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Anyone Tried Adjustable Mufflers?

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    Anyone Tried Adjustable Mufflers?

    Saw these Flowtech Warlock Adjustable mufflers on HP-TV. The muffler has a regular outlet and also a "straight-thru" outlet for non restricted exhaust. Anyway, looked like a poor man's adjustable borla system (block off plate with wing nuts and all)...

    Anyway, presently installing MAC mid length headers with ORY and I figured it would be brutally loud with my present SLP Loudmouth set up. Thought this would be the best compromise between drivablility and power...

    Anyone tried these?

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    If you put the muffler all the way in the back,(which is where it would have to go) uncorking the cap wouldn't make much difference.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MISSMYZ View Post
    Saw these Flowtech Warlock Adjustable mufflers on HP-TV. The muffler has a regular outlet and also a "straight-thru" outlet for non restricted exhaust. Anyway, looked like a poor man's adjustable borla system (block off plate with wing nuts and all)...

    Anyway, presently installing MAC mid length headers with ORY and I figured it would be brutally loud with my present SLP Loudmouth set up. Thought this would be the best compromise between drivablility and power...

    Anyone tried these?
    Had some on a 5.0 probably 5 years ago. I liked them. With the length of pipe it will stil give your motor some backpressure which it wants. I'd say they'll sound better than that Loadmouth set-up for sure!!!!
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    I've never ran them but I know a few people over on montecarloss.com than ran them and liked them. It's basically the same as having a cut out. You can either run through your muffler you straight through.
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    OK. Good to see that there aren't any big warnings to not use them...

    Now, if I could only get some time to put in my headers!

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    I have the mac mids and ORY with the LM setup. I just bought a proflo dynomax muffler to put in place of that resonator POS that LM uses. it was way to loud so we will see what this new muffler sounds like after i get it installed. (wooohooo UPS delivered it today!!) wait theres snow outside so i can't drive it

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