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post #1 of 7 Old May 13th, 2010, 01:25 PM Thread Starter
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muffler size??? inlet/outlet

ok so i was looking around on flowmastermufflers.com and i was looking at some for my stang, and i came across this

and the inlet and outlet are 2.0 inlet/outlet, i thought it was 2.5 inlet/outlet
well i already have a flowmaster muffler that 2.0 inlet/outlet, and its right im just going to put it on for know until i get thew money to go dual

so can someone point me in the wright direction if it is 2.0 or 2.5

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dont waste ur money on those mufflers, i would get these.

Dynomax 17659 Thrush Welded Mufflers

they are cheaper and sound the same as flowmasters

but to answer ur question, 2.5"


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ok so i was looking around on flowmastermufflers.com and i was looking at some for my stang, and i came across this

and the inlet and outlet are 2.0 inlet/outlet, i thought it was 2.5 inlet/outlet
well i already have a flowmaster muffler that 2.0 inlet/outlet, and its right im just going to put it on for know until i get thew money to go dual

so can someone point me in the wright direction if it is 2.0 or 2.5

thanks
i like where you're going with the flowmasters, however i wouldn't use 2" tubing...i'd sell the one you have now and order two new ones with a 2.5" inlet and outlet...have a shop do the rest...

as for the thrushs he mentioned....i had those for 6 months...though they make a nice tone at idle...they are way to quite IMO
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flow 40's imo, and the inlet should be 2.5 and o3" tip
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anyways ive been looking for a sound clip and cant find anything with just a flowmaster muffler, not dual, just replaceing the factory with as flowmaster or with a cold air.

does any one have that setup?
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flow 40's imo, and the inlet should be 2.5 and o3" tip
I have longtube headers custom fabbed H pipe flow 40's all 2.5 inch piping with 3 inch tips. Sounds absolutely amazing, i dont think i could be happier with the tone unless i threw in cams
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I have longtube headers custom fabbed H pipe flow 40's all 2.5 inch piping with 3 inch tips. Sounds absolutely amazing, i dont think i could be happier with the tone unless i threw in cams
basically you'd get what my friend had...

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