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Stallion

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I'm looking to get more sound out of less work (changing fewer pipes). So I figured I'd start with just changing out the mufflers and see how I like that sound. What are the loudest, free-est flowing mufflers out there right now? What will give me the most sound?

I would go with muffler eliminators, naturally, but all of them on the market seem to require cutting the existing stock pipe in order for them to fit. I don't want to have to do any cutting. I'm looking for bolt-on.
 

G Winter

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Have you looked at your mufflers? I would bet if they are original they are welded on .

Glenn
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Mad-Mic

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I recommend Magnaflows. Great quality & sound for the price.
FWIW, any exhaust mod you do will require cutting unless you buy an entire catback.

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