Too quiet of a cabin, muffler delete or new exhaust?

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  1. Muffler delete

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  2. New exhaust

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  1. bakingpancake

    bakingpancake Senior Member

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    #1 bakingpancake, Oct 2, 2019
    Last edited: Oct 8, 2019
    Looking for some opinions, get a shop to delete mufflers or get a new exhaust (looking at invidia r400 or MagnaFlow ). Not really looking for HP going just something louder :)

    Update: I went to a shop today and my mufflers cut out, both of them cost me $180.

    Got some clips. may not be the best as I just used my phone haha. Other clips on youtube have much better quality than mine :)

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  2. domicubarican

    domicubarican Senior Member

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    find a muffler you like and have a shop weld on.
     
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    Do a resonator delete you'll be happy and it's cheap
     
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    If you delete the res you will not hear a difference from inside the car while driving.
     
  6. MutatedMango

    MutatedMango Senior Member

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    Honestly the only exhaust setup I've heard that I've liked is the MAPerformance Street/Race one. Muffler delete is up there for first imo and Greddy a close second
     
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    Install a stiffer rear motor mount. You'll get sound and a ton of other great benefits and it's significantly less than an exhaust.
     
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    Thats not true.

    Source: I had my resonator deleted.
     
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    Muffler delete only. Definitely don't resonator and mufflers.
     
  10. A2typeR

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    If you don’t like the quietness of the cabin just roll your windows down...
    (Cheapest)

    Or get a Mazda MX-5 softop!
    (Very Very Very Expensive)

    I suggested the exhaust if you don’t take my first to options
    (Practical)
     
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    I heard an Si with muffler and resonator delete in person, it actually sounded pretty good and not too loud like you'd expect a straight pipe 1.5 to sound. He said he had stock dp/fp so that's probably why it sounded manageable
     
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    Borla! Highest decibals ... Only 26 pounds. Magnaflow actually ADDS weight above stock. I am broke as all get out at the moment but only because I am moving from NY to SC. I may do a muffler delete ... Then get the Borla once I get a job!
     
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    ?
     
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    Stiffer mounts can give the car a little more sound and vibration. At least that's what I noticed in my GSR
     
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    No better solution than ... Pumping fake audio into the sound system! No one would actually do that ... Right???
     
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