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Bart, I would have thought you would know about the Tubi muffler. It is a replacement muffler that offers better sound and supposedly better performance for your car. Having said that, I don't know if you should have one or not.
 

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I know very little about my car except it is my beast. I quit working on cars over 25 years ago. The muffler I have is quiet. As for performance, this thing is fast. I have yet to put it in sports mode, let alone turn it off. It breaks loose at about 40 mph when I get it on in normal mode.

Thanks. Where would I get a Tubi? Should I try the dealer first?

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Bart, I think a more through explanation of the mufflers and their installation proceedures etc. might be good for you to read first. Go on internet, type in Tubi Auto Mufflers. Scroll down to exhaust and there is a lot of info there. Also there are other sections there that will give you info on the whole deal of what the sport mufflers are all about.
 

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Thanks. I did check it out.
A couple of problems.
Since I live in California, the smog requirements are rather tough. The existing muffler meets the state requirements and there are butterfly values in the exhaust system. The values helps both in the low end torque and emissions.
On the Tubi web site, it states these systems are for racing only. Humm...

The other problem is the cost is $3,700. Say, I think that is a little much for a muffler.

Oh, well.

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Tubi has to say the mufflers are for racing only. As long as you don't remove the Cat. Convertor you should be OK. It should still pass emissions.
 
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