Yes we do.
Maybe we'll get the exhaust manufacturers to lower prices (wishful thinking...I know).
So I have about 200 miles on my muffler delete. I'm still up the air about getting Timmay's tips or sticking with these Magnaflows (35168). Since I had a day off I couldn't wait, hence the Magnaflow tips you see.
Quick funny story…I took my car to get a well deserved wash today. One of the workers cleaning my wheels yelled "M Cinco".
(for you Timmay, great mod) I plead the fifth on what nationality he was.
My little review of the delete I'll try to keep simple.
For a while I thought it was a little too quiet in the cabin. The sound just didn't resonate in the cabin as the stock muffler when installed. I was getting discouraged and slightly underwhelmed.
About a hundred miles later I can tell that the sound did get louder AND deeper. I could even hear the exhaust note bounce off other cars and walls as I passed by. I'm a bit more happier now that the sound has deepened. It definitely sleeps during highway speeds until you hit the throttle. Still it'll take some getting used to because I actually liked the stock exhaust note at low speeds but thought it lacked some balls in the midrange.
All in all I am glad I did this mod so I thought I would share a clip I made on my phone and quickly worked up a mini-clip in iMovie. Enjoy!
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