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post #1 of 19 Old 01-09-2007, 01:25 PM Thread Starter
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Quiet Muffler

What is the Quietist muffler that is better than stock, but not crazy loud? I need a new muffler and would like to upgrade to more high flow but dont like the loud sound of a flowmaster. thanks


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What about a Flowmaster 50 Delta Flow?
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is that the quiet one?

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i did a search and the Dynomax Super Turbo also came up as pretty mellow. between the delta 50 and the Dynomax Super Turbo does anyone have an opion on them as for sound?

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Flowmaster Delta 50 with slight leak:

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when i took my exhaust off on my jeep i had some think its called quietflowII worked great was really quiet

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that delta 50 clip sounds pretty good. a little rumble.

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The Dynomax is much quieter.
I bought the super turbo cat back and love it.


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i'd do magnaflow.
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I've got Borla and its very quiet, just a tab louder, similar to stock (but stainless steel) upto ~60mph.

But at 65mph+ it drones. Everyone on here said Borla doesn't drone...

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I have read on the net saying Dynomax is the quietest, but they are still loud for extended highway driving and I even insulated my Jeep. I have heard Borla. They are a lot louder than my Dynomax Super Turbo. Maybe I am getting old.

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If you want quiet get an OE muffler.
I have the dynomax super turbo and it's not bad at all. In the cab you can here the engine more than the exhaust.
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i think i am going to get the dynomax super turbo. the local exhaust shop has it in stock for $60 and I will put it on. I will post my opinions.

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I have read on the net saying Dynomax is the quietest, but they are still loud for extended highway driving and I even insulated my Jeep. I have heard Borla. They are a lot louder than my Dynomax Super Turbo. Maybe I am getting old.

Michael K.

Mine isn't. It's not any louder than stock, just sounds better. I cannot hear it on the highway at all. (That's one reason why I bought it, I'm getting old myself....) After a long trip with a buddy with a (flowmaster or magnaflow, I don't remember) I was determined not to have to live with THAT noise!

The Borla is only loud, but it's an unpleasant sound.


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By the way, if anyone needs to replace their smashed up or rusted out tailpipe, I have one in like new condition.


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