</font><blockquote><font size="1" face="Verdana, Arial">quote:</font><hr /><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">Originally posted by Hank:
<strong>Are you 100% sure? I know a major gear head whose car has what he is sure of are 3-chambered Borlas. Where'd did you hear your info.? Not saying you're wrong or anything, but I'm just curious.</strong></font><hr /></blockquote><font size="2" face="Verdana, Arial">I've been into hi-po cars for quite a while. Never had I ever heard of Borla making a chambered style muffler like the Flowmasters. I've double checked Borla's website and a couple of other auto enthusiast buddies of mine. Neither the website or my budies indicated of any chambers in a Borla. They may be in the muffler, however, Borla does not use them as the main source of muffling ability.
The case size of the muffler, the diameter of the inner tubes, whether the muffler is straight through or a triple pass design as well as the density of the packing will all have an overall effect on the tone. Generally larger case mufflers are lower toned (quieter), larger dameter tubes are louder, denser packe mufflers are quieter as are triple pass designs.
1986 CJ-7: Fiberglass tub, 5" total lift, 33x12.5 M/T's, 258, Weber, T5, Dana 300, Dana 44 rear