-- I like the sound at, or just above, idle, especially with a lumpy cam. -- At speed, the drone drives Me crazy (or should I say crazier than I...
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-- Good move. - Leave it that way.
-- That would be one of the last places that I would put them. -- Not all people have My taste. -- My 2 cents.
Side Pipes are for Corvettes / Cobras, and like.
-- Good move.
In the OP, I expected to hear about Flow Masters.
-- I had that set-up, in a 69 Valiant. -- I tried Flowmaster 40s -- way too much drone. -- I settled for some basic turbos. - They sounded fine.
Not on a Mopar -- But -- It's Your Car, Go For It.
On My 500 inch 68 Dart, I put them ahead of the X-pipe - no special reason. -- I pointed them slightly down. My thinking, on that, was to carry...
-- Yep !
-- Even 40 Series Flowmasters are quite loud, and the drone is very annoying -- But -- they sound cool at idle.
-- Get different mufflers.
-- Rear was 15" X 8", with modified back spacing (the center was moved) and 275/60-15" Radial T/As. -- Ran MT Slicks, on the street, most of the...
-- Not a show car - never got it painted. - sold it. - It was a 500 inch (440 stroker). -- [ATTACH]
-- This is 3" tail pipes on a 68 Dart. -- Chevy Nova style -- Not sure that it would work in Your situation.[ATTACH]
Do you plan to have 3" exhaust on your car ? -- If not, then you don't want these. -- Plus being straight thru, there likely to be noisy.
-- Way too much drone, for me.
Welcome -- Lots of good people and info here.
-- That would be Flowmaster 40 series. -- [IMG] --
-- On My 408 Valiant (3" exhaust), I had Flow Master 40s, and they sounded great, - BUT - too much drone on the highway. -- I replaced them with...
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