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Old 02-09-2013, 12:32 AM
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So I'm looking into cutting off the cheap muffler on my aftermarket exhaust and putting in a name brand. Magnaflow, flowmaster, something...

I like flowmaster's design, their quality of work seems like a good investment. But I also see other things. Theres the concept of a spring valve in the pipe that Ive always like but am not sure what brands or models have it. Anyone know which they are? dynomax vt? I'm having trouble finding one that is a center 2.5" inlet.

Or what else would you recommend. I'm trying to get a little more back pressure and something a little quieter, my car is a bit more for the high rpm power but I think this may help if I get a better muffler.

I'ma stick with a $100 budget. I see that I can get a good name brand for around that much.

I like the flowmaster super 44 (9425452) but am not sure if I want that or look more into the valve'd mufflers.
 

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Old 02-11-2013, 12:35 AM
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for 100 bucks your not going to find too much to help you out besides going on ebay.

but most aftermarket mufflers are stock 2.5' inlet so you can directly bolt them on. just make sure to measure the dimensions of length so it doesnt look tacky and stick out. also, i think magnaflow does has a cheap oval for roughly 100 bucks, but thats ebay price
 
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Old 02-11-2013, 01:49 AM
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advance auto and ebay have flowmasters for around 80. and magnaflows for about the same. I'm looking for an oval to keep a stock look and sound. otherwise id just keep what i have.
These are universal so I'm not talking about bolt ons, I just mean the muffler itself, no tailpipe. I plan on cutting off the old muffler.
 
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Too bad you aren't looking for something like this..

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Whats the benefit of that over a flowmaster?
 
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