08 4.3l V6 Flowmaster Dual

08 Silverado 4.3l V6 dual Exhaust

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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.





Putting Glasspack on Silverado
2011 Silverado, 4.3 v6





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 tip. 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.





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.




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