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Don't get me wrong, straight piped is cool and all, but it's getting to the point where it's just too loud.

Fire it up in the AM to warm up and I know it wakes up 1/2 the neighbors.

What's a good muffler that will flow the same as straight piped but quiet it down... and where to get around here? 4" pipe

On Comp D they are saying a "hushpower" is a good one... I looked it up and it's over $200! Holy crap!

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Like we were talking about at dyno day- Donaldson 40". It's still loud enough to sound good, but a bit tamer than straight-pipe. I think the part number was MO85171?

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For the love of God and those of us that were outside when you dyno'd, ANY muffler would be GREATLY appreciated... :poke: LOL

Yeah, you ain't kidding! I have a hearing test today, too!!!:wall:

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Thought about it, but really don't have a reason to. I've read posts from some guys that went back to a single turbo even after hating twins.

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wow... only thing I don't like about them is there's no pulling class for street twins out here, and it can be a pain to change the oil filter, other than that I love em!

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Hushpower is a great, quit high flowing muffler. I've got one to put on my crew cab. I bet if you made some posts on the big forums, someone would have a muffler they took off to replace with a straight pipe.

In fact, I believe I have an mbrp muffler sitting at my dads shop

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The muffler's that come with the Diamond eye exhausts look like they would work well. Straight through with perforated holes so it should still have a nice tone and not be so loud. Plus i'm sure there are quite a few floating around that people opted to not put on for the straight

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Like we were talking about at dyno day- Donaldson 40". It's still loud enough to sound good, but a bit tamer than straight-pipe. I think the part number was MO85171?
Donaldson mufflers are the chit.. cheap and work very well...:rockin:

Thats my vote as well. I like my Donaldson 40"... Sounds better than it did with cat only, and quieter (cat fell off)... The only time I don't like it is when I am outside with the EB on for warm up... or driving FS roads with the EB on and the windows down... A super small resonator will fix that... Its the high freq's the muffler doesn't catch, but otherwise great and CHEAP!!

Oh, and it flows over 3K CFM...

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Shot a message to Rip and he can get me a Diamond Eye for $75.. don't sound too bad.

Where around here would I look for the Donaldson??? Would like to shop around a bit and all.

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Nate- I got my Donaldson at a Freightliner dealer, but I can almost guarantee that Diamond Eye is going to be the best deal. If I remember right, I paid $70 for my muffler and that was 5 years ago...

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Nate- I got my Donaldson at a Freightliner dealer, but I can almost guarantee that Diamond Eye is going to be the best deal. If I remember right, I paid $70 for my muffler and that was 5 years ago...

i paid 80 bucks for my donaldson shipped...

Nate do you have a 5" exhaust? I have my donaldson just sitting here make ya a hell of a deal...:cheer:

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