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Old Today, 06:45 AM   #1
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Default Flowmaster 10 series not loud?

I put a flowmaster 10 series on my truck this winter and it's not even that loud. Only around 2000 rpms is when I can hear it. It's supposed to be the loudest flomaster on the market. Even about the 44 series. Anyone else have this problem or suggestions? My truck is all stock and has all cats on.
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It's only ganna get so loud with the cats on.
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Yeah what he said.


Stock Headers and intermediate pipe will be the bottleneck as far as loudness goes.




If you decide to put on an off-road (catless) pipe you might crap yourself.
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