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    thinkin about new mufflers

    i have glasspacks now and i hate the way they make my truck sound
    anyone heard anything about those hooker mufflers?

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    Re: thinkin about new mufflers

    Quote Originally Posted by bowhay
    i have glasspacks now and i hate the way they make my truck sound
    anyone heard anything about those hooker mufflers?

    Try Heartthrob exhaust or go to www.justmufflers.com run by summit racing I have a a regular Turbo muffler on my truck quiet it down enough to not get the police attention but has a nice rumble. You can get help at your local muffler shop too.

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    What's a muffler?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CamBirdRacing
    What's a muffler?
    I think thats where you pour in the blinker fluid.
    No matter where you go, there you are.
    **IN GOD WE TRUST**

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    Quote Originally Posted by suicidebomb
    Quote Originally Posted by CamBirdRacing
    What's a muffler?
    I think thats where you pour in the blinker fluid.
    A muffler is another name for a scarf you guys. He asked about a prostitute with a scarf, DUH................. :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:






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    Well, some of these drag racing lingo type terms, really screw with my head!!
    No matter where you go, there you are.
    **IN GOD WE TRUST**

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    Quote Originally Posted by suicidebomb
    Quote Originally Posted by CamBirdRacing
    What's a muffler?
    I think thats where you pour in the blinker fluid.


    ...... :wink: :wink:

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    Bowhay,

    A Hooker Muffler is the same as a glasspack in the fact that it has insulation inside. The insulation gets hot, burns together with carbon deposits, sounds bad after not too long. I have used them, do not like them, & for similar money you can get a much better muffler such as a Flowmaster for your truck that will sound great & not break the bank. There are others that are good too making any motor sound much better than a glass filled muffler system. Good luck!! Scooter
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rigsby
    Bowhay,

    ...for similar money you can get a much better muffler such as a Flowmaster for your truck that will sound great & not break the bank. ... Scooter
    Flowmaster has to be the worst performance muffler on the market. Flow-disaster is a more appropriate name.

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    well then what would u suggest chuck


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