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1978 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400 Dynomax headers 2.5" true duals Mangaflow mufflers


 


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Auger Style Muffler on V6 3.8L Firebird
I thought I'd share this with whoever cares. This is probably the worst sounding V6 ever made, and this is my solution. I still have the dual Exhaust muffler in the rear, the auger muffler is in place shortly after the Y pipe. The idle volume is better, but not the biggest area of improvement. It was getting embarrassing to accelerate in this car because 4-5k rpm sounded like you were strangling a cat over a megaphone. Now it purrs; still louder than factory, but not ridiculous.





Pontiac Firebird Formula 400 - Summer 2008
1978 Pontiac Firebird Formula 400 Summer 2008





Chevy Nova ss 1969 - new magnaflow mufflers :)
My 69 nova project getting closer to having done first time running with new magnaflow mufflers.





79 Firebird Magnaflow Exhaust 350 4 Bolt
350 4 bolt main Headers No cats, Magnaflow stainless straight dual exuast





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.





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.





1981 Trans Am - Jegs 2.5 inch exhaust system with flowmaster 40s
1981 TA Jegs 2.5 inch kit without mufflers, bought flowmaster 40s, no cats, stock manifolds. 4.9 liter pontiac motor 301.





magnaflow muffler on 99 firebird
so i installed a magnaflow straight through steel packed muffler. here is a rev n drive. i like the muffler but dont love it. it sounds too raspy, i couldnt find a glasspacked Dynomax ultra flo to fit my car so i settled with this. either way this setup is temporary as i hope to make true duels.





9 Camaro Exhaust Comparisons -- 9 Configurations
We compared 9 muffler configurations using Glass Packs, FlowMasters, and MagnaFlow and MagnaFlow Bullet Mufflers so our customers can choose which sound they like best. Get a special deal on an installed custom Camaro Exhaust system from Ripley's Muffler & Brakes at http://ripleysmufflerandbrakes.com/Camaro-Exhaust.htm The Camaro Exhaust comparisons are: Straight Pipes (no muffler) Glass Packs, with Resonator Flowmaster, with Resonator Magnaflow, with Resonator Magnaflow Bullet Style, with Resonator Then, we replaced the resonator with a stainless steel X-pipe and compared... Glass Packs, No Resonator, X-Pipe Flowmaster, No Resonator, X-Pipe Magnaflow, No Resonator, X-Pipe Magnaflow Bullet Style, X-Pipe Which do you think is the best? Leave a comment. You can also choose custom mandrel bent pipes for better air flow and more horsepower from your Camaro's new Exhaust system http://ripleysmufflerandbrakes.com/mandrel-bends.htm





88 Firebird GTA w/ Dynomax VT muffler
GoPro mounting location #2 No more creaking noises. But I might try the solid door to eliminate as much road/wind noise as possible. Skeleton door is just too noisy with my car. 1988 Pontiac Firebird GTA WS6 L98 350 TPI 700r4 All stock internals, heads, and intake. Exhaust = Long tube Hedman Hedders, 3" y-pipe to 3" single in/out Dynomax VT muffler http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AKY-DeVTXMA Above link is to another video of the Exhaust.





drive my 78 Formula 400
drive my 78 Firebird Formula 400





1967 67 Pontiac Firebird -- 326 V8 Engine Running MagnaFlow Exhaust Sound
Gets good around 00:50... See my website (http://www.firebird67.com) for current restoration progress. So, the engine is a rebuilt 326 V8, the headers are Doug's Headers (Pertronix), and the Exhaust system is MagnaFlow: dual pipes to a X-pipe then into dual mufflers. It is running incredibly rich. It has guzzled 10L of petrol and travelled not even a fraction of an inch. The insides of the Exhaust pipes are already black, and the spark plugs are covered. But, no point in calibrating this carburetor, I have just rebuilt a QuadraJet to put on very soon...





1973 PONTIAC FIREBIRD FORMULA ULTIMATE POWER lambo color
We restored this formula , engine was rebuilt to produce about 530 Hp, this video is just to show how nice car came out, Lamborghini Orange as per clients request. The stock tires brake loose with easy. see more at www.transamflorida.com under "restorations"





trans am firebird exhaust flowmaster idling
78 t/a 400 4-speed with headers & flowmaster mufflers.




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