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Back in the day, before the EPA, Ralph Nader and the Sierra Club neutered street performance, the big–block V8 reigned supreme. On streets, strips and tracks, the unmistakable rumble and otherworldly power found its way to many a winner’s circle. And now, you can get that classic power and sound back, thanks to Gibson SFT Round Superflow Mufflers.
Just like the big–blocks from the classic muscle car era, Gibson SFT Round Superflow Mufflers are all about low– to mid–range performance. That means tire–turning torque off the line and headlight–sucking passing power when you need it. The secret is in reversed tuning ports and pressurized chambers that maximize exhaust flow and scavenging. And, with this outrageous performance bite, Gibson’s chambered and louvered internal design barks with the big V8 growl.
Gibson gives you a wide selection of inlet and outlet sizes, plus your choice of single or dual outputs. Choose aluminized steel for a wallet–friendly wallop or T304 stainless if you want some shwing with your performance. Even better, Gibson crafts your SFT Round Superflow Mufflers in the USA and backs ‘em with a Lifetime Warranty.
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Asked by Anonymous
Mar 25, 2013 7:55 PM
1993 Dodge Ramcharger
Gibson carry rectangular mufflers or Does this round one work's best?
Answered by Nathan S. — Mar 28, 2013 4:00 PM
Hi, Most rectangular mufflers still have round tubes within them. The Magnaflow muffler works great.flag Accept Answer