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Old 01-26-2010, 07:06 PM   #76
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Man o Man I'd love to take part in that. Normally I'd say have an extra drink for me, but if you don't drink at all, well then...just mash the gas extra hard for me. lol

and what's stopping you????
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Old 01-26-2010, 07:14 PM   #77
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In the American Thunder kit, they use the 40 series Classic two chamber .... They are a very aggressive sound. There is definitely a drone at low speeds 1200-1500 cruise. It's kinda hard to tell by a video, but the kit I have seems to be louder and a lower tone. My normal take off seems more like his hard take offs, but with more of a rumble. When cruising you can definitely feel the drone in your butt, but it's a good thing .....

If you don't like the loudness their 50 Series has more baffles in them for drone and harshness .... Kinda like the old Hush Thrush mufflers ...
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Old 01-26-2010, 07:49 PM   #78
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and what's stopping you????
Thats a good question scrming....taking part in some of those activities would be a huge thrill for me.

Unfortunently, besides the fact that I already have a rather expensive purchase planned for sometime this spring and won't need to be spending much more money lol....that particular weekend also collides with another event I have planned. Will be attending the St. Louis Supercross with my friends and family April 17th....I won't go into the details of supercross other than its my all time favorite sport and past time hobby. Been going to it for the past 11 years and love it every year!

Anyways, enough about that. Seeing everyones videos and pictures will put a grin on my face.

Maybe another year?

Ok...sorry to get off the topic of the thread.
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Old 01-26-2010, 08:02 PM   #79
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In the American Thunder kit, they use the 40 series Classic two chamber .... They are a very aggressive sound. There is definitely a drone at low speeds 1200-1500 cruise. It's kinda hard to tell by a video, but the kit I have seems to be louder and a lower tone. My normal take off seems more like his hard take offs, but with more of a rumble. When cruising you can definitely feel the drone in your butt, but it's a good thing .....

If you don't like the loudness their 50 Series has more baffles in them for drone and harshness .... Kinda like the old Hush Thrush mufflers ...
Yup I was waiting to post about the drone - I installed this kit a month ago and love the sound. I do have some drone in the 1800-1900 RPM range however. It seems to be wearing off a little bit as it breaks in. One thing I can confirm - the butt-dyno definitely shows a difference, even more so than when I installed the Airaid. The tips need to be rotated inwards a bit to blend with the contours of the rear valence, and thus the logo is askew but that's ok (unlike the Corsa). It's a great option for the price-point.
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Man o Man I'd love to take part in that. Normally I'd say have an extra drink for me, but if you don't drink at all, well then...just mash the gas extra hard for me. lol

I'll have the extra drink back at the hotel but would be nice if you could join us.
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Old 01-26-2010, 09:32 PM   #81
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I've seen so many different links for prices! Whats the most inexpensive one?!
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Yup I was waiting to post about the drone - I installed this kit a month ago and love the sound. I do have some drone in the 1800-1900 RPM range however. It seems to be wearing off a little bit as it breaks in. One thing I can confirm - the butt-dyno definitely shows a difference, even more so than when I installed the Airaid. The tips need to be rotated inwards a bit to blend with the contours of the rear valence, and thus the logo is askew but that's ok (unlike the Corsa). It's a great option for the price-point.
I think there's actually more road noise than drone. The thing I do love is the way they sound taking off from a light in sport mode (auto) .... That's when they really shine, and you can really feel the extra torque on the bottom. It pushes you back in the seat much more and sounds totally bada$$ ....
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Old 01-26-2010, 09:38 PM   #83
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Here is a comparison between my Delta 40 Series and the
American Thunder series axle back system. I think I did OK with what I came up with and bought. Just by listening to the videos side by side like this, I have to say I got pretty damn close to the axle back system. I need to get a few new videos made since I have some miles on them now.

Jump to around the 0:50 mark of both videos where we are both giving it a hard stomp.


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WOW .... Pretty dang close aren't they ..... Play them both at the same time ...
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For the kit .....

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id really like to here some delta 44s to see if it takes the tone down and the raspiness out.... also still looking for takeoff and driving footage of american thunder kit....reving is nice, but doesnt really tell you how it sounds when its in drive.....
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That's the link for american thunder, i was looking for the link to the mufflers made for the v6.....Thank you though!
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id really like to here some delta 44s to see if it takes the tone down and the raspiness out.... also still looking for takeoff and driving footage of american thunder kit....reving is nice, but doesnt really tell you how it sounds when its in drive.....

Are the delta 44s the same as the Super 44s? If so, that's what is on my car. I'll dig up a link to vids.
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thats what I meant...sorry still waking up (day off) ....but yes
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http://www.camaro5.com/forums/showthread.php?t=52822


If that works, scroll down a bit, there is idle, in car and out of car WOT. They have a bit of raspiness, but I like the sound.
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That's the link for american thunder, i was looking for the link to the mufflers made for the v6.....Thank you though!
That is the V6 kit, with mufflers and tips ..... Kit # 817483
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mrray13 that sounds really good...as scrming pointed out it did has a little raspiness to it, but when it seasons it should die down....so that was about 3 mths ago.....any change in the sound since then now that they got a little seasoned?
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Okay thank you!
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Like the exhaust but I can't decide...I either want to go with corsa or this...
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I just bought one last week for my buddys car from a distibutor we deal with 21st Century Exhaust (800.276.6399). The owner said he would give anyone here on the site a deal on the system, but they have to tell the sales guys you are from Camaro5 and they will sell it to you for $395.00 shipped.
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I just bought one last week for my buddys car from a distibutor we deal with 21st Century Exhaust (800.276.6399). The owner said he would give anyone here on the site a deal on the system, but they have to tell the sales guys you are from Camaro5 and they will sell it to you for $395.00 shipped.

Awesome deal ...... They can be installed by consumer with a few basic tools and a set of ramps. No welding is necessary, just follow the directions. Two saw cuts and remove the OEM, slip in the new cans and clamp in place. Install the tips and your good to go. The whole job takes about 30 min.
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mrray13 that sounds really good...as scrming pointed out it did has a little raspiness to it, but when it seasons it should die down....so that was about 3 mths ago.....any change in the sound since then now that they got a little seasoned?

They mellowed out, but now I have the JBA shorties in front of them, lol. Things are definitely different, lol. I need to compress and post my vids with the headers/FLowmasters.
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Old 02-06-2010, 08:05 PM   #98
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Installed my Flowmasters

I finally got my Flowmaster axle back package on the car. I watched the video eight or nine times,read and re-read the instructions eight or nine times. Measure nine inches in front of hanger and mark,cut original system
at the mark.And....VOILA! my pipes are four inches too short.Had to splice in a couple of chunks.Other than that I really like 'em.
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Old 02-06-2010, 10:51 PM   #99
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I just got my Flowmaster kit (model 817483) put on my LS by a very experienced local exhaust shop. This was their first Camaro V6. They welded the pipe and tack welded the tips instead of using the clamps. Mellowed out the sound without making it too loud (my wife was worried and she didn't complain:-). One side went on fine, one side had to be cut a little to get the pipe centered. Abount 1.5 hrs. to install. The stock muflers are huge and heavy. The black Flowmasters are much less visible from the Mustang position now ;_0. Has a very deep bass rumble when you first start it in the garage. Very pleased. The shop owner was surprised to see a V6 with a true dual exhaust. He thought the stock pipes sounded pretty good (so do I) but a little more flow and rumble can't hurt! The shops ramps were the drive on kind which is nice for this type of work as you don't have to worry about the alignment shifting when the weight shifts back to the suspension. Tips look good, 4 inch straight cut vs. the stock 3 inch diagonal cut. All in all a nice product at a nice price.
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interesting about the cut cause the pipe to be too short....im def planning on having a shop weld the pipes after I get them installed...
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