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The "cackle" is not necessarily a product of a dual outlet design.
My single outlet muffler cackles quite loudly on decel. The dual outlet prototype that I am running now is actually more quiet and cackles less.

What accents the cackling is a lack of restriction which is a good thing. The more sound deadening material and the more narrow the ID of the system the more quiet (and restrictive) it becomes. Also, a straight through design is more prone to cackle than a baffled design. An empty can, such as the B&B, has potential to be a cackle monster.

You can tune some of that noise out by going more lean on your CO but that defeats the purpose of a performance system. What I do is simply push in the clutch when I don't want to hear it.
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