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Old 07-03-2009, 12:19 AM   #1
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flowmaster for 08 tacoma? help

i was wondering what flowmaster would work on my 2008 V6 tacoma? is the flowmaster 40 or deltaflow 50 louder? i dont want it to be too loud on idle i want it to sound good when i hit it. and can i just buy the muffler for it?
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Old 07-03-2009, 01:29 AM   #2
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I went with 50 delta and am pretty happy with it. Heard my friends 40 and it was too loud in the cab. IMO. Check out the "sound clips on this site.
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The 40 is louder than the 50.

I have the 50 Catback dual exits on my 07 truck. It's probably the perfect sound level for what I wanted. The system cost me about $310 and my husband and I installed it ourselves.

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Yes, you can buy only the muffler.
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Yea the 40 is louder than the 50. I have a 40. As far as cab noise, not that bad. I expected it to be way louder from what people have said.
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Old 07-03-2009, 08:22 AM   #5
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i was wondering what flowmaster would work on my 2008 V6 tacoma? is the flowmaster 40 or deltaflow 50 louder? i dont want it to be too loud on idle i want it to sound good when i hit it. and can i just buy the muffler for it?


Sorry, but the flowmaster mufflers will not work on a Tacoma.
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Of course you can just install a muffler. My Magnaflow on the stock pipes sounds as good as (better?) any catback. I get compliments constantly.
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Sorry, but the flowmaster mufflers will not work on a Tacoma.
I'm pretty sure they will since all of us on this thread have them installed on out Tacoma's.
Flowmaster 50 series:
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oop...hold on a minute, let me loosen the drag a bit...
It's a no wonder the newer folks are sooooo confused. People are giving them false information and messing with their heads.
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hence the pokey stick...


OF COURSE JUST ABOUT ANY MUFFLER WILL WORK ON A TACOMA...how they sound is all subjective. Hope this clears up any confusion.
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i just got a 40 series put on my 4 banger tacoma a few days ago and it sound really good i think, not ricey at all which surprised me haha. It does resonate a good bit in the cab between 2-3k RPM's but you can't hear it at idle one bit, really just when your gassing it. The 50 DF would be a good deal quieter cuz i tried one of those out before they welded everything, but it's all what you like...
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im putting a 50 on my truck and ditching the 2 rear cats.
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thanks everyone
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It's a no wonder the newer folks are sooooo confused. People are giving them false information and messing with their heads.
It's pretty obvious that he's JOKING.
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what size muffler do i need for my 2008 extended cab V6 truck?
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Of course you can just install a muffler. My Magnaflow on the stock pipes sounds as good as (better?) any catback. I get compliments constantly.


how much was just the magnaflow muffler? is that the same as a flowmaster?
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I'm just installing the FM 40 Muffler...sounds mean
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i have the flowmaster 40 single in dual out and its not that bad. its quiet but mean sounding at idle and in overdrive gear on the interstate traveling, but its loud when i get on it which is exactly what i wanted. haha these little civics pulled up next to me in town last week revving up and i revved mine up and they stopped. then i made thier little piece of crap look like it was standing still. haha
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