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Old 12-24-2011, 10:33 PM
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v10 what muffler with spd y pipe?

I bought a 2000 f250 witha v10 and when I bought it it had a flowmaster 40series already installed. I have been wanting to put an spd performance y pipe on my truck for a long time and last week I finally bought it and installed it it sounds like a v6!!!!!!!!!! Is there anothervmuffler anyone has that could fix this?? Anyone that has the y pipe aswell. Any suggestions will help.
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Old 12-24-2011, 10:35 PM
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the only aftermarket muffler that i think sounds decent on a V10 is the cherrybomb extreme or glasspack if you really want it loud.

but nothin is gunna give you the traditional V8 rumble.. the V10's firing order prevents that from occuring.
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Dynomax Ultraflow Welded makes em sound pretty throaty.
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I dont have a problem with how a v10 sounds im thinking more like a viper sound than the s10with a flowmaster would be nice though. The general idea that im getting tho is that if i choose a more free flowing muffler than what i have now that that will help my issue?
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I have the SPD "y" pipe and I'm running a magnaflow in single out dual muffler, I think it sounds pretty good. Its not too loud and gives out just enough sound at idle and doesn't drone on the highway. Hope this helps.
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Old 12-28-2011, 10:43 PM
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I also have the Dynomax and like the tone, it's not the loudest but good sound on the throttle.
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I have the y-pipe with the cherrybomb extreme. It's loud outside the truck, but I left the exhaust exit in the same location so the drone is not very noticeable inside the truck. Some guys will tell you the cherrybomb doesn't have the right capacity etc. etc.. I sure think it sounds great though!
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with the cherry bomb could you see any gain or loss in mpg or power? i would like it to be loud but my wife doesnt. mabe i can talk her into it
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I did not notice a gain, or loss of power. Mpg's are still the same as well. It just sounds different. Also after I did the y-pipe mod I couldn't tell if I had gained anything or not.
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I need to learn how to put a video on here for you to hear it...
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I have Y pipe and PI heads.
I found the Flowmaster Big Block 50 to be the least obnoxious. This is the biggest, highest capacity muffler FM offers.
Not as quiet as stock, but can still carry on a comfortable conversation when pulling heavy loads up steep grades.
If in a salt using area, you may find the lack of a stainless steel version annoying.

If you're after loud, well, ignore me. I hate loud.
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I found the Flowmaster Big Block 50 to be the least obnoxious.
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I have a Magnaflow dual in dual out and I think it sounds great. Its a little loud when pulling hard but that's what the radio is there for. Crank it up.
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I need to learn how to put a video on here for you to hear it...

yes i would like to hear it. if you have a photobucket just load the video on there then copy and past it to here..
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yes i would like to hear it. if you have a photobucket just load the video on there then copy and past it to here..
I will upload a video tomorrow, I'm thinking I will post a link on you tube.
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