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Originally Posted by RarlyL8 View Post
There is another option, but it also has a draw-back. One of the sound options for my systems is the Outlaw, a straight pipe. It replaces the muffler body in the system you have now. The 5" diameter muffler becomes a 3" diameter pipe.
The draw-back of course is noise level.
Brian, this would be the very easiest way, but I will be shoot immediately as soon I left the garage, simply too loud. Remember, the present muffler sounds very good, even it's at the limit for road-use here in Switzerland (and illegal anyway )

When I look from back to the car, I can see the muffler is not exactly horizontal, It slightly decreases to the right, not your issue, has to do with my turbo position and also the right end is more back then the inlet side vice versa to the stock. Here it would be nice to have another clamp right after the turbo to compensate the misalignment by turning the muffler (maybe an option for the future, what do you think?)
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