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Straight pipe vs twister flo pro

Discussion in 'Engine and Performance' started by 2batruck, Jul 24, 2019.

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  1. 2batruck

    2batruck Senior Member

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    I just installed a flo pro with twister on my 3500 2016 ram. But I cant really hear too much rumble inside the cab. Wondering if I should just go straight pipe or will that create too much drone? Thanks

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  2. BWC

    BWC Senior Member

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    No experience with the twister but why are you wanting to straight pipe? Either way I dont think the drone is too bad on a 6.7 but it all depends on someones preference. Cops could give you a hard time too depending on the city/town
     
  3. Dennis Shellito

    Dennis Shellito Member

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    The 6.7L Cummins are harsh and horribly loud without a muffler. They are not cool and sexy sounding like the straight piped 5.9L. I have a 6.7 that is tuned and deleted and it has a muffler and I still can't hear the radio as well as I would like. FWIW
     
  4. DodgeDude99

    DodgeDude99 Senior Member

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    I bought a 5” TBE from Rudy’s (he called it house brand, looks like FloPro) and 1st started with the straight pipe, way to obnoxious for my taste. Added his 30” “house brand” muffler, it was a lot better. I can actually hear the engine over the exhaust and still hear the radio.
     

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