I'm using Dynomax Super Turbo 14" on several of my cars, and I love the sound on all of them. I use the ST's on my '49 Olds with an LS engine with Sanderson headers. I also have Sanderson Headers on the 350 in my '55 Nomad, but the sound I enjoy the best is with the 327's in my '56 Chevy, and my '62 vette. I'm using rams horn headers on both of these. They sound great at idle but maybe a little too loud with the 'vette with the pipes coming down behind the rear tires.
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I have FlowMaster 40s on the 283 with a radical cam and then I have a Flowmaster super 44s on zz3 both set up with long tube headers and straight pipes out the back. They both sound pretty old-school. Meaning they are loud. Super 44s are definitely a little bit lower/deeper tone. I spent hrs. Listening to video clips.......
Very "old school" I know but so am I, LOL. Full length 70's Appliance headers with full length true duals out to the back bumper and slight turn down there. No H or X crossover pipes. Running two original 2'' in and 2'' out Thrush mufflers from the 70's that have a nice deep rumble and really "talk" to you when you mash the go pedal. Love the sound for sure.
Last edited by Dualfours; 09-30-2019 at 08:44 PM..