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Old 09-14-2010, 05:39 PM
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Magnaflow is about to come out with its own style of glasspack
http://www.magnaflow.com/02product/02glasspack.asp

just don't know when, the website has been the same for over a month
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Thanks, i think i'm going to go with a flowmaster, because i'm pretty sure glasspacks wont pass emissions.
Glasspack has nothing to do with passing emissions . You'll be fine .
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Glasspack has nothing to do with passing emissions . You'll be fine .
Oh alright, thats awesome, i thought they didnt have anything to do with emissions, people kept telling me they did, but i was telling them it didnt matter, so that means if i really wanted to I can just not have a muffler correct?
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Correct. But then you'd be getting into volume regulations.
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Personally, I would never put a glasspack on any vehicle. I've seen too many dyno comparisons where glasspacks produced the lowest power. That said, as has been pointed out several times and I agree with, you can put any type muffler on you want, and will have no problems with emissions, however, you may not be able to pass an inspection (depending on your state laws) because of noise levels. All states have restrictions on noise levels, though some are not enforced nor checked during inspection.
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Ok thanks guys, I wast hinking of a glasspack or a flowmaster serious 10 muffler.
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