Ok, I've got an '88 Cherokee with a 4.0 inline six. I just spent the weekend installing a new intake, 58mm throttle body and spacer, and new exhaust headers. I noticed a TREMENDOUS power increase, but also it's DEAFENING, I figured that it would be a bit louder but it's at the point that when I'm accelerating it sounds like a helicopter's in the back seat. Is this normal? I checked and made sure that all the connections were good and that the intake and exhause manifold sealed well and everything was fine. Any suggestions?
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