Join Date: Oct 2000
Location: Long Island, NY
<BLOCKQUOTE>quote:</font><HR>Originally posted by FrankP:
If you are not hot rodding the car, and hence not concerned with loosing a small amount of horse power on the top end, why not just go with a stock type replacement muffler?
Even though I plan to run my car hard I am
even considering stock mufflers now as the loud thing is getting old fast and I've only
got about 300 miles on my restoration!
Its really not necessary to give up hp and go for stock mufflers if you are looking for a quieter muffler. The Dynomax Super Turbos mentioned are quieter than most mufflers, make good power, and will fit anything.
If you really want something quiet, look into the Hemi Super Turbo mentioned earlier. These arent well known but are excellent mufflers. A muffler test in a mag several years ago showed them to be within one hp of the Flowmasters and to make slightly more peak torque. Of about ten mufflers tested they were by far the quietest. If you can fit them they might be just what you are looking for.