Flowmaster HP-2 Series Hushpower Mufflers Customer Reviews
6 Customer Reviews
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Speak softly and carry a big stick—Flowmaster HP-2 Series Hushpower Mufflers are expertly engineered to unleash a subtle, warm rumble from a high-performance, straight-through muffler design. A rich tone and record-breaking power—it could only be Hushpower.
Don't let their seemingly simple exterior trick you into thinking these Flowmaster Hushpower Mufflers are simple on the inside. The belly of your muffler boasts advanced exhaust flow technology that cancels out unwanted noise, leaving behind a rich tone reminiscent of '50s cruisers. Plus, Flowmaster mufflers are equipped with Cool Shell cases to further reduce drone and insulate against heat.
Only premium stainless steel is used to craft your Flowmaster HP-2 Muffler, and you can choose between 409 (tough) and 304 (tougher) stainless—both can be polished to a brilliant gleam. Plus, the compact size of these Hushpower mufflers makes them the perfect fit on street rods, lowriders, sport trucks and customs. They're also backed by a Limited Lifetime Warranty.
6 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Caleb S (ESSEX, MA) Reviewed for a 1991 Honda Accord — Oct 03, 2013 1:12 PM
Nice workmanship. Sound and design (shape) may effect m.v. inspection. A 2" muffler tip may have to be welded or adapted. Small outlet; u-know. Hangers and connectors need to be welded and or installed. A nice starting point.
Reviewed by Andrew S (Richmond, CA) Reviewed for a 1987 Toyota MR2 — Jul 10, 2013 9:02 AM
These have a unique sporty sound and not prone to droning. They flow like crazy, and picked up noticeable power on a couple of the cars I use it one. The smaller 12 inch version makes an awesome resonator. Since they are fully stainless and not relying on fiberglass packing, they will last forever. best mufflers i have ever used.
Reviewed by Jordan W (Littleton, CO) Reviewed for a 2004 Volvo S60 — Aug 06, 2011 9:04 PM
Had a straight pipe on my car but forced the luxury out and with it being a Volvo I couldn't stay with that so I purchased this muffler to give me some tone but bring back the luxury and that's exactly what it did very happy with the end result
Reviewed by Thomas C (Nashville, TN) Reviewed for a 2000 Subaru Outback — Feb 18, 2011 9:42 PM
I am building a Subaru and put a very custom free flow duel tip "straight thur" muffler on it. It greatly improved performance, but was too loud for me. The Hushpower was the perfect "reasonator" for it. It is compact and you have many options of where to install it. The sound is mellow and just was I wanted! I can't say enought good things about it, great design and super well made.
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Asked by Anonymous
Mar 11, 2013 11:25 AM
2012 Dodge Ram
Which muffler would fit on my 2012 Ram 2500 with 5.7 hemi?
Answered by Nathan S. — Mar 11, 2013 5:42 PM
Hi Scott, You best bet is to break out the tape measure and check muffler case length width and inlet/outlet style.flag Accept Answer
Asked by Tom I.
Apr 17, 2012 12:51 PM
What is the difference between standard 304 and standard 409 grade stainless? I notice there is a $40 difference between them. Can they be polished to bright?
Answered by Michael K. — Apr 17, 2012 4:41 PM
Hi Tom, the numbers represent the different components the steel is made up of, and therefore the grade. 409 is a lower grade than the 304, meaning it is more susceptible to corrosion. It is commonly held among enthusiasts that 304 is the best for exhaust systems; however, 409 grade is still of much higher quality than aluminized or mild steel. And yes, both grades can be polished.flag Accept Answer
Asked by larry g.
Feb 17, 2012 6:52 AM
I am looking at the hushpower with 2x2 inlet and outlet. What is the differnce between standard and short?
Answered by Michael K. — Feb 17, 2012 8:54 AM
Hi Larry, the mufflers are essentially the same; however, the standard size measures 18" long and the shorty is 12" long. The one you choose depends on your vehicle's exhaust configuration.flag Accept Answer