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Twin loop muffler?

Discussion in 'General Tech and Maintenance' started by UDT, Mar 10, 2005.

  1. UDT

    UDT Senior Member

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    Where can i find a mugen style twin loop muffler.....? I know they have them, OBX made one and i think ractive. I have seen pictures and they look to be decent quality. I need to make my car not so loud, and thats the style i like. I lovew my N1 but its gota go.
     
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    xj0hnx I wanna be sedated VIP

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    Well, I know that www.tss-tuning.de has them, but I think they are like 800 bucks.

    If you want quiet, why not jjst look to the easier WS, RSR, Greddy models?
     
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    Thats exactly what i want but OBX had one for 90 bucks that i saw a review for that seemed well worth the 90 bucks.
     
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    the piping on the OBX one is small as hell compared to the mugen twin loop
     
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    Just search "twin loop" or "mugen exhaust" on eBay and I'm sure you'll find it. DC sports also has a twin loop for cheaper than the Mugen.
     
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    what's wrong with your N1 ? too loud, too much noise? just curious?
     
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    I got to many speeding tickets and now NEED to try and be as silient as i can, but i still wanted an exhaust that has something interesting about it. N1 was in the loud class but but far not the worst, it really ound smoth and had a nice growl to it. I mean lets face it, it s a strait through design, but the fireball and things like that are loud as fuck. Plus you have to consider Greddy uses more rounded tips alot so they get a bubley sound, the N1 on top of being a strait through design has a flat sharp edged tip, so the sound is more of a cracking whip type of sound, The way it rolls of the tip i mean. So it will be one of the louder exhausts but by far not as bad as most of the N1 look a alikes or tanabes, not there not great exhausts.
     
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    Just get a Dynomax Super Turbo muffler in stainless. You'll have good flow, last forever, and it will sound nice and deep without being obnoxiously loud. It's cheap too.
     
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    so what are doing with the n1?
     
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    Gonna chop it off my apex pipping if i cant get an axel back peace made with what ever new muffler i get. Its got small rust marks here and there.
     
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