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..also I dont think youre considering the fact that there are two types of frpp mufflers, sport and touring.

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Why don't you leave the stock system in place and just have some adjustable electronic exhaust cut outs installed.....You would save considerable money, and you can then control the amount of sound you wish for various occasions and neighborhoods.......best regards Plum

like these? http://www.summitracing.com/parts/qtp-qtec66/overview/ great idea... or at least in theory... where do these get installed? after cat? midpipe? anyone bolt these on? whats the sound like? would it be comparable to muffler delete?


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..also I dont think youre considering the fact that there are two types of frpp mufflers, sport and touring.

Yes I'm aware of the two... I haven't heard them in person but touring sounds too quiet to me.

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