2008 Chevrolet Silverado Magnaflow Muffler Before & After
2008 Chevrolet Silverado 5.3L V8 w/ Magnaflow muffler. I should also
clarify, this recording was with a bad microphone. It was recorded with an
old digital camera. The sound is a little weak because it doesn't have
good range on it. Will try to get a new video up soon.
Sacramento Muffler Flowmaster vs Magnaflow choices for Ford Chevy Dodge
West Coast Muffler
7932 Auburn Blvd.
Citrus Heights, CA 95610
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
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
Magnaflow Exhaust Systems
The Benefits of a Magnaflow Exhaust
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.
Mustang GT - Magnaflow vs Flowmaster
Leave comments! Which Exhaust do you
2002 Ford Mustang GT
comparison between Magnaflow Magnapacks and Flowmaster Super 44s with UPR
o/r X pipe.
Magnaflow Magnapack cat-back link:
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.
borla vs magnaflow .m4v
New borla catback for my sra swap on 03 cobra.
Exhaust is stock manifolds, o/r X
(unsure of brand) and GT "s type" Exhaust.
2nd part of video Exhaust is stock
manifolds, o/r X, and magnaflow IRS kit.
The borla is noticebly louder in person at idle and at higher rpms. The
sound of the magnaflow on video actually sounds more wide open, though it
was quite a bit quieter.
Flowmaster Muffler Comparison : Muffler Shootout 2
Engine Specifications : Small Block Chevy 355cid
•2.02 1.60 cast iron heads
•Comp Cam Extreme Energy
•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 "Shortie"
For ANY Technical Assistance or questions about the video, please call
1-800-544-4761. Thank You and hope you enjoyed the video!
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.
Mustangs: Flowmaster vs Magnaflow vs SLP Loudmouth
Electric Green 99 v6: Flowmaster 40s, H pipe
Black 02 GT: Flowmaster 40s, stock H pipe
Black 01 GT: Magnaflow Magnapack catback, Magnaflow O/R X
Silver 02 GT: Flowmaster Super 44s, UPR O/R X
Black 99 GT: SLP Loudmouth 1s, Jegs O/R H
*Note- video does no justice on how loud these Stangs really are,
especially for the SLP & O/R H which is ear shattering in person! Also,
Flowmaster 40s are back on the 5th stang because the SLP was over the top
with no cats.
Install Flowmaster American Thunder Exhaust on a 2005 Chevy SSR
Buy Flowmaster American Thunder Exhaust: http://www.autoanything.com/Exhausts-mufflers/61A3545A0A0.aspx
The Chevy SSR looks slick, but the big V8 engine in it is no sleeper.
Performance and style makes for one great package, but Flowmasters American
Thunder Exhaust system will really
turn heads. The pronounced Exhaust
note is driven by their 50 Series Muffler, which has one 3" inlet and dual
3" outlets (part # 17399).
More Flowmaster Exhaust Systems can be
found here: http://www.autoanything.com/Exhausts-mufflers/20A50380A1.aspx
Or an even wider variety of Exhaust
systems and mufflers can be found here: http://www.autoanything.com/Exhausts-mufflers/10A50209.aspx
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