Blue Birds. There at Murrays for $20 per muffler. I love them. But if you want noise then get Master Flow. Or if you want stock good used mufflers. I have a pile of them. I also have a pair of semi-truck mufflers that where on a smashed mustang, it got hit by a U-haul truck.
Blue bird mufflers, are those the ones for busses? and im in canada so prices are gonna be different.
I think im goin straight through muffler, just need to get it tommorow and weld it on, no stores open today its sunday
I would go with flowtechs warlock muffler because that is what i put on my car and it is uncapped and i get a lot of people looking at my car as i drive by them. And with this muffler you can go stright through or in a s configuration if it is to loud for you just by uncapping the muffler. and the inlet and outlet for stock is 2"
I might get a set of warlocks. Sounds nice. I got strait pipes out the back with a set of blue birds, there murray brand or something. I like them cause they sound tough when you put a strait pipe on them. My exhaust is 1-7/8", I wanted 2" but Mr.Muffler said 1-7/8" is best. So far I don't like Mr.Muffler any more.
well with the warlock muffler on the car now my exhaust goes from 2" to 2.5" outlet and it sounds mean when the car is just idling and when you step on the gas you can hear the car from far away from what i was told by my friend that lives next door to me. And the car has a lot more power to it with this muffler compared to a flowmaster delta flow 40 my previces muffler.
I went to canadian tire today and looked at a couple mufflers, looks like they dont carry the flowtech red hots anymore, but they had cherrybomb glasspacks and cherrybomb super turbo mufflers for $35 each
What do you guys think about these 2 mufflers any differance
And what would the sound of a glasspack vs a super turbo be
Thats what I was thinkin, but I gotta wait till wednesday to get it, just hope my muffler dosnt completely fall off before then lol
They are only $35 at Canadian Tire and the stock muffler in the economy model costs $39.95 so it is to me an easy choice
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