super10>40 Series.

    In terms of sound quality and tone:
    40 Series>Super10>Glasspack.

    I myself would say try and get a direct flow Magnaflow or Borla XR1 either one being round body to have a very nicely shaped tone with output.
     
  5. kennythewelder

    kennythewelder B31-3 (6 G ) certified

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    Without any truck info, and no engine info, thats part of the reason why I answered, straight pipes. Sound is a relevant thing. What sounds good to me, may or may not to you. the engine, heads, cam, exhaust pipe, or pipes, a X or H pipe, cats, and type of or lack of a muffler, or mufflers will all effect the sound of the exhaust. Personally, I have a set of shorty headers, gutted cats, true duals out the back, with 2-24" old school glass packs on my 1997 Chevy with its original vortec 5.7L (350). A lot of people comment on how good the exhaust sounds. Someone posted a thread on another forum a while back of a 69 Camaro. They said they want there truck to sound like that. Well the Camaro had a big block with a big cam, aluminum heads 3 inch exhaust, and a set of long tube headers. Your stock small block will never sound like that, with a muffler swap or muffler delete.
     
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    308nato I'm too LAZY to Choose a Custom Title!!!

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    I had a flowmaster on my Chevy S-10 vortec V6 and it sounded darn good.
    Don't have it anymore as the truck it self was just to
    small for what I needed.at the time.
     
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    braedenwaterman I'm NEW... What now?

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    I used to work with a guy who had a 2005 Chevy with a 4.8L. He pulled off the muffler, and put straight pipes. The truck gained a good bit of power, and was plenty loud. The next trick is to put turn downs just after the straight pipes.
     
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