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what the loudest flowmaster exhaust?

what is the loudest flowmaster muffler to put on my 02 gt. i know the 10 series but im talking chambered like the super 44, american thunder, original 40's. which one are the loudest beside the 10 series. its gonna be with longtube headers and an o/r h.
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I have the super 44 from the flow tubes to muffler tips. I would say its a toss up between the 40s and 44s. Depends on what your personal preference is. My car is pretty loud. Its 2 1/2in the whole way back. My cousin has a sn95 with 40s but he used 2 1/2in pipe all the way back until after the muffler then took it down to 2 1/4in over the axle then 3in tail pipes and it sounds pretty vicious. It has that mustang crackle sound when he hammers the throttle. I think either one would be good. The super 44s are a little cheaper than the 40s. Also I have video clips on facebook of the before and after. Dallas tanner is my name profile pic is of my gray fox. Hope this helps.

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I have short tube equal lengths and an off road h on mine

BBK equal length headers, Summit Racing off road h-pipe, Flowmaster super 44 mufflers and tail pipes, UPR products CAI, BBK 76mm MAF, Trick Flow 70mm throttle body, Professional Products 70mm EGR plate, Professional Products Typhoon u/l intake manifold, March under drive pulleys,Ford Racing 3.73 gears, B&M shift kit.
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like said before the super 44s would be the deepest sounding and maybe with an h pipe too, and if you want sound outside and inside then go with the original 40s, but its really your preference

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I have 10's, and they make the 40's sound like stock mufflers...... lol

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Anyone have the 10 series on sound clip/video?
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check youtube for clips

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im not real sure if this is a gt or not but it says its a v6 in the title and i was just wondering what i could do to get my sixer to sound like this,

would true dual with original 40s get mine to sound like this

YouTube - 2001 Mustang V6 Exhaust

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yea dude thats definitaly a v6 and im sure you could get yours to sound like that if not better with a flowmaster catback
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I may have a video clip of my 10's, I'll check when I get home.

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Had both exhaust setups on a Mustang Gt. In my opinion, =) 40s are louder. 44 is more of a smoother sound. Dont get me wrong they both sound very aggressive but the 40s are a tad bit louder.
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