October 23, 2003Well i ordered a magnaflow dual in/out 4x9 muffler, the shortest one available. Im going to have it installed at a friends shop hopefully for a good price. Im also thinking about getting bigger tips and changing the angle at which i have them. What kind of increase in sound would I get from 3.5" to 4" tips?
October 26, 200397flairside, what made you go from Flowmaster to Magnaflow. I have thought about doing a muffler swap and those are to two brands I thought of using.
October 26, 2003i love getting the emails sayin someone replied.
well i want to gain my mpg and low end torque back somewhat. I have no x or h pipe so im loosing the lowend torque by not equalizing the pressure with my 4.6. Also the magnaflow flows alot better and has the built in x pipe to boot. So im killing 2 birds with 1 stone. I got the shortest one possible so hopefully it will still be loud.
anyway, back to the originally subject will going to a 4"er make a differnce.
October 26, 200397, all you had to do was add an H-Pipe like the one I have here. You'd be surprised at how much you gain back.
October 26, 2003I agree an H-pipe is really cheap. Also instead of the magnaflow you might want to try the new Flowmaster super 40. Its brand new and they say it flows a hell of alot more than the old ones. Just a thought.
October 26, 2003ram air....i've tried all the shops up hear. Nobody wants to do it or there asking to much for a 3" section of piping. Nobody wants to add my highflow cats either. Shops up here suck. Wish the guy who did my system just did it like I asked.
I saw those super 40's. If what I was seeing is correct only reason they flow better is they're a larger sized 40. Same thing just larger. The magnaflow is already ordered. Im just having it clamped in. If i don't like it I can easily just unbolt it and put the flows back.