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Dynamax or Flowmaster Stainless or Aluminum [13 vote(s)]

Dynomax Ultra Flo Welded
15.4%
Flowmaster Super 50
7.7%
Aluminum
46.2%
Stainless
30.8%


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RE: Dropping in a fresh 327 looking for exhaust advice.




 

 

 


 Thanks to everyone who contributed.  Picked her up from the shop yesterday with newly installed stock 2.25 ram horns into  2.5 stainless with magnaflows.  Sounds amazing!!!!!!  its got a real nice growl at idle, whisper quiet on the highway and crazy mean when revved up.

I'm done, just some interior tinkering but mostly driving!!!!!

 

 


         Very nice     amazing what a couple hundred dollars of exhaust will do     That stainless should be good for 50 years  



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Nice looking system. workmanship looks tops.

What shop did the exhaust?



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cdnpont wrote:

Nice looking system. workmanship looks tops.

What shop did the exhaust?


 Yes they did excellent work.  I dealt with Stuart who is the owner of Coachworks in Milton Ontario along with his brother Carl.  They have an amazing shop and incredible cars in there.  I thought they would be out of my league price wise but were right in the middle and as you can see by the pictures the quality of workmanship was second to none.

 

Here is their info, Coachworks Automotive 701 Main Street Milton Ontario 905-875-3740 toll free 1-877-875-1955

 

www.coachworksautomotive.com

 



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I found good quality headers make a huge difference in the seal as well as the flange thickness.
the heavier the better.  as well as good gaskets.

 

 



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