The last few days I have been trying to come up with different options to get better sound than stock. I came to a conclusion, in stead of special ordering an expensive muffler then going through trouble of putting it on, which is slightly difficult on my 87 gt. A much easier way for me would be to just take out the stock muffler, and weld or bolt on maybe a magnaflow straight round muffler to the stock exhaust inlet, and the other muffler end to the driver side tailpipe, so the passenger side tailpipe would be just for looks technically. I think this would be simple and sound good. Sound like a good idea? Not sure how this would be a bad one
The unwritten forum rule is - It is strictly forbidden to have more active threads than pontiackid86 at any one time Sometimes it takes a while to get the answer you want especially if your question is a moving target! and as for deleting a post - the damage is done - stick to this one and if you questions change again - ask them here. As for a your latest 'what if' just do it - you can always change it if you don't like it.
I Apolagize again, sorry to bother everyone. I now realize my mistakes haha Thanks everyone for the help! This is my last new topic! I promise! Anyone know if this would be a good muffler install method? I dont see why not
I tried a lot of combinations with my stock 2.8. A Spintech muffler with a Cherry Bomb glass pack in place of the cat is what I'm running now. It sounds real sweet @ idle, not irritatingly droning when cruising, and not raspy when the revs climb.