When nothing gets in the way of being loud and fast, the Flowmaster Super 10 Series Delta Flow Muffler is the right muffler for the job.
So loud that Flowmaster does recommend these muffler for street driven vehicles. Best suited to racing applications, they utilize the same patented Delta Flow performance technology used in the highly popular Super 40 and Super 44 series mufflers.
Super 10 Delta Flow mufflers they are constructed with durable 409S stainless steel for long life and are offered in a variety of inlet/outlet configurations. Backed by Stainless Steel Lifetime Limited Warranty, these short, single chamber mufflers are not for the faint of heart delivering as close to open pipe sound as is possible.
Flowmaster mufflers requires permanent modification if installing onto a factory exhaust system. Cutting and welding is required. Professional installation is recommended.
Lifetime Limited Warranty applies to Flowmaster stainless steel mufflers (excluding FlowFX series), all stainless steel exhaust systems (including FlowFX series), stainless steel pipes, air intake kits and oiled type filters (except cleaning kits), and other stainless steel exhaust accessories (except exhaust tips and racing products).
Flowmaster warrants the products mentioned above against defects in materials and workmanship for the period set forth below, when they are owned by the original purchaser and remain installed on the vehicle on which they were originally installed. This warranty is void if the product was not installed properly on the vehicle, was installed on a vehicle for which it was not designed, or was removed from the vehicle on which it was originally installed and reinstalled on another vehicle. This warranty shall not apply to normal wear, including interior/exterior sound levels, cosmetic issues such as coatings and material discoloration, any product that was installed on a racing vehicle, installed improperly or contrary to Flowmaster instructions, altered, misused, repaired, damaged from an accident, collision, undercarriage road impact or debris, or willful or negligent act. Note that all "straight-through" mufflers which use sound absorbing material inside the muffler to cancel sound will degrade over time. This degradation of sound absorbing materials is considered "normal wear" and not a material defect.