What mufflers are you using

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  1. 455 Formula

    455 Formula Veteran Member

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    Nice!!!!
     
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    2 1/8 stepped to 2 1/4 ss headers with 4 in collector to 4 inch x pipe to kooks 3 1/2 race ovals to 3 tail pipes.

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    jpkerley Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Spintech, just got my on this weekend and they sound like nothing I've ever heard before. I went with the 6000's and was very anxious since I had never heard any Spintechs in person but they sound awesome.
     
  4. 1970camaroRS

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    I will have a set of split-case spintechs for sale soon. 3" in, 2.5" out with inlet and outlet on the same side. I ran them out the sides infront of the rear tires. Sounds like this (nevermind the belt slip):
    http://youtu.be/_JYqEPle7Ss
    http://youtu.be/9qzpsv5MFgQ

    You can see how I set it up here. Drove to the muffler shop with the system on my roof.

    http://youtu.be/TcU2u8vhAsU

    Got my new 'mufflers' in the mail from muscl car the other day. First time I've had to use quotes when saying mufflers. Schoenfelds sure don't look like they muffle anything.

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  5. hhott71

    hhott71 R.I.P 11/19/18 Lifetime Gold Member

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    Thrush Sonic Turbos were the last mufflers I ran.
     
  6. purpleflame

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    dynatech headers, 1 7/8 stepdown to 1 3/4 to 3.5" collectors, car chemistry inserts, pypes 3" dual exhaust with pypes M-80 mufflers, sounds way nice and throaty, and definitely not that flowmaster sound.
     
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    Are you sure you don't mean 1 3/4 step to 1 7/8 instead?
     
  8. 5spd540

    5spd540 Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    Anything other than flowmasters
     
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    yeah sorry that was what I meant, its early here no coffee yet.
     
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    Fbird Veteran Member Lifetime Gold Member

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    While I am NO big fan of flowmaster......(yeah thats whats on mine) back in the day......circa ....1988 ish.....there was only 2 choices...Flowmaster or Dynomax.....no comparison....

    My current excuse is.......i'm cheap and they aint broke :)
     

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