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I have a 1987 Dodge RamCharger and I'd like for it to be LOUD, during take off AND while I'm driving (you know, when I pass an old person, I want my exhaust to scare them). So, here's the scoop. I keep asking this question, and so far, it's about 50/50.

What do you like/dislike about Flowmasters and Glasspacks?
Which do you recommend for me?

How much could I get Flowmasters installed for?
How much could I get Glasspacks installed for?

Should I find out which mufflers I need and order them from the net?

 

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I've heard that over time glasspacks can get annoying especially when on the freeway. For LOUD they will work fine.
But if you just want a nice rimble that will get you noticed by every one except the cops, go with Flowmasters.

Mutt{smoke}
 

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i got flowmaster fl50's on my '87 and it's loud enough to turn heads
sounds great all the time
 

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And the other really important point is that Flowmasters will last a very long time and sound very much the same. Almost all glasspacks will burnt out, get louder and rust out sooner.

Loud is a lot of fun,... for a little while. But when you start to realize that you get a headache from your own truck running down the highway, the fun is over. Especially with the space over the muffler(s) and tail pipes being right next to the interior of your RC... not like a pickup where the noise is a lot further from the interior space.
 

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Personally I like to run the glasspacks. They have a nice sound and The guy I go to who does stainless steel exhaust has them and he puts a lifetime warrenty on them. He doesn't know me well or he would never gaurentee anything ;D.
 

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there is a set of 2 1/2 summit on the 410 they reason in sound unless you realy get on them . and you can listen to the radio at hwy speed,, i like them
 

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I have a Flowmaster 40 on my truck right now...but my exhaust exits right after the muffler so it sounds semi distorted but still sounds ok, its got kind of a metal "shaking" tone which i dont really like but it is bearable. My parents have Gibson cat back exhausts on their trucks, and they sound really nice. hope it helps!
 

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I have a Flowmaster 50 series SUV dual in / dual out on my (non-Mopar) SUV and it sounds great. It's an easy way to have duals without taking up the space of two mufflers. I have 40 series Delta flows on my 69 Camaro and it is louder for sure. El cheapo Turbos on the Power Wagon and it is the quietest even though it's the highest HP engine of the three.

I suggest the Flowmaster 50 SUV.
 
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had flowmasters on my 97...they just werent loud enough..yeah they were throaty but i switched to glass packs and noticed a big differance. when i stomp on the gas it sounds like nascar just came into my neighborhood
 
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