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Sv6 muffler skeletons middle

Discussion in 'V6 Development And Modification' started by Sam Greer, Mar 24, 2020.

  1. Sam Greer

    Sam Greer New Member

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    Hey guys I own an sv6 ute and have recently put on a set of muffler deletes with single picks had anyone deleted the middle muffler on a standered exhaust and how did they do it ??

    Cheers
     
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    Remove stock exhaust, Cut pipes, weld in new pipes with no mufflers.
     
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    Or for you to hate yourself for doing that.
     
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    Yep, But the dude did ask on how to do that.

    Whether or not it's a good idea? Eh. To each their own.

    I personally Go find some Bimodals. Whisper quiet with the stock pipes (when you actually get the valves to work) and not a bad noise with the GTS centre section/modded stock pipes. No drone either, and cheap af... once again, if you get the valves working.
     

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