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No, that is the illusion. The neck itself is 3"ID, the "cone" is created by the back-cut angle into the muffler. The cross section at that spot is 3.5". This was done purposely to make the best compromise due to the angle/relation of the turbo to the muffler body. The muffler opens up internally into a 5"ID shell with a 3"ID perforated core. The core contains packing material that settles out to the remaining 3/4 distance to tailpipe. The space occupied by the packing material is influenced by the exhaust gas flow resulting in a cavity at the proximal end of the muffler right where the "bend" of the neck occurs.
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