4.3L flowmaster 40 exhaust
I just installed the flowmaster 40 series on my 4.3L 1995 c1500 W/T.
single in, single out flowmaster 40 with new tailpipe and stainless steel
stock 4.3L. stock cat. stock everything but muffler. 2.5" into cat, 2.25"
in and out of muffler and all the way back to tip.
sorry for bad video quality and putting computer so close to the tip.
also i didn't rev it that high at all - barely tapped it, but since the
camera was so close it might sound raspy. it's just the camera.
you can't really hear it in the video but she sounds like a v8 at idle. my
85 k10 (350ci) sounds just as good swear to God.
anyway its hard to hear on the video but i'm very very happy with the
flowmaster 40 on the 4.3L vortec.
****truck now has magnaflow hi-flow cat, which isn't in this video.
4.3 Flowmaster 40 Exhaust
***THIS IS A COLD START, TEMP WAS ABOUT 6 DEGREES FERENHEIT***
This is my 2000 GMC Sonoma. It has the 4.3 vortec v6. It has a flowmaster
40 series muffler. It is a 2.5 inch single inlet/ 2.5 inch single outlet
going into a y pipe out to 21inch tips. The tips are 3.5 inch slant cut.
Also has a magnaflow high flow catylitic converter. Other mods are a
spectre cold air intake . For any questions or requests please comment.
thanks for watching
1998 4.3L Chevy Blazer Striaght Pipe
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Just got a stright pipe from the bracket as you can see in the vid to the
back of the truck with a 3 inch tip.
I Have NO Muffler.
Custom bent and custom hangers added to a welded on stainless steel tip.
Down side- Cost 150 Dollars US
98' S10 4.3l Vortec - Stock V.S. Flowmaster
Upgraded my 98' S10 4.3l Vortec 4300 from stock Exhaust to a Flowmaster Super 40 that splits
into dual out. Sounds amazing gets lots of compliments from everyone that
hears it. It still has the stock cat on it. the new pipe is still original
95 blazer 4.3 with super 44 flowmaster
my 95 blazer 4.3 vortec v6 with a super 44 flowmaster muffler and a borla
im thinking about getting duals. i need opinions if i should or shouldnt.
feel free to speak up.
1996 Chevy Blazer Offroad
2" lift, K&N Intake system, Super 44, 31" pro comp Xtreme all terrains. I
couldnt go any deeper because it was sucking in water and because I cant
turn to the right very far because I havent trimmed the right fender yet
for the bigger tires. Right now I am running a snorkel so It lost power.