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Getting A Nicer / Slightly Louder Note. Muffler Change Or Remove?

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Hi Guys,

Got a FG XR6T.... while it sounds allright with the stock exhaust I'm trying to get a nice note out of it and well unfortunately these motors don't really sound

the best with aftermarket exhausts so it can be tricky.

I'm wondering whether to change the Rear muffler to another one..... or to just remove the Center muffler to give it a bit of a Note.

I'm not looking for a Full Bolt on Exhaust as The stock pipe seems to flow enough just looking at modifying the sound.


Does anybody have High qualitiy Videos of any combos?

Cheers.

Edited by Z2TT

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Dont sound nice with aftermarket exhausts hey? First time that's ever been said on here I reckon, if anything they sound bad when people cut mufflers out lol. Nizpro 4" sound sh*t hot!

Edited by bionicxr6t05

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my nizpro 4 inch pumps out a pretty awesome note. wouldn't change it for any other set of pipes.

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DO NOT REMOVE THE CENTRE MUFFLER. Had mine put back in, sounded so much better stock.

Not sure about changing the muffler with a resonator though?

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Rear muffler delete without resonator gives more than just a little note. Its not loud but more than subtle. Gives a nice little burble on gear changes and only really drones if your holding it at 2000rpm which doesn't happen at any of the speedlimits (unless your holding too high of a gear).

I'm happy with mine for the note it gives. Should be better once the cat is changed, and possibly dump too

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get a cannon?

(tunes required for muffler change, or enough movement in the standard ECU to adapt?)

catback is fine. Turbo back will need retuning.

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Don't mean to hack this thread but didn't wanna start a new one. I have a similar question but mine is a 3.5" mild steel turbo back xforce system and I'm looking to make it louder as it's just too quiet. (Was louder before with stock exhaust + centre muffler removed and high flow cat). Should I remove the rear muffler and put a straight pipe or throw in a resonator? Any ideas??

Cheers

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^^^ mate am doing this tomorrow morning. Utes booked in to remove end muffler and replaced with straight 3.5"

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^^^ mate am doing this tomorrow morning. Utes booked in to remove end muffler and replaced with straight 3.5"

Let us know how you go Trent!

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Will do mate. I drove around the block last week with the rear muffler removed (un-bolted it from the middle muffler).

Had a wicked deepness but no real note

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Ah k.. I reckon a hotdog resonator in place of the big barrel style muffler would sound 10x better. But let us know how you go with the straight pipe.

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PPL still trying to make a tractor sound half decent...

There is only one way....sell the fcker and buy an 8.

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Got it back. Sounds much deeper and a lil like a tractor lol. Cruising around like a normal person its quiet and quite good. Open it up and it sounds wicked!

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