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Old 06-02-2009, 12:07 PM   #7 (permalink)
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I agree, it does sound good. I think this is really valuable information, actually, because it opens up a new avenue for modification. Specifically, what I'm thinking of is people who might want a deeper sound, but don't want to mess with their cats. Or maybe they live somewhere where it's absolutely forbidden to touch the cats. Well, now they have an option other than replacing the cats -- just delete the muffler. Now all we need is for someone to make a bolt-on kit so that you can just bolt some pipes/tips in place of where the muffler used to be.
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