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Old 08-09-2013, 02:20 PM
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The absolute cheapest way to make it sound good is to simply pick a replacement muffler and have the old one cut out and the new one welded in. You can leave the single outlet if you want....it will sound just as good as a single in/dual out setup. The most this should cost you is about $125 and that's going with a high end muffler like a Magnaflow.

Do some Youtube research and decide what you like the sound of, check around for the lowest price on that muffler, and get it ordered and installed. There are lots of good brands but popular ones around here seem to be Magnaflow, Flowmaster, Borla, Cherry Bomb, etc.
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