Dodge Ram w/ Flowmaster SUPER 44 + Gutted Cat(Sold)
Here's a video of my 2001 Dodge Ram Off-Road/Sport with the 5.9L v8.
Thought it'd be fun to tape it in black and white. Shes got 35" tires and a
5" overall lift. Just love the way the SUPER 44 screams. I also have the
cat gutted in this video.
General Lee 69 Charger with Flowmaster 50 suv Exhaust system: 2.5" dual with
Flowmaster 50 suv is much better than the 40's! Resonance is much lower in
the interior and is still loud and pleasing outside. There is still some
external resonating at specific rpm levels but any chambered muffler will
do that, overall I am very pleased with the outcome. The biggest diference
being the lowered internal sound levels, but now I can hear the dash
squeeking and all the internal rattles, but still better than the
Dodge Ram 2500 Flowmaster 50 Series
A before and after video/sound clip of my 2004 Dodge Ram 2500 4X4 SLT Quad
Cab with the stock muffler system and after installation of the Flowmaster
American Thunder Cat-Back 50 Series system.
07 Dodge Ram - Flowmaster 50 HD Interior
**EDIT** - Me and this truck were involved in an accident on 10/15/09. I
was T-Boned by a drunk driver on the Driver's side of my truck. It was
estimated that the other driver was doing about 45-55 mph at the time of
impact. Luckily I walked away with only minor injuries. The other driver
was ok also, but was sentenced to 5 years in prison on multiple charges,
main one being Child Endangerment as she had an unrestrained 2 year old in
the car with her at the time of the crash. They attempted to repair the
Ram, however I was never satisfied and ended up trading it in.
My Ram will be missed.
Interior sound of a Flowmaster 50 HD on an 07 Dodge Ram 1500 5.7L Hemi.
It's a long boring vid, you can hear the MDS kick in at the 1:09 - 1:10
Interesting comments, haven't checked them in quite a while.. But I'm glad
everyone likes my visor... Geezz, glad you got the point of the video....
Anyway to answer a few questions, no new Ram, bought a commuter car for
work, just turned 100k miles on it in under 2 years, a truck is just not
feasible with my line of work, my vehicle expense check just barely covers
fuel/upkeep on my HHR, and I really can't see having another vehicle
payment just for it to sit in the driveway. I did buy an old 77 Dodge M880
military truck that I use around the farm. Surprisingly it gets almost as
good of gas mileage as my Ram did. To those comments that say this is a
boring video, it's purpose was for everyday driving experience with the Exhaust. The amazing thing about YouTube
is you're able to click off of any video at any time, so I invite you to do
so... When I researched this Exhaust
I was unable to find this kind of video, so I thought I'd throw one up.
Magnaflow 18" Muffler on a Hemi
This is a 2011 Ram R/T with an aFe Stage 2. I removed the stock Y Pipe and
replaced it with a Magnaflow Y Pipe and I moved the Y Pipe all the way next
to the muffler. The muffler is an 18" one in and two out.