with your pipes, if I were to change out my suitcase muffler and replace it with say a Magnaflow or Flowmaster, would I just need a muffler with a single outlet? also, what is the difference between the 6db, 10db and so forth?
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yeah I have a 3.5, that's cool, now which DB do you recommend? I drive mostly in town, some highway but not to much, I don't want it to be real loud and have a lot of drone, but some sound would be nice, so I can tell that I have something there.
I'm running Bob's 6db dual kit with a Flowmaster Deltaflow series on my 3.5 Magnum. It has a slight drone at lower rpm's. However, when I get on her, she sounds sweet. Generally speaking the lower the db of the glasspack, the less the interior resonance you'll have.
To keep the drone down with a muffler change you'll have to do something like badfish did. Otherwise a stock muffler with a 10db kit. Delete kits and muffler change = drone.