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Old 08-13-2007, 21:15   #1 (permalink)
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1996 Grand Marquis

I'm planning on putting dual exhaust on my merc in about 2 weeks, and i'm a bit stummped on what to do. I wanted to get straight pipes put on with no cats or mufflers, but would this be excessivley loud? I want it to be loud but I'd like to be able to drive by a police cruiser with out getting pulled over. Would I be better off with some glasspacks or would it sound better with no muffler?
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Re: 1996 Grand Marquis

it would sound better with no muffler, but keep in mind you might get a lot of interior resonance with running it that way.
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