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Flowmaster Muffler Comparison : Muffler Shootout 2

To view these products click below: http://www.flowmastermufflers.com/?page_id=10995 Engine Specifications : Small Block Chevy 355cid •2.02 1.60 cast iron heads •9.5:1 compression •Comp Cam Extreme Energy •MSD ignition •Be Cool Radiator •Dual Plane intake manifold Flowmaster Products : •2.5" Universal Scavenger pipe (pn. 15932) •Header Collector Ball Flange kit (pn. 15938) •Flowmaster mufflers and Hushpower mufflers : •50 Series Delta Flow •50 Series Low Profile Delta Flow •Super 44 Series •40 Series Delta Flow •Super 10 Series •Hushpower HP2 •Hushpower HP2 "Shortie" For ANY Technical Assistance or questions about the video, please call 1-800-544-4761. Thank You and hope you enjoyed the video!


 


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Flowmaster Product Information and Technology
To view these products click below: http://www.flowmastermufflers.com/?page_id=10995 Learn more about Flowmaster's unique Exhaust product lines.





Sound Testing: Flowmasters 8 Hottest Mufflers
To view these products click below: http://www.flowmastermufflers.com/?page_id=10995 We test 8 of Flowmasters most popular mufflers for street cars to muscle cars to full blown race cars! From mild to aggressive, find out which muffler is right for your car and get that classic Flowmaster sound.





Flowmaster Muffler Comparison
Chief Marketing Officer Nate Shelton from Flowmaster explains the different mufflers offered from Flowmaster and the technology behind them! Manufacturer of performance Exhaust systems, mufflers, Exhaust kits, racing mufflers, stainless steel mufflers, Exhaust accessories and tips for cars, muscle cars, pick-up trucks, diesel trucks, SUV's, and most vehicles. Flowmaster Exhaust systems and mufflers come with that distinctive "Flowmaster sound" available in mild, moderate and aggressive tones. Hi-Flow Catalytic Converters and Exhaust Headers are now available from Flowmaster, the brand you know and the brand you trust!





Flowmaster Muffler Comparison
To view these products click below: http://www.flowmastermufflers.com/?page_id=10995 7 Flowmaster Mufflers Tested The Motor - Small Block Chevy 406, 11:1 compression, Crane Solid Roller Camshaft, Brodix heads with 2.05- 1.60 titanium valves, Eagle 4340 Crank, Eagle H beam Rods, Manley Forged pistons, Victor Jr Intake manifold, 850 Holley DP, K&N air filter, Moroso 7 qt. pan, 1 7/8 headers, BE COOL radiator with dual 13 inch fans, MSD distributor, MSD coil and MSD 6AL box. Exhaust - Flowmaster 3 inch Scavenger Pipe





Flowmaster Super 40 Series Muffler Sound Test
Buy here: http://www.speedwaymotors.com/search.html?query=flowmaster+super+40 Testing the Flowmaster Super 40 Series Muffler on a 1972 Chevy El Camino SS.





Sound Testing Hushpower Pro Series Mufflers
These Hushpower Pro Series mufflers can be used on a wide variety of applications. During rigorous testing, they consistently delivered performance equal to or better than open pipe systems, while dramatically reducing sound levels across the rpm range. Hushpower Pro Series mufflers feature T409 stainless steel internal construction covered by an outer case manufactured from durable 18-gauge black aluminized steel. http://www.summitracing.com/redirect?banner=SocialYT1061





Performance Muffler Upgrades [S2 Ep. 4-4]
In the world of hot rodding, when gear heads gather around and start discussing their projects, invariably the conversation drifts into speculation of what the smallest thing is that you can successfully put a V8 engine in. Well today on GEARZ, Stacey pretty much puts an end to that speculation by building a V8 powered BARSTOOL!! It's part go-cart... part garden tractor... part insane... and ALL hot rod. Which of course is what GEARZ is all about! If you like WILD.. then you don't want to miss this show! Then Stacey dives into some Muffler Tech to show you what kind of mufflers there are on the market, and give you some tips that might help you make the right decision when the time comes to stick some cool mufflers on your machine!





2stroke V8
Evinrude 300XP -91 After a few hours in the workshop.. The expansion chambers are "home made" by hydroforming. The original Exhaust is milled away and the engine block is filled whit plastic. This engine will get electronic fuel injection and will not be used in a boat.. Note: This is a sponsored video for Forge Apollo





Chevy 383 Stroker 650 hp
First time cranking the beast.AND THIS CARB WAS SHIT SO I REPLACED IT I WAS ONLY USING TO TEST AND TUNE WHILE ON THE STAND- Engine Contents: BRAND NEW DART 4 BOLT MAIN BLOCK Heads - Dart Pro 1 Aluminum series CNC PORTED 320 CFM Carburetor - QUICK FUEL Q-950 RACE SERIES CARBURETOR Distributor - COMPLETE MSD DISTRIBUTOR SYSTEM WITH AL6 BOX AND COIL with 3 step and crank trigger Hooker Super comp headers Ceramic coated Intake Manifold -Team-G High rise intake CNC port matched Fuel Pump - 400 GPH HIGH VOLUME Holley Water Pump - CSR electric Valve Covers - CUSTOM Chevy engraved and clear coated Wires - MSD PERFORMANCE WIRES Spark Plugs - NGK PERFORMANCE Forged Pistons -J&E FULLY FORGED PISTONS Forged Rods -Manley Push Rods Crankshaft - Callies Magnum 4340 FORGED 3.75" STROKE CRANKSHAFT Rod Bolts - ARP Roller Camshaft - COMP CAMS ROLLER CAM Valve Springs -Manley Nex Tek Triple Valve Springs w/ Titanium Retainers Hydraulic Roller Lifters - COMP CAMS ROLLER LIFTERS Double Roller Timing Set - PRECISION TRUE ROLLER Timing Cover - CHROME GM PERFORMANCE BOWTIE Head Bolts - ARP stainless Flexplate - SFI PRECISION Harmonic Balancer - ATI Performance Products SFI Rated Balancer





Flowmasters vs Magnaflows on my 2003 Tahoe 5.3L
The First Sound is the Magnaflow Second sound is the Flowmasters





1976 Camaro with a 350 Flow Master 10 series true dual exhaust
My 1976 Camaro with Super 10 flow Masters true dual Exhaust sounds





Flowmaster Super 40 vs Super 44?
This is my Silverado. I am debating installing the Super 40's or the Super 44's. What do you think? The engine is a 86-95 350ci block, four bolt mains, roller cam. Bored .040" ZZ4 rotating assembly, Speed Pro H345NCP-40 pistons 10.7:1 static compression, .032" Quench/Squish height. Patriot 'Vortec' 185cc heads, 2.02"/1.6" valves, Beehive springs. Comp XR276HR-10 cam, 1.52 rockers. Air-Gap dual plane, 1" four hole tapered spacer, Mighty Demon 750cfm annular Boosters. MSD ignition, Summit dist dialed in for 36 degrees @ 3000rpm. 18 degrees initial. +12 vacuum advance on manifold vacuum.





Turbospoke - The Bicycle Exhaust System
Buy here: http://www.speedwaymotors.com/turbospoke,50683.html turbospoke is a complete Exhaust system that fits to any bike and makes it look and sound just like a real dirt bike. turbospoke is based on the old 'baseball-card-in-the-spokes' concept, brought right up to date. The realistic engine sounds are created using long lasting plastic cards, a clever sound chamber and an awesome megaphone Exhaust pipe which really amplifies the sound.





Giving my dad his dream car, a Classic 1969 Camaro, part 2 of 2, Please read the description
PLEASE LEAVE A COMMENT, After many years of hard work, blood, sweat and some more blood. I finally was able to restore, build and give my dad his dream car. A 1969 Camaro, this is a car he has wanted ever since he was young. I promised myself I would do this. Please see the first part, as it is the letter I gave him before he got the car and explains a little more why I did this. He found out about the car about a year prior but had not seen it since it was painted and finished. I want to thank the two other clips I found on youtube that helped give me the motivation to achieve this, showing me that this dream, any dream was possible. And of course everyone who helped make this a reality, I can never thank you enough. My son is recording this while my brother and I went around the block to get the car and drive it up to give it to him. Note @ 11:30 the clip of the letter is played again. thanks for watching and keep Dreaming UPDATE Aug31, 2011 On a day chosen for moms, mine passed away peacefully on mother's day May 8 with my dad, my brother and I by her side. I want to thanks again everyone for all there thought and wishes. I know even though my mom is not here but will never be gone. This is the last video that we have of my mom. I miss you mom. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aymObf1aTYY http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BEhnq7gpGTg&feature=related





Sacramento Muffler Flowmaster vs Magnaflow choices for Ford Chevy Dodge
West Coast Muffler 7932 Auburn Blvd. Citrus Heights, CA 95610 916-728-4255 www.westcoastmuffler.com http://www.sacramentocatalyticconverter.com/ A car's Exhaust system plays a major role in controlling the hot gases exiting the motor. Like a musical instrument in the hands of a master musician, systems are tuned to the characteristics of a particular engine. Two of the most popular manufacturers are Flowmaster and Magnaflow. Both brands started in California and are similar to one another in their pursuit of higher flow, better durability and amazing performance tone. But each relies on completely different approaches to achieve the same results. Flowmaster Exhaust Systems The Benefits of a Flowmaster Exhaust System Flowmaster is legendary among hotrod purists and muscle car maniacs for rugged construction and powerful, race-inspired tones. Homegrown with pride, Flowmaster Exhaust systems are made right here in the United States from mandrel bent, aluminized or stainless steel tubing. Their Flowmaster American Thunder Exhausts and the Flowmaster Force II system use battle-tested chambered mufflers to maximize, you guessed it...the flow. Removing the racket, highly engineered baffles cancel excessive noise by bouncing sound waves into each other. As if that's not enough, an area of low pressure is created inside of the muffler to scavenge more Exhaust from the cylinders. What does this mean to you? It's locomotive power that doesn't anger the neighbors while they make breakfast. What's more, each muffler has staying power to match. With no packing to blow out over time, that amazing performance sound lasts the life of your vehicle. Best of all, each kit is custom made for an easy installation. Magnaflow Exhaust Systems The Benefits of a Magnaflow Exhaust System Magnaflow is quickly becoming the system of choice for a smooth, aggressive rumble and low interior resonance. Quality, power and great sound are the objectives and Magnaflow has accomplished the mission with their Exhaust systems. Proving that the underside of your car can look great too, most Magnaflow cat-back systems are composed entirely of stainless steel, with polished muffler cases. And don't worry—there is plenty of zing to match the bling. Straight to the point, Magnaflow mufflers feature a straight-through design for unimpeded Exhaust flow through perforated tubing. Keeping their reputation untarnished even on the inside, each muffler is packed with stainless steel wool, far outlasting the fiberglass used to pack lesser mufflers. Magnaflow Exhaust systems also magnify flow with mandrel bent tubing, further increasing horsepower and torque. Only have a driveway to work with? No problem! Magnaflow kits bolt up in a snap with stainless steel hardware and no modifications using the factory Exhaust hanger. What's the Right Performance Exhaust System for You? When it comes to performance, Flowmaster and Magnaflow have really done their homework. With a ton of great features to add a heartbeat to your ride, both options are a huge upgrade over your factory Exhaust system. Getting Exhausted from trying to decide on which kit to choose? If so, check out our Magnaflow reviews and Flowmaster reviews to see the un-muffled experiences our customers have shared.





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