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After several months with my Codeman exhaust mod, I decided to swap out the "Flowguard (Flowmaster copy) muffler for a Dynomax super turbo that I found on eBay. Only $35 and I'm very pleased after a couple of days. The sound is more rich and powerful at the right times and yet it softens up and quiets down at others. Precisely what I wanted. Not to lose all the rumble yet quiet it down some.
What I didn't expect was how it opened up the air flow and power noticeably. My Alpha CAI now gulps like it is supposed to and the power add is not a myth. Feels like an inexpensive win for me.
 

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After several months with my Codeman exhaust mod, I decided to swap out the "Flowguard (Flowmaster copy) muffler for a Dynomax super turbo that I found on eBay. Only $35 and I'm very pleased after a couple of days. The sound is more rich and powerful at the right times and yet it softens up and quiets down at others. Precisely what I wanted. Not to lose all the rumble yet quiet it down some.
What I didn't expect was how it opened up the air flow and power noticeably. My Alpha CAI now gulps like it is supposed to and the power add is not a myth. Feels like an inexpensive win for me.
Which model muffler was it?
 

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After several months with my Codeman exhaust mod, I decided to swap out the "Flowguard (Flowmaster copy) muffler for a Dynomax super turbo that I found on eBay. Only $35 and I'm very pleased after a couple of days. The sound is more rich and powerful at the right times and yet it softens up and quiets down at others. Precisely what I wanted. Not to lose all the rumble yet quiet it down some.
What I didn't expect was how it opened up the air flow and power noticeably. My Alpha CAI now gulps like it is supposed to and the power add is not a myth. Feels like an inexpensive win for me.
Did you remove the cat on your install?
 

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After several months with my Codeman exhaust mod, I decided to swap out the "Flowguard (Flowmaster copy) muffler for a Dynomax super turbo that I found on eBay. Only $35 and I'm very pleased after a couple of days. The sound is more rich and powerful at the right times and yet it softens up and quiets down at others. Precisely what I wanted. Not to lose all the rumble yet quiet it down some.
What I didn't expect was how it opened up the air flow and power noticeably. My Alpha CAI now gulps like it is supposed to and the power add is not a myth. Feels like an inexpensive win for me.
Are you getting fumes into the passenger side with the "Codeman-Exhaust" ?????????????
...................tom n carol
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Is this muffler a direct flow thru type or is it chambered?
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@Carbon_One .here is some info...i think WAGNER is maker of this also.?
Dynomax Super Turbo - Exhaust Muffler
Part Number: 17733
Line: DMX
  • Universal

Detailed Description
DynoMax(R) Super Turbo(TM) performance mufflers exclusive patented flow director design channels exhaust flow and eliminates turbulence. The large internal flow tubes improve exhaust flow and reduce backpressure. Each muffler uses fiberglass matting technology to absorb unwanted interior resonance while maintaining a mellow performance tone.



Additional Details
  • Muffler Shape: Oval
  • Number Of Inlets: 1
  • Number Of Outlets: 1
  • Muffler Body Height (In): 4-1/4 Inch
  • Muffler Body Length (In): 14 Inch
  • Muffler Body Material: Steel
  • Muffler Body Width (In): 9-3/4 Inch
  • Muffler Finish: Aluminized
  • Muffler Inlet Attachment Method: Pipe
  • Muffler Inlet Location: Offset
  • Muffler Inlet Size (In): 2-1/2 Inch
  • Muffler Outlet Attachment Method: Pipe
  • Muffler Outlet Location: Offset
  • Muffler Outlet Size (In): 2-1/2 Inch
  • Muffler Overall Length (In): 18-1/2 Inch
  • Muffler Type: Combination
  • Reversible Muffler: Yes
  • Universal Or Direct Fit: Universal
 

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But in all seriousness, would you consider making a @jonv version of that to replace the fart-can so guys with ties have it nice (with no rice)? (Yeah, I ain't no urban-thug wrapper.)

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I can do that muffler no problem. We use oval mufflers on our current set ups. They're not fart cans!! Lol
 
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