Hi guys,i came across a very simple yet glorious sounding exhaust mod while playing around with my car,i cut 4 square openings(about 10cm by 10cm)on all four rear cans and removed the silencer material,then i closed the openings with some mesh wire,the resulting sound is toxic,at startup and idle its very deep and bubbly but as you pick the revs it changes to a high pitched wail.I have headers,decats,oem h-pipe and oem resonator,Picture is shown below.For those of you who have spare oem cans lying around you better try this!
What i want to know is that does this have any negative impact on the Engine,Power and fuel economy?
Matte Frozen Grey wrap, Evolve Alpha N and Power Re-map, Black Kidneys, Re-furbed Shadow Chrome Style 65 Wheels, Hayward and Scott Rear Boxes.
I have no carbon footprint, I have a carbon swimming pool!
I'm really not that clever! Just feel that maybe taking the baffles out I the cans opened it up to straight pipe dimensions, and now you have opened them up further, I think its low end power more than anything that it will affect, as I said I'm not that clever ill leave it to someone else to rectify my wrongness!
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Evolve GT rear exhausts with burnt titanium tips
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Last edited by M5 Russ; 23rd February 2012 at 13:42.
I have to say that years ago I thought about opening up the cans to see what was inside as well...
But, uh, although I might have removed everything - had I done it - - I'm pretty sure I would have then welded them back up/completely closed...
The reason is it is necessary to get the exhaust beyond the rear of the car - so you don't get some of it back inside - and imho - completely closing them keeps the car from looking hacked up so to speak...
I would recommend that you consider a muffler delete - with the tips some board members have used (they have resonators inside the tips) they are also a low cost mod - search and you will find them...