Flowmaster Muffler Comparison
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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
Flowmasters Laminar Flow Technology
Flowmaster Laminar Flow Technology Explained:
Hot Exhaust gases entering the tapered
inlet section are actually accelerated as they pass through the perforated
cone into the outer core area. The perforation pattern and entry angle are
into each product to provide optimum airflow characteristics. The sound
energy is reflected and redirected
back into itself as well as into the outer thermal core by the carefully
selected taper angle of the entry cone.
2.Laminar Flow Area
The hot Exhaust gases are released and
allowed to expand into this section in multiple layers due to the tapered
angle of the entry cone. This produces a controlled laminar flow pattern
that reduces turbulence inside the muffler. Sound waves lose energy in this
section through the expansion of the Exhaust gases and reflective angles of the
cones, which direct the waves into the thermal barrier material.
The thermal barrier between the outer core section and the muffler case
provides a portion of the mufflers sound energy absorption characteristics.
This thermal barrier is engineered to deliver much lower exterior case
temperatures, allowing the muffler to be placed closer to heat sensitive
The increased surface area and angle of the tapered exit cone provide an
"easy exit" for the hot Exhaust gases
that encourages the flow out of the muffler. The carefully selected
taper angle of the exit cone directs and focuses the sound energy back into
itself. This convergence of sound waves reduces the sound level as it
passes out of the muffler.
1996-1999 Chevy Tahoe/GMC Yukon 5.7L-Flowmaster Force II Cat-back Exhaust System - PN 817166 17166
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1996 to 1999 Chevrolet Tahoe and GMC Yukon with a 5.7L V8 engine, fits 4
door model only.
For the person who wants a subtle custom appearance with all the benefits
that a Flowmaster Cat-back Exhaust
system provides. S.O.S. (Single out side) systems are the perfect choice.
Force II systems deliver a moderate exterior tone and moderate to mild
interior tone, and are suited to customers looking for efficiency
improvements without a lot of noise. Especially recommended for towing
applications. Like all Flowmaster systems, the benefits include improved
throttle response, power and mileage. Designed for an easy fit, these
systems include all necessary parts and hardware for easy installation.
✓ Mandrel bent 16 gauge 409 stainless tubing
✓ Stock to mild exterior Exhaust
✓ Includes hangers and hardware for easy installation
✓ Connects after factory catalytic converter
✓ Dyno tuned for
✓ Premium Flowmaster quality
Flowmaster 2008 Dodge Charger V6 - P/N 817482
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2008 Dodge Charger V6 w/ Flowmaster
This kit will work with BOTH the 2.7L and 3.5L V6
Music: Kevin MacLeod
For the person who is looking for a complete Cat-back dual Exhaust system with an quieter tone. With easy
fit in mind, these systems are mandrel bent for maximum performance and
include specially selected mufflers. Force II systems deliver a moderate
exterior tone and moderate to mild interior tone, and are suited to
customers looking for efficiency improvements without a lot of noise. Like
all Flowmaster systems, the benefits include improved throttle response,
power and mileage. Designed for an easy fit, these systems include all
necessary parts and hardware for easy installation.
Visit our website at www.FlowmasterMufflers.com
Exhaust Before and After Exhaust from my 1989 Chevrolet K1500
it has a 350 5.7L V8 , changed from stock muffler to cherry bomb glasspack
also i put a 3 7/8 Exhaust tip on it.
This was the first day the glasspack was on it, im bout to break it in and
itll be alot louder!
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
MSD ignition, Summit dist dialed in for 36 degrees @ 3000rpm. 18 degrees
initial. +12 vacuum advance on manifold vacuum.
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!
Magnaflow muffler comparison
A comparison between my old glasspack mufflers and the new Manaflow's I
just fitted. It's much quieter and has a better tone with the Magnaflow's.
Sound Testing: Flowmasters 8 Hottest Mufflers
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.
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X Pipe vs H Pipe - Summit Racing Quick Flicks
Learn the basic differences between the most common Exhaust crossover pipes—H-pipes and
X-pipes—including the performance benefits gained by using each type.
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