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Old 03-31-2007, 02:46 PM   #11
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yeah I have the magna flow 94005 cat. I dont know how it sounds from outside but inside it sounds ricey. I like that deep bonnie rumble sound, which is what I'm trying to shoot for.
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Out side it will sound diffrent. Trust me. mine does.

Have someone else drive the car.

also. do you have the Carpet and padding in your trunk?
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yeah, would more benefit me inside wise?
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If you like how the car sounds form the out side and you want to keep it. then you can add some sound deadening stuff inside the trunk to help it out.

But if your just going to sound inside. then your going to have to ad a Resonator and a diffrent muffler most likley
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What would a glass pack do in place of the resonator, make the sound deeper or ricey?

Basically I want a deep sound, but not loud inside the car.
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A Resonator is almost just like a Glass Pack. its should do the same as one. But ill let other comment on that one.

Far as sound.

Lesson to this...
http://www.bonnevilleclub.com/forum/...ic.php?t=66471
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sounds nice, thats how mine just about sound. its just the inside noise that troubles me
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Inside car noises will always be smoother sounding than outside sound. I've heard one Dynomax, it was on a 94 SSE, wasn't exactly my cup of tea. From what i remember the Dynomax sounded different compared to the magnaflow/flowmaster, which sound reasonably similar.
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Also remember it takes about a month or so for the muffler to "break-in". The tone will deepen a bit and become less obnoxious once it settles in. Afterwards, I would then decide if you want the resonator put on.
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I'm at a dilemma here, whether i change the muffler or install the rez it'* all the same price. does the stock muffler have any benefits over the dynomax muffler. Also is the rez just a steel tube? I seen some at like autozone and murrays for $4-$5.
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