They are two different muffler designs. Flowmaster uses chambers in the muffler to flow the gases, where as Magnaflow is a straight through design. Magnaflow will perform better, Flowmaster will sound better IMO. The quality, fit, and tips are better on the Magnaflow, though.
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So you don't get any drone with these? I have flowmaster american thunder and thru the first three gears, around 2k I do get some drone. I can deal with it, but would consider changing if you are saying they really have no drone. I also have the LMI Hammer.
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JBL MS-8 processor
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Just installed MF 16510 street series catback. I didn't want a real loud exhaust and ended up with the sound I wanted. There is a bit of drone when at lower RPMs around the. 2000 mark. Sounds real nice inside and out. The thing that I noticed immediately was throttle response. Had to increase some H P. but not sure how much. Need to get it dynoed.
ok so a bud of mine said i should take a look at Corsa ove Flowmaster and Magnaflow. Any thoughts family?
Corsa is more of a refined sound, but you will get zero drone. Very nice looking system...had it on my old RT. I wanted something a little deeper, but if you have the cash I haev not heard of anyone that was disappointed with the Corsa Xtreme.
- MF 16885 Sound is just stellar, Ferrari's next to MF sound like ricers
- Great looking high quality round chrome tips, that don't look cheap
- With a catch can they will stay clean longer (my experience)
- Personally square tips make no sense; have you seen a square shaped exhaust tubing lately?
- Performance: i say i got 15hp increase, may be some of you will laugh
- The only other product/combo i would consider if my car was not used for both soccer mum trips and week end track is this combo; this is one of the reasons I bought a Challenger and i know one day i will take the one hour drive to SLP and do it....
The E tips are square but SLP will make them round for you...
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Hi , doing a resonator delete and mufflers , I was going with Magnaflow part #11235 but garage said I would be happier with Flowmaster 40's part #8042443 , what do you think , I have listened to sound clips but can't make a choice , other than full Cat Back , which would you suggest , thanks......
Flowmasters seem to give the older muscle car sounds, where as magnaflows sound more racier in my opinion. Both good, just different.
I went with flowmasters at rear where the reso's were, straights pipes in the middle where the two mufflers were on my 6 speed.
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So if I'm reading this correctly the Corsa system is the only one that gives you a good sound without any drone, right?
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