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Old 05-08-2012, 01:25 PM   #1
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Finally choose a new exhaust (cat back). Just wanted a stock exhaust and really had trouble finding one that was "stock" (non noise making). Just wanted something stock and quiet.
I hate not being able to hear these things before you buy. Had the choice of two that I came up with. Both direct fit;

(1.) Walker (quiet flow) - know nothing about this one
(2.) Sound Master - know nothing about this one either

The reviews for both of them were basically non existent? Ended up chosing the Sound Master (was the cheaper of the two). Figured if I was gonna eat one I wanted it to be the cheaper of the two!!Should on the doorstep by Thursday.

To be continued...........

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Old 05-08-2012, 01:48 PM   #2
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I have found that any mufflers obtained at just about any parts supplier meant as a stock replacement will be as quiet as stock. Unless you go with something that is not listed as the replacement such as a glass pack or performance type muffler, it is usually a safe bet ...and quiet.... muffler.

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Finally choose a new exhaust (cat back). Just wanted a stock exhaust and really had trouble finding one that was "stock" (non noise making). Just wanted something stock and quiet.
I hate not being able to hear these things before you buy. Had the choice of two that I came up with. Both direct fit;

(1.) Walker (quiet flow) - know nothing about this one
(2.) Sound Master - know nothing about this one either

The reviews for both of them were basically non existent? Ended up chosing the Sound Master (was the cheaper of the two). Figured if I was gonna eat one I wanted it to be the cheaper of the two!!Should on the doorstep by Thursday.

To be continued...........
I have the Walker Quiet Flow SS. It's a little deeper than stock, but doesn't drone on the road at all. Plus it has a lifetime warranty.

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