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|Not ever hearing it in a Ranger application specifically. I have heard plenty of them back in the day when the late 80's early 90's 5.0L Mustangs in Detroit were Dynomax and Flowmaster mufflers rivaled each other like LL Cool J and Kool Moe Dee or Led Zeppelin vs Rush. I like both, I've had both but on different vehicles.
I have a Flowmaster 40 on my 93' Ranger 4.0L OHV and although it sounds great down low & mid end, top of the tach seems a bit.., I dunno - full? But I've got 362K on this engine and trans setup I'm sure if it had fresh heads and rings it would carry that growl a bit more in the upper realms of the gears.
I also had a 95' Escort with a crap load of engine work that ran a 4-1 header, 60mm SS pipe (2.25" aprox) to a Dynomax Ultra-flo muffler It was also super low tone especially on cold start and removed the raspy-ness of the exhaust tones I despised on other like inline 4 cyl cars.
Personally I don't think you could go wrong with either brand, I think it comes down to brand loyalty (based upon the sound) and cost factors for many.
Last edited on Mon Jul 22nd, 2019 05:22 am by Undrstm8ed
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