We Install Flowmaster Exhaust Systems
Our mechanics choose Flowmaster at GC Automotive & Performance for our Jamesburg drivers because of the sheer selection of performance exhaust systems, mufflers, cold air intakes, turbo boost modules, catalytic converters, race mufflers, headers, and numerous exhaust accessories for late model cars, trucks, off-road, Jeeps, SUV’s, classic muscle cars, Powersports vehicles and more. Flowmaster® gives you lots of exhaust choices with 12 designs of chambered mufflers, 3 styles of our exclusive “laminar-flow” mufflers, and a new line of FlowFX “straight-through” performance mufflers, along with 5 sound categories of exhaust systems, giving you the customer, the power to custom tailor the sound of your vehicle whether you prefer mild, moderate or aggressive tones and sound levels.
Since 1983, Flowmaster has been a company you can trust and led the industry in providing the best products available. Originally the Flowmaster® mufflers were conceived as a solution to a growing problem with sound issues at race tracks in California and beyond in an effort to quiet race cars without reducing performance, pushing exhaust technology beyond common thinking. Flowmaster led to many firsts in automotive exhaust science and ushered in a revolution in automotive performance exhaust; another reason to choose this exhaust system for our drivers!
Today, Flowmaster makes bolt-on exhaust systems for everything from military vehicles to dirtbikes and provides full exhaust kits and individual parts for specific vehicles as well as custom applications. At GC Automotive & Performance in Jamesburg, we recognize that Flowmaster is one of the best brands in the business, which is why we choose to install Flowmaster for your car, truck, or SUV. No matter what you’re looking for, our expert mechanics always ensure quality parts, expert advice, and fantastic service. For great-sounding results and expert service, call or come by GC Automotive & Performance today.
Factors that affect replacement requirements include:
- Driving habits (short trips take their toll on exhaust system life
- Road conditions (salt, road spray, bumps
- Vehicle type
- Age of exhaust system parts
Symptoms that your vehicle exhaust system is experiencing issues include,
- Loud noise
- Rattling noise when starting, accelerating, or braking
- Drowsiness while driving
- Rotten egg smell
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