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post #1 of 10 (permalink) Old 04-23-2003, 01:51 PM Thread Starter
 
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For those of you w/ custom exhaust

Was wondering what kind if muffler(s) you were running, if you had true duals (or duals at rear) and if any of you have sound clips availible.
Trying to get some ideas for new high flow exhaust for my 2G Concorde. Checked a few Mfg. web sites, but the only DC products i have found seem to be Neons and PT Cruisers
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Mufflers, I don't need no stinkin' mufflers.

btw- I run dual straights split after the main cat.
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Does it sound nice with out any mufflers? I just might remove the entire main can and run true duals. I can get around inspections easily enough. No emisions in my county, and if you find the right shop boom there you go.
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sorry entire main *cat*
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Yeah, it sounds awesome. Only go with straights if you can stand a ton of interior resonance though.
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I still have to line my floor with some brown bread anyways. Does it really resinate that bad? Does it cause any vibrations inside?
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The car is really loud with nothing on after the cat. I didn't realize how loud it was until i got my new true-duals run. The floor doesn't vibrate, i don't have to have the radio on 25 all the time, and my rear passengers don't bitch about the resonance....and it runs better with the new cans.
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i like my glasspack right after the cat then split into duals, love the sound accelerating, cruising @ 70 no sound, but 80 gets rather annoying
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Does it cause any vibrations inside?
Mine rattles the door panels and shit at certain RPM's. Could be because I ran it out the sides so it's all under the cabin.
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any ideas on runing a y pipe after the cat and dually out the back to two of the stock resonators. someone already said the resonator is just a high flow muffler. mines in good shape and i can get another easy enough at the junk yard
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