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09-06-2012 12:12 PM
Sonic_HedgeHog A resonator would help to quiet without restriction. You've gotta watch out that adding a muffler, depending on design, could create restriction and reduce power some...
09-06-2012 11:51 AM
WhiteTite Yes my buddy modified/welded it in for me. Any decent muffler shop could do it for you. Def increase in performance, I also added the in-take. Actually sounds awesome now, little deeper tone with added muffler.
09-06-2012 11:10 AM
Originally Posted by WhiteTite View Post
I did just that...had a little too much drone inside for me... here are some pics of what I did...
Awesome! It looks like you had to weld it together. That's probably the only option, right? Did you get the sound down well enough and do you still have a performance increase?

09-06-2012 10:52 AM
WhiteTite I did just that...had a little too much drone inside for me... here are some pics of what I did...

09-06-2012 10:51 AM
BaconZombie You could always replace their muffler or resonator with something larger to bring the sound level down. Adding a muffler would take a bit more tweaking.
09-06-2012 09:16 AM
darkangelism You would have to turn it into a right exit exhaust probably, not a lot of room for an extra muffler in their design.
09-06-2012 08:16 AM
Add muffler to aftermarket exhaust

I'm looking at doing some performance mods to my Mk3. The first might be the fswerks stealth exhaust. I'd be doing it for hp, not sound. If it turns out to be too loud for me, could I add on an additional muffler to quiet it down and still get my performance boost?


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