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Old 12-09-2006, 10:12 PM   #11
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oh your just mad cause I contradicted you!
Lol were even now
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yeah, i'd want a dual muffler anyway...how much do you think a dual magnaflow muffler like you'd mentioned would cost? (i'm not planning on buying it soon, since it'* near the holidays and i have to spend my money on others for the time)
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hmm, I don't know I paid about 300 for the mufflers, tips, and labor but I had dual mufflers to start with so expect to pay 400-600 since theyd have to make mounts and bend some more tubing but youd be happy with it.
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what i meant was i'll almost definetly buy a single inlet muffler with a dual outlet..i don't plan on modding the exhaust to seriously, seeing as i am not very wise with exhaust stuff, and i don't have a lot of money....i'll probably just get a high flow cat. and a dual outlet muffler in a month or so
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cool, can't wait to hear it.
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just for the record, i may have to put off the new exhaust even longer..my car may have fucked a connecting rod :( ...right now i'm taking off the oil pan to see if that'* the case...if it is, my money will be going toward that for now....i also found out that my stock muffler DOESN'T have a dual outlet, just a single and it is welded on, so i have to cut off the stock one and weld the new one on rather than just taking it off. damn it all....
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well good luck with the rod thing and a good shop could fix you up with that muffler setup pretty easy. Unless you have a welder and a sawsall I'd take it to a shop.
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actually I pulled the resonator and I love the sound, It'* not raspy.
I agree, I have no resonator as well and love the sound, everyone says it sounds great. I guess it makes it louder inside the car but I like loud exhaust tones, it drowns out all the creaks and squeaks of the car.
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