40 Series & Super 44's Flowmaster Mufflers

40 Series Muffler's With 2 1/2" Pipes. Super 44's Muffler's With 3" Pipes

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How to Select the Right Flowmaster Muffler for your Vehicle - Series Differences Explained
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flowmaster super 44
much beter sound than the super 40

Flowmaster Original 40 vs Flowmaster Super 44
Sorry for the low volume. 1970 Monte Carlo has a fairly stock 350 with Hooker 5/8" Competition headers, and a true dual 2.5" stainless steel exhuast system passing through two Flowmaster Original 40 mufflers, and exits from the side. 1974 Camaro has a mild 350 with Hooker 5/8" Competition headers, and a true dual 2.5" stainless steel exhuast system passing through an h-pipe, then two Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers, and wraps over the rear end and exits out the back.

Flowmaster Comparison: Original 40's, Super 44's, and Super 10's
Quick comparison between each pair of Flowmaster mufflers that I've had on the Camaro. The first setup is with the Original 40 series, the second has Super 44's, and the last has Super 10's. Engine is a 1st gen Chevy Small Block 350ci, with Hooker Competition full-length headers, through 2 1/2" pipe, through an H-pipe, through the mufflers, and then turn-downs. For me, the Original 40's were too "tinny" sounding. Hard to notice on video, but it's a common thing with Flowmaster. I loved the Super 44's, but they were still too "tinny" sounding. I just got the Super 10's put on, and I love them so far. Honestly, they are hardly any louder than the Super 44's at low RPM, but they scream up top, and don't have the "tinny" sound that I was trying to get rid of. If you have any other questions, ask me. There will be a longer, more in-depth video between the 44's and the 10's next.