inexpensive muffler

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  1. osielRR

    osielRR Member

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    Hey guys I'm looking for a dual tip muffler for my ls I seen the ones on eBay but want to avoid them. I'm not looking to spend much money I'm not going all out on this car because its my family car, so any suggestion on a dual tip? Thanks guys
     
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    Good luck fitting a dual tip if you're not looking to spend too much...
     
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    Not real sure how you're planning on fitting a dual tip muffler out of the small single exit bumper...
     
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    Well ok, how about just a inexpensive muffler something not to loud but with some sounds.
     
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    magnaflow muffler welded to stock exhaust i guess
     
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    if your wanting the look of a dual tip exhaust and keep the stock sound, just go to any automotive store and buy one of the tips that clamp on and are dual tipped. just slips right on over your stock exhaust
     
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    Rice rice rice
     
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    that does sound pretty good actually ^
     
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    For the love of everything that isn't raspy do not remove your resonator. I had a Flowmaster 40 with no resonator and it was loud and obnoxious. Stick with just the muffler, or get the entire catback done with a new res.
     

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