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Old 06-07-2012, 07:10 PM
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I am going with 5" Turbo Back system - Muffler or no muffler?

I can't make up my friggin' mine. What are your opinions?
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Old 06-07-2012, 09:00 PM
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I can't make up my friggin' mine. What are your opinions?
I would think it is dependant on how loud you want it. I have heard of guys putting mufflers on it after they tried the straight pipe for awhile. I myself would not put a muffler on it.
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i would vote no muffler, went no muffler on mine, love the sound at every rpm
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i would vote no muffler, went no muffler on mine, love the sound at every rpm
did you go downpipe back or turbo back.
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Old 06-08-2012, 06:06 AM
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no muffler. You will regret putting a muffler on it. Most guys who buy the muffler setup end up taking it off shortly after. My 2 cents. hope it helps.
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did you go downpipe back or turbo back.
I went turbo back. But the stock DP has to be cut out inorder for it to come out. If i had to do it over again, i would just do a downpipe back just to save the trouble of having to cut the Stock DP out. and i could return to stock a lot easier. now with the DP i have, i will have to buy the piece of the DP that has the Flange on it to connect to the stock exhaust if i ever want to "Return to Stock" some day to sell it
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Old 06-08-2012, 06:16 AM
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No muffler unless you do alot of towing, I was straight piped until I towed a few times with the windows down.
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what are you mining?
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I went with 5" turbo back with muffler. I'm pretty happy with that set up. It's a little louder than stock. My buddy has it straight piped which sounds pretty wicked, I'm just fine with being able to drive with the windows down and not have my tunes drowned out by exhaust. Jmo
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