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post #1 of (permalink) Old 03-07-2004, 12:05 PM
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I want to purchase a exhaust system fo my 94 k1500 suburban. I like the way the flow masters sound. I don't know which one to buy. Which flow is everyone running and what they like about it.
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I'm running a 40 series Delta Flow. It has a nice sound to it on the outside, although it resonates some on the inside still, but not so bad that I can't stand it. As for buying the full catback system, I would recommend just buying a muffler and taking it to an exhaust shop and have them take care of it. I would imagine that you would save some money that way, and get the exhaust the way you want it, rather than just a cookie cutter type setup.
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I have 40 series flowmaster which is the loudest flowmaster makes. I would take it to a local muffler shop and tell them what you want and they could give you a price.
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post #4 of (permalink) Old 03-07-2004, 01:40 PM
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I have a 3" single 50 DF on my truck. It's quiet inside the truck, which is nice. Its got a little deeper sound han normal. I thought of going for louder and deeper, but this is a happy medium.
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I like my catback system. I have a Borla exhaust. Louder than a flowmaster 50 but not louder than a 40. It has a crisp clean sound. I also have borla headers which makes it sound even better.
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Hey yukon47, does your headers leak?? How much power gain did you notice?? If any of you guys can, you should record it and let us hear it.
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What does a person need to record sound files in this case? And is it possible to post the sounds straight to the site, because I don't have a website to post it on. Plus, I don't know if people want to listen to a slight exhaust leak and a rod that is knocking some because of a main bearing, I believe. I can try getting some sound files and and such though, if I have the means.
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My vote is for 50 series. I think they sound perfect on my TBI 350
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post #9 of (permalink) Old 03-08-2004, 08:58 PM
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I'm running a 40 series delta flow single in dual out system and love it. It sounds great when I get on the gas. But since I am never satisfied I wish it were a bit louder. For now I will make due. [img]images/graemlins/RockOn.gif[/img]
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How does everyone feel about dynomax?
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