2006 Silverado 4.3 with Flowmaster 40 Series. Before and After (HD)
Just got a Flowmaster 40 put on my 06' Silverado with the 4.3 V6. Its a single in-dual out Y-piped out to the back with 3.5" chrome tips. It was the EXACT sound I was looking for, and I would recommend it to anyone wanting to make their V6 sound like a V8. As usual, I swear the video doesn't do it justice.. it sounds a lot deeper in person. I promise.
Making your V6 truck sound the best
A comparison of my old *Flowmaster Single chamber race series mufflers* and
my current *Flowmaster OUTLAW mufflers*. The video doesn't do complete
justice for either, around 3 1/2-4 RPM and above the Race series got very
raspy and high (sounding more like a V6). The OUTLAWS keep their tone very
well at even 4-5 RPM and have an awesome sound. The race series rumbled
much different at idle and 2-3 RPM has a smooth tone, but after that
sounded a little to raspy and got high pitched. The OUTLAWS all around
sound fantastic and probably the most close your going to get to a V8.
Silverado 4.3L Flowmaster OUTLAW 5" TIP
2003 1500 4.3L V6. Flowmaster OUTLAW. Everything stock besides muffler.
I've tried multiple set ups and this is the best sounding so far.
Flowmaster OUTLAW shorty version 3" in 3" out. Then I had a 5" tip welded
on the end, thats slightly facing down. I have a video of the Outlaw
without the tip, the sound was good but not near as deep and it really
cleared up the tone after the tip was installed.
98' Sierra 4.3L vortec flowmaster 40 series exhaust
Here is my new truck Exhaust. It is a
1998 Gmc Sierra short box and has 2.5" stainless steel pipes from the cat
back. The muffler is flowmaster 40 series single in dual out that leads to
3.5" magnaflow 15 degree rolled edge tips. The horn is the Dixieland air
horn from wolo. The sound quality isn't very good and doesn't do it
justice, but you can somewhat get a glimpse of how it sounds.
GMC Sierra Magnaflow Exhaust 4.3L V6
My 2011 GMC Sierra. Reg Cab, short box. 4.3L V6. Just added Magnaflow Exhaust. Will never sound like a V8 but
still sounds good for a V6. Seem to feel a difference on accelleration.
Maybe my imagination...lol. Stock motor...so it is what it is! Hope you
Silverado single cab, Kicker CVR.
I replaced my center seat with a Kicker CVR 12" Sub, its in a 1.3ft cubic
square box. The box was original ported but I sealed it with towels for the
time being, to much air flow beside me. The door speakers were replaced
with 200w Pioneer speakers and I replaced the two back speakers with
Like ever video showing vehicle systems the bass doesn't come through, but
I have never heard such clear bass in a single cab. The sub only touches
the driver and passenger seats and the bottom of the floors. So it shakes
the entire mainframe of the truck and doesn't rattle everything and sound
bad. Its amazing how clear it hits, and it hits hard. The truck is
4.3L GMC Safari with Flowmaster super 40 Series
ok so i finnaly did it, i convinced my mom she needed a Flowmaster in the
safari... since... i am the one driving it :) NOTE!!! skip to 2:50 to hear
sock muffler, 4:40 for NO muffler, 6:03 for flowmaster, & 7:15 for interior
sound. i apoligize for the sound quality (fuzz in the background) theres
lint in my mc on my ipod, so the sound isnt great, & i apoligize for the
bumpy sound during the drive, i didnt think putting it on the dash would
make much of a difference XD but it did. i hope you enjoy the video & sub
for more upd8ts & other car stuff :)