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Old 10-14-2011, 01:45 PM   #1
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flowmaster series 10 on v6 assistance needed

Want it deeper dnt like the sound during the inital start up. Then after bout 2500 rpm gets ricey.


Need recommendtions, res. Removal, x pipe wat? I ordered my intake already
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Old 10-14-2011, 01:47 PM   #2
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I would go with an MRT 2.0 Axel-back for a better sound if thats what your after.

EDIT: Cat back to Axel back
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Unfortunately, our LLT in design will produce that rasp that no one like at higher rpm's, but the good news is that there are some smart folks who have went to the drawing board with the rasp in mind and have designed exhaust systems to cancel out those bad frequencies. Some have chosen the right muffler from the jump and some have already added the perforated x-pipe. MRT v2, Corsa, ARK, and solo are all in my opinion very good rasp free exhausts.

Another option would be what I like to call "too late" route lol. Like myself have purchased a system without knowing the outcome and had to end up modifying to get rid of the rasp with magnaflow perforated x-pipe.

It look like your in that "too late" category unless you can return it somehow, but if not then you might want to consider the x-pipe.
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Old 10-14-2011, 02:56 PM   #4
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I would go with an MRT 2.0 Cat back for a better sound if thats what your after.
The MRT systems are axle back systems, not cat back...

and to OP... I would look into adding the Magnaflow "resonated" x-pipe...
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which one x pipe knw a good site i tried buy n one but they dnt wanna sell by itself
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Old 10-14-2011, 02:58 PM   #6
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had a resonator delete/straight pipe and got tired of it went to the local shop and installed flowmasters and the sound is deep and the performance is greatt its a lil faster and responds wayyy better!
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which one x pipe knw a good site i tried buy n one but they dnt wanna sell by itself
They have the 2 1/4" and 2 1/2" version. I think the one I have which is 2 1/2" is part number 11834. Go to magnaflow website and look for the one you need which is probably the 2 1/4" version if you still have the factory mid pipes and write down the part number and start looking online for a good price. I see them going from around $80 to $100 plus. Ebay is a good place to hunt for bargains too.
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The MRT systems are axle back systems, not cat back...

and to OP... I would look into adding the Magnaflow "resonated" x-pipe...
You are correct, my mistake. I got ahead of myself thinking of cat backs and axel backs.
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Old 10-14-2011, 04:08 PM   #9
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i have the series 10 n its good n loud just dnt like the ricey sound wen it revs high rpm's

did u delete the res. any x pipe
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so if i read correctly delete the factory resenators and install a magnaflow res. x pipe in its place
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