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Old 12-03-2013, 03:32 PM
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Hey guys. I have a 2010 SXT All wheel drive. Right now the stock single exhaust is on there. I do not know a lot about the exhaust, but I want more sound out of the car. I can't afford a full true dual exhaust right now, so I have pretty much nailed it down to two options. Either I replace the stock muffler with a flowmaster super 40 or buy a blastin' bobs 12db kit and have it attached to the stock muffler. The Blastin bobs will cost more, but I like it better because it will have the dual tips. Flowmaster will cost less, but will not look as good. Any advice? I want a bigger sound, so if the flowmaster can provide that I would choose the flowmaster first. Also, if I put the flowmaster on, should I delete the resonator? Thanks.
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I think for now I am going to just buy the flowmaster. Eventually I am gonna add the blastin bobs kit to the flowmaster. But should I have the resonator removed?
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I would save my cash and jsut buy a quality catback to begin with....welcome to the site...
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If possible get the flowmaster muffler and the blastin bobs. You can find the flowmaster mufflers pretty cheap if you shop around. Then again I don't know your budget so I apologize if that seems like poor advice. If you can't swing both I would go with the blastin bob's...you'll have dual outlet and some better sound.


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Hey guys. I have a 2010 SXT All wheel drive. Right now the stock single exhaust is on there. I do not know a lot about the exhaust, but I want more sound out of the car. I can't afford a full true dual exhaust right now, so I have pretty much nailed it down to two options. Either I replace the stock muffler with a flowmaster super 40 or buy a blastin' bobs 12db kit and have it attached to the stock muffler. The Blastin bobs will cost more, but I like it better because it will have the dual tips. Flowmaster will cost less, but will not look as good. Any advice? I want a bigger sound, so if the flowmaster can provide that I would choose the flowmaster first. Also, if I put the flowmaster on, should I delete the resonator? Thanks.
Get the dual exhaust dirt cheap by snagging a used dual exhaust from an R/T. Save up down the road then upgrade the mufflers and resonators later
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Get the dual exhaust dirt cheap by snagging a used dual exhaust from an R/T. Save up down the road then upgrade the mufflers and resonators later
Good call! And he can always add better tips to the stock RT exhaust. Find one off of a Daytona if you can.


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I was thinking about buying the flowmaster now, and then throwing the blastin bobs on there. It would sound even better with the flowmaster rather than the stock muffler. Money is an issue, as i'm only 17 and in school.
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I have a 2010 r/t and about a year ago I upgraded to a corsa catback... I wish I had saved the stock cat-back. I didn't have a garage or any room to store it, so I just threw them out/gave it to the shop that installed. Had no clue so many v6 guys wanted them...

I agree, it would be the best bang for your buck to try and hunt down a stock r/t or srt exhaust. I believe u need to buy some clamps or something to make the other side fit.
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I was thinking about buying the flowmaster now, and then throwing the blastin bobs on there. It would sound even better with the flowmaster rather than the stock muffler. Money is an issue, as i'm only 17 and in school.
Don't worry man I was in that same boat only a few years ago. You just have to take it one step at a time...which is what it seems like you're doing, so good!

If you want sound do the flowmaster and then BB later.

If you want looks (dual tips) and not so much sound, grab a stock RT catback. If you can find one off a Daytona they actually sound pretty damn good from the factory.


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Don't worry man I was in that same boat only a few years ago. You just have to take it one step at a time...which is what it seems like you're doing, so good!

If you want sound do the flowmaster and then BB later.

If you want looks (dual tips) and not so much sound, grab a stock RT catback. If you can find one off a Daytona they actually sound pretty damn good from the factory.


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Yea, muffler came today. Gonna put that on and most likely get the resonator removed. Hopefully in a few months I will have the cash to add the BB kit. Thanks to everyone for the help! A r/t exhaust isn't a bad idea, but as I said money is limited and I'm more into sound than looks right now.
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