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Old 09-23-2007, 10:07 AM   #1
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I at one time remember finding a clip of the raven exhaust system somewhere on this site... I wanted to hear it again, so if someone can find it and link me, that would be great as I am currently looking into doing an exhaust system with dual out for my car.

I think I also remember reading they rust faster than any other muffler? Hopefully someone can give me some more info on this.
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Videos and sound clips will NOT SOUND LIKE THEY REALLY DO IN PERSON. Don't pick exhaust components based on that. Go to a meet, listen to them in person, and go from there.
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This is the only '95 L36 I know of with a Ravin muffler.

http://videos.streetfire.net/video/1...4c29e361e5.htm

As Wren said, don't base your choice off this video, no exhaust on video sounds like it does in person.
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Well the reason is from the one or two clips I heard I think that has the most "throaty" and clean sound...I dunno, what do you guys recommend? I want the car'* exhaust note to be a bit deeper than stock and a little more throaty...I will do the camaro muffler switch cause I want dual tips (one each side)
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If you plan on keeping your car for a while I would get something else.
I had a Ravin muffler installed on my 95 L36 in 02' and it was in pretty bad shape by 06'.
Heres some pics: 1 2 3
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yeah that video is from tjblackbonne and its sound good but like my dynomax super turbo also
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This is the only '95 L36 I know of with a Ravin muffler.

http://videos.streetfire.net/video/1...4c29e361e5.htm

As Wren said, don't base your choice off this video, no exhaust on video sounds like it does in person.
Thats me. Personally i love it
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TJ'sBlackBonne..can you give me the model number to the one for my car? That does the dual out right? Now all I need to do is find some nice stainless steel tips 1 each side should do nicely
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I believe it is the ZR55, does that sound right. It has been a few years lol
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If you plan on keeping your car for a while I would get something else.
I had a Ravin muffler installed on my 95 L36 in 02' and it was in pretty bad shape by 06'.
Heres some pics: 1 2 3
Ohhh.... wow. That rotted out QUICK. Plus with you, Micheal, living in NY, where roads are paved with salt (like my area) that muffler will not last long.
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