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post #1 of (permalink) Old 05-13-2003, 01:55 PM Thread Starter
 
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Put a FLOWMASTER ON KAMAZUKI

Well, I finally went and got a series 40FLowmaster and installed it. I had the dynamax or dynaflow on there before. I notice a difference in acceleration. I really notice it at about 3500-4000 rpms. Then she screams. Sound is better than before but not the gurgle I expected, but probobly as good as im gonna get out of my 1298. Just thought I would share. Anyone else running a Flowmaster?

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I went to the shop today to get a price on a full 2" system with a flow.

The guy suggested a 50 or 60 series (3 chamber) for the Tracker. He said it's better suited to the engine than the 40's.

I was just going to post on here and get opinions first. Glad you posted this!
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Thats funny. I asked Flowmaster directly and they(flow) told me that the 40 would be better suited to my engine/type of driving(off road) wonder why the boys at your shop suggested the 50 or 60? Glad I posted this also. Im sure there will be others on here with different setups and good ideas. Thats the best part about this board. No two are alike. The best thing about ideas, you can steal them.

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Re: Put a FLOWMASTER ON KAMAZUKI

just like anything else, it depends on what you're gonna use it for. do you want high-rpm power for mudding; lower rpm power for rock-crawling; or mid-range for driveability around town...
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SAFARI, thanks for that link!

Sarge said:
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A good solid 2" system with at least a 3 chamber muffler works well, even a good Calif. turbo makes decent low end torqe .

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I'm having the cat removed and going with a 2" system with a 60 (3 chamber). I'm going to trust the guy (and Sarge [img]images/graemlins/wink.gif[/img]). I'll get before and after vid to compare note/tone.
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