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      04-21-2009, 04:01 PM   #1
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Muffler Delete - Pipe Modifications

I am interested in the muffler delete mod. Does the shop use my OEM chrome tips and simply cut out the muffler and replace with straight pipe or do I need to supply the straight pipes and/or tips?

Does anyone know of a good exhaust shop in Miami?
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bump....still wondering. Im a newbie sorry for the lame question. i appreciate someones time to explain the logistics to me. is there anyone out there who did the muffler delete who strongly recommends against it?
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      04-23-2009, 11:20 AM   #3
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take it to the shop, they will cut off your mufflers/tips.....

if you want new tips, you can bring that with you or they prob have some you could buy there

they will fabricate the "Straight" piping for you and weld your tips onto the pipes.
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bump....still wondering. Im a newbie sorry for the lame question. i appreciate someones time to explain the logistics to me. is there anyone out there who did the muffler delete who strongly recommends against it?
if you search the muffler delete thread by excellence, you will see that the majority of the people have done it are happy with it since it is cheap and sounds pretty good.
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I am interested in the muffler delete mod. Does the shop use my OEM chrome tips and simply cut out the muffler and replace with straight pipe or do I need to supply the straight pipes and/or tips?

Does anyone know of a good exhaust shop in Miami?

Go to Miami muffler...
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Just my opinion, don't delete the muffler, remove the primary cats next to the engine. It will cause a "service engine soon" light which can be extinguished with a "oxygen simulator" or, I'm told, using spacers on the sensors in the exhaust plumbing. See the above post by UdaBadger concerning an ECU flash, go to one of last pages, look for several of my posts.
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