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muffler vs. exhaust #30979 Jul 25, 2:36pm Jul 25, 2:36pm
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muffler vs. exhaust
could somebody tell me the differences between an exhaust and a muffler...TRD to be specific like all the gains and prices and performance and stuff...thanksssss


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Re: muffler vs. exhaust [Re: browneyedchikk] #30980 Jul 25, 2:42pm Jul 25, 2:42pm
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ok an exhaust is all the piping from the catalytic converter all the way back and includes a muffler.

by comparison, a muffler by itself just attaches to your stock exhaust piping and will basically give you no noticeable performance difference.. but it will sound better than stock


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Re: muffler vs. exhaust [Re: browneyedchikk] #30981 Jul 25, 2:57pm Jul 25, 2:57pm
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Originally Posted by browneyedchikk
could somebody tell me the differences between an exhaust and a muffler...trd to be specific like all the gains and prices and performance and stuff...thanksssss



wtf ohboy did you look at those sites I posted for you wtf

This sounds like rather that figure it out your just going to get a muffler ohboy


Re: muffler vs. exhaust [Re: browneyedchikk] #30982 Jul 25, 3:15pm Jul 25, 3:15pm
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um, with our cars. You are basically just getting a muffler. You will not get all the piping up to the cat. Our exhaust systems include the muffler, tip and the piping from the resonator to the tip. The resonator is under the trunk. So that is about how much exhaust system you are getting. Does that help any?

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Re: muffler vs. exhaust [Re: Evan] #30983 Jul 25, 5:15pm Jul 25, 5:15pm
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Originally Posted by EvanJ
ok an exhaust is all the piping from the catalytic converter all the way back and includes a muffler.

by comparison, a muffler by itself just attaches to your stock exhaust piping and will basically give you no noticeable performance difference.. but it will sound better than stock

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Re: muffler vs. exhaust [Re: browneyedchikk] #30984 Jul 26, 9:29am Jul 26, 9:29am
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exactly what they said... thumbsup


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