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Date Registered: 09-2008
TOTAL POSTS: 4
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T30 2006 Muffler Internals


Hi,
Does anybody have any details of the muffler internals, I am particularly interested in the rear muffler ? Detail I would be looking for would be baffle positions, chamber lengths, pipe diameters, whether pipe is perforated or solid and roving postion (if any) ? A detailed sketch would be fantastic !!! I am going to make my own system from the Cat back to improve gas flow and give the tail pipe some character but want to avoid any annoying cabin booms. If I can get some muffler details that will be me a good place to start.

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Date Registered: 06-2008
Location: Blue Mountains, NSW
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Re: T30 2006 Muffler Internals


I would recomend you going to a muffler shop as they would know what the internals are like just by looking at the stamped numbers on the muffler itself.
They will even probably help you with ideas that might help you for your cat back system.

Tony

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Date Registered: 02-2004
Location: SUTHERLAND, SYDNEY
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Re: T30 2006 Muffler Internals


You should have posted this message 3 days earlier as I have just chucked the factory exhaust system (with the rear monster muffler) in the rubbish for the council clean-up week LOL emoticon

Regardless of what's inside the factory muffler, the replacement one should be of better quality and internals, as the factory muffler is far from perfect.

Last edited by jalalski, 9/Apr/2010, 8:02 am


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