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post #1 of 17 Old 06-06-2011, 03:40 PM Thread Starter
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Been searching the forums some and wondering if anyone had a sound clip for a flowmaster 40 or something pair on a V6 camaro. Thinking about going to a local muffler shop and having this done but would like to get an idea of how it would sound. THANKS!
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I have found a few on youtube.

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yeah I found those a little earlier and to me they sound a little to rice burnerish. Then I saw a couple videos with cherry bomb exhaust that sounded REALLY good.
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Well to be honest, I have heard very few v6s with exhaust that don't sound ricish.

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Been searching the forums some and wondering if anyone had a sound clip for a flowmaster 40 or something pair on a V6 camaro. Thinking about going to a local muffler shop and having this done but would like to get an idea of how it would sound. THANKS!
Check out the MRT V2.0 exhaust.... Aftermarket Performance Parts for Mustang & Camaro - MRT Direct

It's been pretty popular with the V6 crowd and welcome from Copperas Cove!
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Thanks Dirty D! Where at in Cove are you? Im also in Cove not to far from the park.
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depending on your budget, you could look into the magnaflow catback exhaust too

i have a thread up with a sound clip

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Here's a clip of my 1LT with the Flowmaster American Thunder Axle-Back and JBA Short Headers. I also have electrical cut-outs that you will hear open and close. The sound in the video isn't as good or as deep as the sound is in person but you can get the idea.

YouTube - ‪101 3439‬‏

And it was about 20 degrees so that's the reason for all the smoke.

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I've always wanted to put electric cutouts on a car. The formula is just too loud as is and Bee already has what we want for exhaust. Maybe project 84 should get it.


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I've always wanted to put electric cutouts on a car. The formula is just too loud as is and Bee already has what we want for exhaust. Maybe project 84 should get it.
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