well my cherry bomb amplifies the lows and mids pretty big on the 4.0. I guess it sounds a little more like the rice burners but with that specific jeep I6 motor sound to it, compared to the deep, throaty rumble that the cherry bombs typically have on the v8's. I can imagine the same would pass over across the board somewhat evenly.. Not sure if that answered your question since it's a diff muffler but there's my $.02
1995 ZJ ltd, 4.0 i6, *cough stock cough* 253,xxx and still pumping strong
1998 Chevy Cheyenne K1500, 5.7L Vortec, mostly stock
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[QUOTE=JasonStebbins]We can call it the Whoosh King Catalog System. :D[/QUOTE]
Sound was good. On my application, the inlet weld broke so i had it patched and braced. then 6 months later the baffles inside went and it rattled and sounded way too loud(lasted 2 years total). I went back to Gibson which lasted around 6 years the first time around. Its still loud, but to me its a cleaner or more refined sound. My 2 cents
Not sure what series is on my 4.0 as it was on before ownership but compared to the Cherry bomb on my previous 4.0 it sounds stock to me. If I really get on it maybe it has a tone to it? I'm pretty sure there's even a header on this one too lol..
Anyone put a 40 series Flowmaster on a 4.0? If so, how does it sound? I had one on my Ram 5.2 and I loved the sound, just curious what it'd sound like on a "buzzin' half dozen!"
I have one supper 44 new in a box and and one take off from my 96ZJ 5.2. It was on for around 4 months and less then 2000 miles. I am in OH and will make you a great deal on both of them if ya want. They ara $80 for one on Summit Racing sight. http://www.summitracing.com/oh/searc...ries-mufflers/
I live about 25 minutes from the one in OH. Let me know via a PM I will take $80 for both you pick up.