All of that is my fathers, I never said I owned any of it.Presumably because Mopar Man keeps talking about the Aston Martin his father has, the GTR he's about to buy, the numbers-matching 1968 Charger R/T 426 Hemi sitting under the tarp in their garage behind the brand-new 1948 Vincent Black Lightning, the Faberg? egg he's using as a tarp tie-down for said Charger, the Amber Room that's in their basement, and the Elvis they kidnapped back in 1977 and that they've been keeping in said mythical room for the last 31 years.
So mr. magnaflow, what do you think of Dynomax?Oh, god, those are AssMasters (aka FlowMasters), aren't they?
You can *hear* the infamous FlowMaster drone/resonance at 1:09 until the MDS kicks in and it starts to fade away around 1:11/1:12. You also hear it again at 2:00.
Some people think that sounds good. I find it gives me a headache, especially on highway trips.
-500 points for being dumb enough to want AssMasters. Go buy a Magnaflow system instead - those are a lot less restrictive and sound a lot better.
All depends on what you get i guess. I like loud V8s. They sound pretty cool and mean. Throttle response seems to get a little better as well.I like the sound of a flowmaster on a V8. Yeah, it's loud, that's the point. And so what if it doesn't increase HP by much, like that would make any real difference in the real world. The only real reason people upgrade their exhausts on their street cars is for the sound, let's be honest.
My dad put a Magnaflow on his 5.8L Bronco. It actually doesn't sound much different then stock.
Their stainless stuff is rather inconsistent in assembly quality. Sometimes it is good, sometimes it is bad. <shrug> Never had a bad Magnaflow, though.So mr. magnaflow, what do you think of Dynomax?
I know some of their cheap stuff is only justified by its prices, but i have heard good stuff about their stainless products.