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Old 06-23-05, 07:28 PM
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Glasspack

how bad would a glass pack kill my gas milage on my chevy astro
 
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Is this the same van that was recently described as carrying a cat off of a 70-something Nova?
 
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Old 06-23-05, 07:55 PM
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ya, but now i want to make my van loud but not kill my gas milage
 
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If you're already dragging around a 30+ yr old cat, I wouldn't worry about it too much......
 
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Old 06-23-05, 08:23 PM
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ok so you wouldnt think it would kill it that bad
 
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I'm guessing your systems not stock, so it probably won't matter
 
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no its not
 
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Why

Why a glass pack?Might get you a ticket.Have you looked at good freeflow muffler?Maybe a Flowmaster glasspacks are loud and dont last long.
 
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I can recommend the Flowmasters
Love the sound....used them for years
The 2 chambered ones, like the American Thunder series, get pretty loud
 
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Originally Posted by michael van
Why a glass pack?Might get you a ticket.Have you looked at good freeflow muffler?Maybe a Flowmaster glasspacks are loud and dont last long.
you cant get a ticket for haveing a glasspack here in South Dak.
 
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Originally Posted by slickshift
I can recommend the Flowmasters
Love the sound....used them for years
The 2 chambered ones, like the American Thunder series, get pretty loud

around how much is one
 
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Old 06-24-05, 11:24 AM
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Flowmaster

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Flowmaster


how about this one
 
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Nice
A little quieter than the 2 chamber/American Thunders (which are really loud), but still a great sound
Whicheverone fits your system
One's 3", one 2 1/4", one's off set....etc....
 
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Old 06-24-05, 11:49 AM
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ya were could i get one of those your talking about, i cant find any around here
 
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Try www.summitracing.com
Or www.jegs.com
I've used both before
Prices are good
 
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