Exhaust

Discussion in 'Performance' started by Vortex22, Jan 31, 2017.

  1. Vortex22

    Vortex22 Junior Member

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    I would like to replace the stock mufflers on my 2006 Chevrolet Cobalt LTZ and stumbled upon Magnaflow Cat-back Exhaust, online. Is it a good choice?
     
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    YelloEye Super Moderator Staff Member

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    Magnaflow is decent. Really gotta look at what you want. I suggest the largest longest resonator and a decent muffler with packing. Otherwise you're looking at a lot of rasp out of an NA motor.
     
  3. pawntec

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    Yeah yelloeye has a good point but I've ran a custom catback since the first year I got my 06 LS m/t brand new. It finally rusted Infront of the muffler last year at the bugger weld after 10 years of Alaska winters so it wasn't so bad. A direct factory bolt on should last much longer so I went that route this time with a DC sports this time along with a new catalytic converter since the factory didn't have a 2 bolt flange only welded together.

    I really liked the magnaflow sound(they've got 3 levels of mufflers I believe now, they only had one compact sport muffler when I got mine) but the DC sports sounds awesome and much cheaper when I found it online.
     

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