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Well here's the result . . . . Flowmaster Super 44's . . . . couldn't be happier!

RT W FLOWMASTER 44'S - YouTube
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Well here's the result . . . . Flowmaster Super 44's . . . . couldn't be happier!<br />
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RT W FLOWMASTER 44'S - YouTube
Sounds like a beast! Is that an automatic?
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Auto . . . . Honestly the video doesn't do it justice. It's exactly the sound i wanted, very mean! The Flowmasters do drone when cruising on the highway but I don't drive my car much on the highway and have found that down shifting in auto stick will eliminate it.
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Auto . . . . Honestly the video doesn't do it justice. It's exactly the sound i wanted, very mean! The Flowmasters do drone when cruising on the highway but I don't drive my car much on the highway and have found that down shifting in auto stick will eliminate it.
Ok so you went with fm in the middle and no resonators?
I really like the sound and am trying to figure what im doing with mine. How much do the flowmasters cost?
Any issues with mds kicking in and causing drone?

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yes, see above . . . they don't seem to drone that much in auto stick @ highway crusing speeds with MDS they will. I am no expert but I am VERY happy with these. I hear there's trade off . . if you want no drone you get less growl . . . I prefer the growl. I went with the recommendation of the guy who installed them and he was right on. you can always go back and add the resonators back on . . .

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yes, see above . . . they don't seem to drone that much in auto stick @ highway crusing speeds with MDS they will. I am no expert but I am VERY happy with these. I hear there's trade off . . if you want no drone you get less growl . . . I prefer the growl. I went with the recommendation of the guy who installed them and he was right on. you can always go back and add the resonators back on . . .
No doubt... You cant have it both ways. I really like the sound of yours
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