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The internal construction of the Pro Series is T409 stainless steel and the outer case is fabricated from rugged 18-gauge aluminized steel. With part numbers available in 3.00, 4.00, and 5.00 inch pipe diameters, we have the solution for your needs. The bottom line is that if you want to make more power, quietly, Hushpower Pro Series is the answer.
In our continuing endeavor to bring the latest in performance and sound control technology to the street and race track, Hushpower is proud to introduce its newest line of performance Pro Series mufflers.
These round-cased mufflers deliver ground breaking sound control while delivering maximum power and exhaust system efficiency. The Pro Series mufflers work on all applications ranging from street trucks, to sled pullers, to your everyday work truck. During development, at the dyno and track, the new Hushpower Pro Series mufflers consistently delivered performance that is equal to or surpasses open pipe systems, while dramatically reducing sound levels across the RPM range. On a modified GMC diesel truck, racing on the DHRA circuit, one engine builder found 33 lbs/ft of torque and 13 horsepower at 2,850 RPM. Only a simple change out to the Hushpower from a competing performance muffler was made.
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How about using this on a CUMMINS 8.9L ISL (Freightliner chassis) motorhome??
Would be no issues running that muffler on that application.
Would this exhaust fit in my Chevy Cruze 2014? And if so, how would I attach it, I'm new to the car modification setup, as much detail would be awesome?
That would be too large for a Chevy Cruze. I believe they have 2.5 inch exhaust, unfortunately we wouldn't have anything that would fit. SNA
Hi I have a 2001 Duramax. 4"" exhaust. Too much drone. Looking to get rid of drone. Saw these as well as other products on your site which I asked about too. Anyhow, first priority is to get rid of drone without the rise of egt's. What are your thoughts? RIght now I have a 30"" straight through muffler. Looks like maybe a flo-pro but I can't see any markings. Anyhow too much drone. I had also looked at a resonator. Your thoughts are appreciated. Thanks?
This is a great muffler to go with for a toned down exhaust. We have had great luck with it and would highly recommend it.-TL
I have a 5 inch magnaflow turbo back stainless exhaust with their regular muffler on my '06 5.9 CTD. After years of use I would like it quieter. Would this be noticeably quieter in your opinion? I used to have a Nelson 4 inch on the stock set up and it sounded pretty good actually. Thanks?
It will certainly be quieter then the regular straight through muffler that came with the kit. You can also look at the MBRP quiet tone diesel muffler, that is another great one to go with. DppSands
I see that these mufflers are for diesels but I have a gas 05 GMC Sierra 5.3 v8 are these mufflers still a good option for gas vehicles and trucks?
To be honest, we specialize in diesel trucks. I have zero experience with this muffler on a gas engine.
Is this a straight through muffler?
No it has perforated opposing cone shaped baffles inside. DppSands
What are your thoughts on using this for the 3.0L Eco Diesel? I have a 3in turbo back kit and the next item I need to address is the stock muffler.?
This is a great muffler. It is a universal fit so it may need some customizing. These clamps can make the job easier as well. Let me know if you have any other questions. https://www.dieselpowerproducts.com/p-8629-flopro-exhaust-lap-joint-clamp.aspx Thank you. Cooper