Magnaflow Glass Pack Mufflers Customer Reviews
23 Customer Reviews
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Hardcore hot-rodders have known it for years—real power is really loud. And that's why hardcore hot-rodders use Magnaflow Glass Pack Mufflers. When maximum horsepower is more important than minimum sound, Magnaflow Glass Pack Mufflers deliver the hot-rod performance and classic roar you're looking for.
Crafted from CNC-welded aluminized steel, Magnaflow Glass Packs feature a small diameter shell that fits into the tightest spaces. The straight-through performance design reduces backpressure, letting the horsepower flow freely. And to deliver that sweet hot-rod rumble, Magnaflow packs 'em with rockwool (non-fiberglass) acoustic packing material.
Proudly made right here in the USA, Glass Pack Mufflers are crafted to the same high-quality standards that Magnaflow is famous for. And best yet, Magnaflow backs your Glass Pack Mufflers with a Lifetime Warranty.
23 Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Aaron M (JAMESTOWN, NY) Reviewed for a 2002 Chrysler Concorde — Jul 26, 2013 5:40 AM
It modified the sound that came out, but it didn't make it very noticeable unless you were to be outside of the car listening to the exhaust, it sounded cleaner but didn't raise the sound level, I overall liked the product. But be sure to check the sizes on your current muffler and be sure to get the matching sized new one or else it would host many problems
Reviewed by erik r (hesperia, CA) Reviewed for a 2013 Dodge Avenger — Jun 08, 2013 12:53 AM
First of all I want to point out the speed these people process your order in. it might be because they are based in San Diego and I live in San Bernardino CA, but I've ordered from other stores around the state and AutoAnything has been one of the top 3 to deliver my shipment to my door step one day after ordering online. I was pretty amazed. These people work hard, and that speaks loudly for a company who many lack such reputation of. AutoAnything is my first store to shop for auto parts. ++++
Reviewed by Robert E (Dunkirk, MD) Reviewed for a 2001 Jeep Grand Cherokee — Nov 07, 2012 6:07 AM
I replaced the stock muffler on my 2011 Jeep G.C.Laredo 5.7 Hemi for a little better sound and possible better fuel millage. The sound is great not too loud and does not sound like your little old lady Sundy driver. Love it. Bob,Dunkirk Md.
Reviewed by Terry P (Brook, IN) Reviewed for a 2011 Chevy Cruze — Nov 02, 2012 7:37 PM
used to fine tune, my Magnaflow Cat Back SyS. High speed 80MPH+ had A high acuistic drone, right under paseger compartment very anouing! Adding glass pack, cleared that up,sound is all gone, back to very nice mellow tone again just what I whated. THANK YOU VERY MUCH!!!.
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Asked by Sean B.
Jun 10, 2012 12:30 AM
2009 Dodge Challenger
I was thinking of swapping out my resonators for some glass packs. Do you thinks it is a good idea, I want to make my car a bit louder ??? Car: 2009 Dodge Challenger SRT8 6 speed standard