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Old 06-02-2013, 01:29 PM   #1
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Mufflers delete

So I want to delete the mufflers for now until I get my borla atak but I want to know is there anything I should not do? while taking the stock mufflers off
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If you are talking axlebacks then it is fairly straight forward, and you pretty much can't mess up.
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Old 06-02-2013, 02:03 PM   #3
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If you are talking axlebacks then it is fairly straight forward, and you pretty much can't mess up.
I just want to make sure you know lol
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The raspy crackle back fire sound is super annoying
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And the pipe will bounce around possibly denting the coupling and pipe.
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Good to hear (pun intended) others are annoyed by this too.
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If this is the first time taking off your OEM mufflers, the clamp is actually tack welded on. Watch out for that.

I personally wouldn't drive the car with not replacing the mufflers. Whitelighting brings up a valid point with the pipes bouncing around and I wouldn't want to take the chance of something denting or breaking.
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This is what I did. Took my mufflers off and just rigged up a hanger to keep from banging against the bar in the back while I saved up for it.
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This is what I did. Took my mufflers off and just rigged up a hanger to keep from banging against the bar in the back while I saved up for it.
That's the Issue I'm having now
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That's the Issue I'm having now
I did it and It cost me alot of MPG. It sounds nice but honestly it's not worth it. Just wait till you can afford the axlebacks of your choice.
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I did it and It cost me alot of MPG. It sounds nice but honestly it's not worth it. Just wait till you can afford the axlebacks of your choice.
+1. It wants to rev up to nearly 3k before the car even moves
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+1. It wants to rev up to nearly 3k before the car even moves
+1 hated that too!
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