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Discussion in 'New Member Introductions' started by sluke88, December 6, 2004.

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    1. sluke88

      sluke88 New Member

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      Hey. I am new to this, I have a '97 Sport with a V6. I wanna put a new muffler on it to make it sound louder and meaner. I dont really care about performance, I really just want the sound for now. I have heard the flowmaster 50 series but i have also heard that the 40 has a better tone to it. I was hoping that someone would have some input on what kind of muffler would be be louder, and under $200. Thanks a lot.
       
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      huskyfan23 Rah no Hans Bwix

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      You want performance with an aftermarket exhaust, you'll get that and sound. I have a Flowmaster Super 40. I started with a 50, nice rumble but not loud enough. 40 was good, but Super 40 had a deeper tone. That's what I've got right now, Flowmaster Super 40. I'd buy the muffler off eBay and take it to a shop and get 2.25" piping installed.
       
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      sluke u might as well just buy a new explorer its slow
       
    5. sluke88

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      haha madmike6786, idk mines slow? how fast is yours traveling on that tow truck?
       
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      Is yours an SOHC or OHV V6? If you are just wanting a new muffler and not replace the pipe, you will easily have it done for under $200. I changed all of mine from the cat back and it was only $210 with a Magnaflow Muffler.
       
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      lol not funny sluke
       

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