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Clyde
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Clyde Apr 14, 12:49pm - #442336 

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1995 Toyota Celica SX

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New South Wales, Australia
My muffler...

I have a decent muffler...how come when i first start the car, i dont actually hear the muffler work, but as the engine gets warmer, it makes a good sound? Why doesnt it just make a good sound all the time?

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RavynX Apr 14, 4:54pm - #442337 

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Originally Posted by Clyde
I have a decent muffler...how come when i first start the car, i dont actually hear the muffler work, but as the engine gets warmer, it makes a good sound? Why doesnt it just make a good sound all the time?


It's not a V8 that pushes out a lot of exhaust and has that nice rumble when you start it up. That's just how the engine works though, you gotta let it warm up to operating temperature; nothing you can do about it, unfortunately. thumbsup

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