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I just changed the mufflers that have been on my car since i got it. It had glasspacks on it. I put some Raptors by Flotech on it, $14.99!! each. Quieted the car down a lot, too much for a lot of you probably. I really like it quieter, its amazing how much i babied the throttle before i changed mufflers, and i live in a rural area.
 

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At Laguna Seca the cars have to meet a 90db sound limit. That's
pretty quiet, our car comes in at 88.9db. I also like the sound of
the cam through quiet exhaust. That low roar you can get going up hills
or on the highway drives me nuts.

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At Knotts I heard a guy start up his modified LTD LX with dual 2-1/2"into a single 3" exhaust with Dynomax Ultraflow muffler. It was real quiet at idle but had a pleasing rumble when he stepped on the gas. I'm going to toss the tinny sounding Flow Masters on my garage shelf for a pair of the Dynomaxes.

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I just bought a pair of 2 1/2" Dynomax welded ultraflo mufflers. They really sound sweet. Their relitively quiet at idle but have a great "angry" tone to them when you punch it. There is one problem w/ them though. The more you step on the gas the better they sound. :) They don't really encourage driving easy.

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