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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 08-30-2004, 12:02 AM Thread Starter
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exhaust sound help

i wanted to make a good soounding exhaust sound but stay within the stupid smog test regualtions here in california so i wanted to know if u guys thought this would sound good i wanted to leave the 3 cats remnove the resonator and also remove the stock mufflers what do u guys think u guys think it will sound nice please give me input

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In other words no mufflers. Don't do it, it will sound like rice around 2k rpm. If you want it to sound nice take out the 3rd cat or resonator and replace it with a 2 in 2 out muffler. Run true duals out to the tips. The stock pipe by the pumpkin makes a T which is really bad for any sound or flow.
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i wasnt gunna leave no mufflers i was gunna mount a flowmaster 40 in the middle of the car(mid mounted) what u guys think?input?

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It won't be as loud if you leave that T in the back and run tips out of that. Just run the mid muffle, then duals back.
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