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I changed the mufflers on my car shortly after purchase (last year). I hung on to them for a while and have now decided to clear out the garage a bit. Anyone interested? I'm in Houston and was thinking maybe $600 + shipping, but am open to bids.

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Got the oem Gransport Mufflers installed on the coupe last week.

We have them installed so the baffle is always open. It adds a little voice to the car, which was a little too Mercedes like with the stock mufflers.
The car is a little more throaty at low rpm, but there is no increase in cabin noise at cruising speed on the interstate.
 

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The system is all original except for the Gransport mufflers.

If I were to look at another change, it would be the head pipe, and related cats. It looks that that would have the most effect on flow.

I want to keep the system from getting anti social. I like the option of hooking up the valves in the muffler for city driving.
 

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If you replace the resonator with an x-pipe your car will sound just like a GS, since they don't come with a center resonator. It's not anti-social at all. That's why I changed to a Tubi. :D
 

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Got the oem Gransport Mufflers installed on the coupe last week.

We have them installed so the baffle is always open. It adds a little voice to the car, which was a little too Mercedes like with the stock mufflers.
The car is a little more throaty at low rpm, but there is no increase in cabin noise at cruising speed on the interstate.
Now that you have a taste, I suspect you will be looking for Larini mufflers very soon :D



 
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