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Old 08-24-2016, 05:55 PM
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Re: Swapping the suitcase muffler

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Re: Swapping the suitcase muffler

Here's a vid of a cold start and some revs.

https://onedrive.live.com/embed?cid=...EJYH6sKWVhXtTU
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Re: Swapping the suitcase muffler

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I chose to replace the suitcase with 2 Flowmaster Super 10's.
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Re: Swapping the suitcase muffler

Sounds like it would sound pretty good except it's hard to tell with the echoes.
Funny thing i watched it soon as I woke up and I thought you had a center exhaust until the very end. Haha.
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Re: Swapping the suitcase muffler

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325108. These are actually the 10 series Delta Force, not the Super 10's (Delta Flow) that the shop originally told me they would install.


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Sounds like it would sound pretty good except it's hard to tell with the echoes.
Funny thing i watched it soon as I woke up and I thought you had a center exhaust until the very end. Haha.
Lol, I'll turn her around and take another vid.
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Re: Swapping the suitcase muffler

sounds good. Did these fit in same space as the suitcase. Does anybody know if and x-pipe would fit in that space?
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sounds good. Did these fit in same space as the suitcase. Does anybody know if and x-pipe would fit in that space?
I believe it will fit no doubt. There is a good video on YouTube of a maroon wk2 with this done
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sounds good. Did these fit in same space as the suitcase. Does anybody know if and x-pipe would fit in that space?
These are in place of the suitcase. These are short mufflers, although a little wide. Aerotech has some mufflers the size of a medium shoebox that will fit as well.
I'll post a pic later.
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These are in place of the suitcase. These are short mufflers, although a little wide. Aerotech has some mufflers the size of a medium shoebox that will fit as well.
I'll post a pic later.
Any reason why you installed 2 separate mufflers instead of 1 piece that has 2 inlet/outlets?
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Re: Swapping the suitcase muffler

I tried the magnaflow 2 i/o and it wold not fit. The suitcase is shaped like a U so if you want the dual to go where the suitcase is it will hang lower. Also the two pipes going into the dual are much wider so there will be fabbing there
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Re: Swapping the suitcase muffler

rlefig is right, the suitcase is not the same as a dual in dual out muffler. You can see in my pic how far apart the mid pipes are.


And here's another video with the exhaust facing outside so no echoes.
https://1drv.ms/v/s!ArKvgcQmSor6grh8HUM-SffzYjAJVA
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Re: Swapping the suitcase muffler

I have a 2015 jeep grand cherokee altitude. If i bought two of these flowmaster mufflers swapped out my suitcase muffler would it fit? Would i have to get anything else or would it weld right on? Thankss
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