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    no1newb Well-Known Member

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    i have a 318 with a flow master (like) system on it. im thinkin about getting a stereo for my barracuda, but the exhaust is way too loud. now i wouldn't be able to install somthin myself, but could anyone give me any suggestions on what to look for. i want to be able to talk to the person in passenger, but i also want people to fear whats under the hood.
     
  2. Mopower71

    Mopower71 Speed Demon

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    How about exhaust cutouts?
    Put some quiet mufflers on it and when necessary, open the cutouts and blast them.
     
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    Do you have full exhaust out the back? Tailpipes? If not, that'd be my first step. If that's still not enough, consider using a pair of glasspacks as resonators. I've heard that has toned down an overly loud exhaust. I'm not bashing yours, what's obnoxious to one person, is music to someone elses ears! :) For the record, I prefer LOUD!
     
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    dahdgedaht 1971 Swinger Special 340 TRIBUTE

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    I was looking into this as well and was told to use Flowmaster 50 series with Deltaflow. They are said to be not as loud and very low resonance inside the car. I'd like to hear them myself though. A local speedshop recommended them. For now I'm using Cherry bomb brand turbo mufflers, nice sound to them when you rev and under power but nearly stock at idle and cruise. I had them on a stock 340 YEARS ago.
     
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    rumblefish360 So close, yet so far away

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    Hooker Aero Chambers.
     
  6. MopaR&D

    MopaR&D Nerd Member FABO Gold Member

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    My friend has some Cherry Bomb Turbo mufflers in his 360 '73 B200 van and they are pretty noisy at idle due to something inside of them breaking loose and rattling around at low engine speeds.
     
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    hemizach Young Blood

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    Dynomax mufflers are what ya want in my opinion. We have them on our roadrunner and love them. They really arent very loud until you press on the go pedal. It is noisy when we have all the windows rolled up but we also have a hemi that creates a lot of noise in addition to the road noise, so thats to be expected. Overall we really like them... nice deep tone as opposed to flowmasters which sound metallicy and like crap in my opinion...

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=K2F5_jf7f6w
     
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    no1newb Well-Known Member

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    its a new full exhaust, so its hard to get rid of it. the guy i bought it from put it in before i bought it.

    im probobly guna get some of that isolation
     
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