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Old 07-31-2007, 10:23 PM
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flowmaster exhaust, super 44 muffler, loud?

thanks to all the replys on the last post, it helped me narrow down a few ideas. but after doin a little more research i found the flowmaster super 44 muffler, according to the site it said it was the loudest for both inside and outside. i want to put a catback system on it to save a little on cost but id like to put the super 44 on it if anyone thinks its worth it for a nice loud sound, that basically wat im looking for is just the sound of a flowmaster but want everyone to know im coming, my trucks a 95 150 with a 351, if anyone can help me out it be much appreciated, also would a cold air intake be worth it too, thanks
 
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Old 08-01-2007, 10:36 AM
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yea, the intake will help alot with the sound and of course hp and gas milage, definately worth the money.

the super 44 was tried out by a few on this forum who had determined that it was no louder than the delta flow two chamber, but infact a little deeper tone.

everyone still is under the impression that the "original 40", which i think is now discontined, was the best and loudest tone.

if i actually ran a muffler on my rig, then yea, i would run the super 44.
 
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Yes on the CAI.

Check out spintech mufflers, they are excessively loud to annoyingly loud.
 
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Cai

Just installed a Volant CAI on my 2007, F150....easy install, great look and sound and saw a 2.5 mpg increase.
 
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My 1986 F150 302 has true dual exhuast and glasspacks out the back and if you want loud then get that. My exhaust at the local muffler shop cost me about $230.00 with tax and labor. It has a really good tone with quite a bit of cackle. I also have more power with it.
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Old 10-30-2007, 10:58 AM
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Our shop has great selection of CAI's, check them out here: http://motorhaven.autoanything.com/air-intakes/20A50096A1.aspx

We are also currently running a sale for the FTE community -- 10% off
 
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