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Flowmaster Outlaw Series Exhaust System Product Overview

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Tone

Mild Performance Tone


Deeper Tone with Aggressive Sound


Most Popular Aggressive Tone


Most Aggressive Race-Oriented


Sound Decibel





Design

Axle-Back


Cat-Back


Downpipe-Back


DPF-Back


Turbo-Back


Axle-Back


Cat-Back


Axle-Back


Cat-Back


Downpipe-Back


Header-Back


Axle-Back


Cat-Back


Recommended Use

Daily Driver


Performance Street


Daily Driver


Louder Street Use


Off-Road


Racing & Auto X


Daily Driver


Louder Street Use


Off-Road


Racing & Auto X


Sport Compact


Drag Racing


Loudest Street Use


Off-Road


Muscle Cars


Track Use


Fit

Custom


Custom


Custom


Custom


Material

Aluminized Steel


409 Stainless Steel


Aluminized Steel


409 Stainless Steel


Aluminized Steel


409 Stainless Steel


Aluminized Steel


409 Stainless Steel


Style

Dual Exit


Single Exit


Dual Exit


Single Exit


Dual Exit


Single Exit


Dual Exit


Single Exit


Warranty

3-year warranty (aluminized steel)


Limited Lifetime Warranty (stainless steel)


3-year warranty (aluminized steel)


Limited Lifetime Warranty (stainless steel)


3-year warranty (aluminized steel)


Limited Lifetime Warranty (stainless steel)


3-year warranty (aluminized steel)


Limited Lifetime Warranty (stainless steel)


Shipping

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Flowmaster & Customer Reviews

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Reviewed by Timothy S (Canton, OH Reviewed for a 1997 Chevy C/K 1500—2006-06-18 05:13:07

I recieved the exhaust system earlier than expected. I put it on the same night and had to go for a test drive. The sound is great, just what I wanted. There is a litte more throttle response also. The factory exhaust came off a little difficult (9 years old), but there were no problems mounting the flowmaster system. I would recommend this system to all.

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Ask & Answer

Asked by Tom I.

4/17/2012 2:51:58 PM

What's different

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?

Staff Answer

Answered by Michael K. — 4/17/2012 6:41:39 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.

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