What mufflers are you using

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  1. SLO_Z28

    SLO_Z28 Veteran Member

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    [youtube]zzw0xox7HsU[/youtube]

    Magnaflow, 2.5 inch.
     
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    Did anyone notice the side to side movement of the rear tire in that video as the car turned back and forth. Seems pretty excessive or is that normal for a leaf spring car?
     
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    Its by design. Most of what you see is body roll, the rest is the tire sidewall flexing. There are some other tricks at play there, but I cant give my designs away as I will be selling the parts shortly. You want a car to articulate, watch anyone with a competitive C-Prepared car, you want to car to "set it" and articulate. Thats with 950# fronts and 280# rears:
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    DynoMax Ultra-Flo Welded 2.5" 17219s, they're mellow and deep at idle and throaty in cruise, but a little poppy on decel. They did make a difference in flow and engine response. The F-40s I use to have sounded good but were too loud and droney. Nice run there SLO by the way.
     
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    Transverse Flowmaster with cut tail pipes so you can't see them.
     
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    i run pypes , i love the deep tone . but i admit i still like flowmaster
     
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    i love the drivethru bit :p
     
  8. Led Zep

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    Magnaflow all the way.MORE quiet than Flowmaster at idle,Cheaper than Flowmaster,and OUTFLOW Flowmaster(Flowmaster what a joke).And no drone.3" Magnaflow so simple...

    http://youtube.com/watch?v=RKV:9smL_I
     
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    Flowmaster original 40 series mufflers. 2-1/2" with h-pipe. Same exhaust for almost 14 years. A change is coming soon...stay tuned! ;)

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    2.5 inch Stainless Pypes Street-Pros. Like the way they pronounce the cam.
     

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