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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 06-02-2008, 06:01 PM Thread Starter
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How does this look to you?

Is this just the run of the mill Ebay el cheapo supreamo? Or will it give a nice sound you think?
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from what i see .... the oval tip is not going to fit in the round circular cut out on the stock bumper of your car correctly ....not sure if that is an issue or if you care about that or not ....just something you may want to take into consideration



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ah good point. I didnt even think of that. Yeah I dont really want to melt my bumper or anything.

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right now i have a tip that is no more than 3 in so ill have to look at what space we have there

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The stock cutout on the rear bumper is 4" i believe



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cool that means the one i got will fit perfectly



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This one would work for you pretty well. I take it you have a 100% stock exhaust right now? This muffler has a 2" inlet which is perfect for stock piping. But if you plan on upgrading the whole exhaust system you'll want something bigger (2.25-2.5)



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yeah really i haven't touched anything with the engine. i think its time. but now im in the air for a muffler for just sound or a header for sound and performance. I just dont have enough for a header at the moment.



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the muffler I got is dynomax,its pretty good muffler sound also its not a fart can either.or go with a cherry bomb

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not a fan of the layered tip, but if you like it
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yeah really i haven't touched anything with the engine. i think its time. but now im in the air for a muffler for just sound or a header for sound and performance. I just dont have enough for a header at the moment.
Well there is little to no point in doing the header without the rest of the exhaust. You won't get your optimum performance gains. IMO if your just going for sound get a muffler, If you want sound and performance, save up and get a full cat-back exhaust system (2.25").



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