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Old 08-27-2009, 09:43 AM
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Ok so a couple days ago i got my flowmaster super 44 single in single out put on and i like it but i want my car to be louder is there anything i can do to it that wont make it illegal but still get louder and deeper sound ?
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bigger pipe and super 40, the 44 is supposed to be a quieter muffler.
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a v8 lol. i think if you put a highflow cat on it will make it a little louder.
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hmmm all those things sound expensive lol hell with it being legal im just going to cut off the cat my inspection is still good for 2 years haha
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You're way on the wrong road with the cat removal. If you just want loud, put a big glasspack on it and you should be happy.
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Honestly I have the Original Super 40 and its stupid loud outside. Also I like the way it looks when the pipes come straight out the back so its deff loud inside too but not bad at all compared to if you came out the sides it would be extremely hard to even have a conversation. I had let someone borrow my truck to go help my friend and I heard him for a good half mile away only getting to around 2500 rpms not even on it so or WOT so, Maybe run Duals, I really like the way duals sound even on V6's, my buddies Blazer was even louder than mine and it was honestly deeper...so sick if I ever have the chance im going Dual for now on.
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Use a high flow cat, or you could legally use a glasspack in place of the cat. I wouldn't go too much bigger than 3" on you pipes. My plans for mine is to use a glass pack in place of the cat and to finish it off with a cherrybomb vortex.
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cut your resonator out and put a straight pipe there instead
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Use a high flow cat, or you could legally use a glasspack in place of the cat. I wouldn't go too much bigger than 3" on you pipes. My plans for mine is to use a glass pack in place of the cat and to finish it off with a cherrybomb vortex.
I don't know why you believe using a GP in place of a cat would be legal since it is a Federal offense to remove a catalytic converter. That makes it illegal in all 50 states.
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