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Sold - M&K R style 2 in, 2 out

Sold - M&K R style 2 in, 2 out stainless steel exhaust. Very light, pretty loud, amazing sport sound. Purchased new and used on a car for less than 10 miles before the car was sold. $695 + ship. Email Mark@MarkEpstein.net to purchase.


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Interested dependent on the measurement center to center of those tips. Let me know wen you can.
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R muffler tailpipe spacing is 31" on center. Typical fiberglass RSR bumper cut-outs are 30"-32" on center.
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R muffler tailpipe spacing is 31" on center. Typical fiberglass RSR bumper cut-outs are 30"-32" on center.
So to confirm then this would be off centered if installed on a car with a typical RSR bumper?
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Sorry, I didn't see this post until now. I'll be back home in a day or two and I'm happy to get it measured up.
I don't think Brian was implying these would be off center. I think he meant that RSR bumper cutouts vary by about two inches so there is no guarantee that the tailpipe will fit your bumper. At least that's what I read into it.
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Sorry, I didn't see this post until now. I'll be back home in a day or two and I'm happy to get it measured up.
I don't think Brian was implying these would be off center. I think he meant that RSR bumper cutouts vary by about two inches so there is no guarantee that the tailpipe will fit your bumper. At least that's what I read into it.
Okay understood. I will also have the center measurements of the bomber cuts tomorrow.
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I think he meant that RSR bumper cutouts vary by about two inches so there is no guarantee that the tailpipe will fit your bumper.
Correct. Fiberglass valance cutouts can vary, muffler tailpipe spacing does not vary.
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Well I was way off. My IROC RSR bumper cutouts are 16.5 on center.
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Mark, Are the tips removable?
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I'm using an M&K R muffer from Brian on my ST. It's 31" on center between the pipes and a perfect fit on my Getty suppied fiberglass bumper. Sounds awesome, pretty loud and no drone.
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Mark, Are the tips removable?
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Do you have any sense of how it sounds compared to a standard 2/2 M&K or Dansk 2/2 sport muffler? Always wondered about this particular model of M&K.
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Do you have any sense of how it sounds compared to a standard 2/2 M&K or Dansk 2/2 sport muffler? Always wondered about this particular model of M&K.
Sounds great but louder than a standard M&K. That's sort of the point.
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M&K makes baffles that insert into the trial pipes for tuning purposes. I’m running the baffles on mine with a 2.7
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Rgo. with the baffles, any idea what sound level is at 50ft?. I like that setup if it reasonably close to 90dB.
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Sorry, I wasn’t concerned with the sound, was just using them to set back pressure. I do drive it on the street. Mine sounds like a Ferrari at high RPM, and is fairly quiet at 3000.
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