Installation of a Flowmaster Stainless Steel Force II Cat-back Exhaust system on a 2008 Dodge Charger V6. This Flowmaster Force II Cat-back Exhaust features a dual muffler, dual resonated tailpipes and dual stainless tips to help increase fuel mileage, increase power and give your car a great sound. After installation of the Exhaust, torque gains are seen through 4,000 to 5,000 RPMs, and the Charger saw an even gain in horsepower.
The Flowmaster Force II Cat-back Exhaust System is available here: http://www.summitracing.com/search/Department/Exhaust/Part-Type/Exhaust-Systems/Brand/Flowmaster/Product-Line/Flowmaster-Stainless-Steel-Force-II-Exhaust-Systems/?autoview=SKU
2007 Dodge Magnum Flowmaster Exhaust Kit Install
Reviewing Flowmasters all new stainless steel Exhaust system for the 2007 Dodge Magnum 5.7L RT. These Force II Exhaust systems have been designed with the latest Exhaust technology available. Through this technology, you will experience improvements in acceleration, passing power, and fuel mileage. The key to these performance improvements is the use of mandrel-bent tubing. The tubing allows for superior Exhaust gas flow, while aluminized steel construction has been utilized for its corrosion-resistant qualities.
Turbospoke - The Bicycle Exhaust System
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turbospoke is a complete Exhaust system that fits to any bike and makes it look and sound just like a real dirt bike. turbospoke is based on the old 'baseball-card-in-the-spokes' concept, brought right up to date. The realistic engine sounds are created using long lasting plastic cards, a clever sound chamber and an awesome megaphone Exhaust pipe which really amplifies the sound.
How to Install a 4WDH Cat-Back Exhaust on a WJ Grand Cherokee
http://www.4wd.com/Jeep-Engine-Performance/4Wheel-Drive-Hardware-Exhaust-Systems-for-Jeep.aspx?t_c=74&t_s=49&t_pt=3383&t_pl=104715 - In this video, we're showing you how to install a 4Wheel Drive Hardware cat-back Exhaust system on a WJ Grand Cherokee. This Exhaust (Part #1022020) sounds very similar to 1997-06 TJ Wranglers and 1997-01 XJ Cherokees with 4.0L 6-cylinder engines. Here's how it's done:
1. Unbolt and remove muffler clamp.
2. Persuasion may be needed to remove the Exhaust, especially if it's rusted on like ours was.
3. A sawzall makes quick work of it.
4. Remove the rear hanger after cutting through.
5. We had to use an air chisel to get the muffler off.
6. Install the adapter pipe.
7. Install the new muffler with the outlet facing the outside.
8. Use 2 clamps on the adapter pipe.
9. Slide Exhaust pipe in from the rear.
10. Install rear hanger clamp.
11. Attach Exhaust to muffler.
12. Snug all clamps and check for fit.
13. Tighten all bolts down after alignment.
14. Compare the sound of the factory Exhaust system to the newly installed 4Wheel Drive Hardware Exhaust system.
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Flowmaster Muffler Comparison
A raw test of 7 different Flowmaster mufflers on one motor.
The Motor -
Small Block Chevy 406, 11:1 compression, Crane Solid Roller Camshaft, Brodix heads with 2.05- 1.60 titanium valves, Eagle 4340 Crank, Eagle H beam Rods, Manley Forged pistons, Victor Jr Intake manifold, 850 Holley DP, K&N air filter, Moroso 7 qt. pan, 1 7/8 headers, BE COOL radiator with dual 13 inch fans, MSD distributor, MSD coil and MSD 6AL box.
Exhaust - Flowmaster 3 inch Scavenger Pipe
MagnaFlow Exhaust Installation - 1996 Acura Integra - etrailer.com
Videos are provided as a guide only. Refer to manufacturer
installation instructions and specs for complete information.
Today on this 1996 Acura Integra we are going to install MagnaFlow Exhaust part number MF15653 from MagnaFlow Performance. First off we will give you a sound test of the original Exhaust on there. Then we can compare it to the new one once we have it installed. First we will show you what is going to get replaced in our Exhaust system. Basically this is what is called a Cat-back or from the catalytic converter on back to the tailpipe. This is our converter right here and at this flange point we are going to unbolt right here and from here on back is going to get removed from the vehicle. On the bolts themselves we sprayed down with some penetrate and let it sit for at least an hour or so. The nut on the top is going to be a different size nut also. Leave that alone for now. 00:50
If these break we do not really care because this is all getting replaced anyway. Get this apart. Next spray down the rubber hangers with some more lubricant and we will pry them off. We do not want to damage the rubber hangers because those are going to get reused. The same thing is going to happen again with the muffler. Now if these hangers are already damaged from normal wear and tear you probably want to just replace them and this is going to be the best time to do it now. Now we have got our Exhaust completely off. What we are going to do is take any leftover hangers that had stayed with the Exhaust and remove those and put them back into the factory locations. 01:35
We are going to start installing new parts working our way from front to rear. We are going to slide on a new part. We are going to reuse the original factory nuts. We are just going to start one and get it started and hold everything into place and then we will slide on the rubber hangers. We will run all of these bolts down evenly and then give them a final torque. Working with the next section is going to S curve. Install the clamp, slide it on, and slide this on to the resonator pipe that we just installed. This does not really have anything to support it but the other half so we are going to slide it on for now. The approximate location of the original. Install the muffler and tailpipe and slide that into place. We will hook these up to the rubber hangers by the bumper. Put the S pipe next to the tailpipe itself. There is a little gasket that will go on here. Slide it into position and run the bolts through. This is hardware that does come with the kit and install the flange nuts. 03:28
Position the pipes the way that we want it and make sure it is not rattling up against anything that we do not want it to. Then once we have it the way we want it we will snug down the connections. The last thing we will do is tighten down the band clamp and that requires a specific torque range that is provided in the instructions. With our Exhaust fully installed the only thing we need to do now is turn the engine on and see what we get for sound. At about 20 to 50 miles, you probably want to go back underneath the vehicle again and make sure all of the fasteners are still tight. That sounds pretty good. There you have it for part number MF15653 from MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust.
2011 Dodge Charger R/T exhaust upgrade Flowmaster American Thunder
This is a video of me upgrading the Exhaust on my 2011 Charger. I installed the Flowmaster American Thunder kit # 817508. It was not to bad to install and took a few hours. Probably the hardest thing was to remove the old Exhaust from the rubber hangers. A pair of channel lock pliers proved to be the correct tool to pop them loose.
The system is much louder and yes, there is drone. It really kicks in right around 2000 rpm's. I like it though. This kit was fairly inexpensive, easy to install and sounds great.