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matt palm
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2/01/2005
13:50:47

Subject: Need Help with my Exhaust
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Hey i have a question if i have someone put this flowmaster muffler on that i bought and then have him put on glass packs would it be loud my old muffler had a hole in it so i though i should go with a flowmaster last longer i want to make it loud! so if i have hime put on th new muffler and glass packs should that be make it loud but i have all the same tail and other pipes that hooked up the old muffler should i put the old pipes on or have him put new ones on. This is going on a 83 ford pick up. i am only 17 i never heard of glass packs and i don't know what they look like PLEASE HELP I NEED HELP THANKS Matt Please email if you have any examples.



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2/02/2005
23:16:12

RE: Need Help with my Exhaust
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Matt, glass packs are mufflers. They're a straight through fiberglass packed type. They're shaped like a tube instead of oval like a turbo or stock muffler. The Flowmaster is a turbo chambered type. If you want it loud don't put both on. Know what I mean? More mufflers equals quieter. The Flowmaster is your best bet. It will flow a little better than the glass packs so it will have more power (slightly) too. You didn't say what Flowmaster you have. The 40, or 50 or ?? The 40 is the loudest. About the same volume as a glass pack but usually have a better tone.



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2/03/2005
01:09:42

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It's apparent you need help in other areas, as well.
Coherency, first.
Then conjugation.




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