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post #1 of 23 (permalink) Old 06-16-2010, 05:38 AM Thread Starter
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2009 Colbalt LT - Muffler

I bought a 2009 Colbalt LT back in Augest 2009 and i've tried two different aftermarker mufflars.

1. Magnaflow - wasn't deep and loud enough

2. Flowmaster 60 series - Got the deepness, but not loud enough

I can still hear the stock cold air intake over these mufflars

Any suggestions for mufflars for these cobalts?

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This car wil not sound like a Mustang or Camaro with a good exhaust, it is only a 4 cyl.



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what he said, btw is muffler



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I love my magnaflow....
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what he said, btw is muffler
my bad on the spelling...

The magnaflow "muffler" I had was
Magnaflow Muffler, 14325 | Canadian Tire

Maybe I should just go for a straight through aftermarket one.

I was looking at a Twin Loop Muffler, but I hear they are too quiet,.
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get a catback exhaust or just replace the hole exhaust

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try out aero turbine. mine is loud as hell.
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try out aero turbine. mine is loud as hell.
Which one do you suggest? There are many of them.

EDIT: I think this one http://www.aeroexhaust.com/index.php...e-muffler.html

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i can't speak from personal experience, but a lot of people love the Tsudo N1 for their balts. a whole catback will help a lot too with sound.
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either of those mufflers (magnaflow or the flowmaster 60 series) would be louder if you did a resonator delete. I plan on getting a 60 series and that's it, because it'll be a good non ricey tone.
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