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Old 06-11-2005, 03:04 AM   #1
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thinking about putting a new muffler on the tempo with the insurance money. what muffler should i go for? mainly after deep sound, and i am told the exaust is 2" in diameter. what do you guys recommend?
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3" pipe from the cat back, dual flow masters with dual tips on each side. :P
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what is it a 2.3? if so i would definitely not go with a flowmaster. Thats a tough call id do something cheap like a dynomax. thats what I used on my cutlass before I did the full exhaust, it was good for a nice deep sound.
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what is it a 2.3? if so i would definitely not go with a flowmaster. Thats a tough call id do something cheap like a dynomax. thats what I used on my cutlass before I did the full exhaust, it was good for a nice deep sound.
yeah its a 2.3, even though everybody laughs at me

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lol, a buddy of mine has got an 85 civic that he delivers pizza in, he;* got a motorcycle muffler on it, theres an idea for ya Id probably sound awesome on ur 2.3, it sounds like crap on his like 1.2 or whatever it is
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On that a flowmaster would help make it deeper. Magnaflow could sound good, a lot depends on the cam, header, and exhaust setup.
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magnaflow sounds great on the bonnys
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