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Performance Mufflers

Performance Mufflers

We’ll just come out and say it. New cars are too quiet. If we wanted to accelerate in silence, we’d all be driving Teslas, right? We want a little rumble when we stomp the go-pedal! Mufflers are responsible for regulating the sound coming out of your tailpipe; they can be used to create a deep tenor or silence your car’s emissions so you’re as quiet as a mouse (or a Prius, as the case may be).
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Magnaflow XL Turbo Mufflers

Operation muffler

Easy to install great sound View more reviews...
Posted By Michael C (MAYER, AZ) / February 17, 2020
Flowmaster Super 44 Series Mufflers


AWESOME SOUND View more reviews...
Posted By Wes K (Bella Vista, AR) / February 6, 2020
1997 Chevy C/K 1500
Flowmaster 50 Series Big Block Mufflers

It's quiet, but robs power

. Certainly made the exhaust quiet, the engine makes most the noise now. Doesn't really have a "tone" over stock muffler. About the same as I can tell. I had the stock 3.5" with a test pipe on it and edge juice. You touch the throttle and it was taking off. This muffler is HUGELY restrictive compared to a test pipe or even straight through 4". Really have to step on it to get it to move now. To do again, I'd buy a 4" system w/muffler and be done with it. View more reviews...
Posted By Jesse A (NORTON, VA) / July 10, 2019
2004 GMC Sierra

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An In-depth Guide to Exhaust Systems

The Jaguar F-PACE or Mustang Shelby GT350R fires its engine up and your knees melt. The vibrations rattle around in your chest, threatening to disrupt your heart’s natural rhythm. Guaranteed, it skipped a beat. If only your car sounded that good.  There’s a common phrase: “out of the overflow of the engine, the exhaust sings”. […] The post An In-depth Guide to Exhaust Systems appeared first on AutoAnything Resource Center.
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