1993 c1500 with 305


Asked by Aug 14, 2011 at 12:44 AM about the 1993 Chevrolet C/K 1500

Question type: Car Customization

whats a good sounding exhaust thats true dual but isnt too loud

6 Answers


Dual flowmaster 40's dont sound bad. or you could go old school and throw some glasspacks on it

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Flowmaster 40's or 50's Delta flow make a little less noise but still sound good! I'm a fan of the original 40's or straight pipes!

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there's Heartthrob. (http://www.heartthrobexhaust.com/truckcat-backdualkits.html ) Cherrybomb glass packs are okay... theres sometimes a drone issue. The flowmaster Pro series sound good too. On my 1988 c1500, I fabricated one from (cat-back) a my friends old diesel exhaust(3" pipe)


i gotta 91 with a 350 and a buddy with a truck like urs we both are running cherrybomb glass packs( mufflers not tubes) they have a amazing sound and not to loud but loud enough people hear you coming!!


i run flowmaster super 40s on mine but the flowmaster glasspacks sound really good too

I am looking at two cherry bomb glass pack for my 93 chevy I want it very load and other ways I could get very load

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