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Anyone know where I can get a Exhaust Silencer in the Bay Area? I got pulled over last night for my exhaust. Damn Cop. I am guessing that getting the silencer would be an easy way for a fix or is there another way?? Hope any of you can help me out. Thanks.

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lol.. why do u have a fart can exhaust on your car in the first place!

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what make do you have of exhaust?

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yah, it's called a muffler.... replace your exhaust muffler.


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well if you did your exhuast the "right" way you would have bought a catback exhuast system that bolted in place of your stock one. Smart people keep there stock exhuast for stuff like this. So heres what you do.... put your stock back on, and wait a while to put your after market back on. Heres the problem sounds like you went for just sound with a muffler, in which case it has to be cut off and you have to buy a new one stock one and weld it back on.

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haha i didn't get a fart pipe. I got a dtm style exhaust. I never got a fixing ticket before. I got pulled over before this but the cop didn't give me a ticket. I don't want to go through the trouble of having to chop off the exhaust and welding back on the stock one. Hmm can't I just unbold the whole exhaust pipes and bolt on a stock muffler from a 325i? Or anyone know where I can get an silencer? Also maybe I can take out the k&n intake and put back the stock air box to lower the sound?

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Come on.. Anyone?? I need an exhaust silencer for a dtm style 3.5" exhaust. Would putting the stock air box back in cut down some noise?

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Originally posted by NyteRyda@Mar 8 2005, 03:05 AM
Come on.. Anyone?? I need an exhaust silencer for a dtm style 3.5" exhaust. Would putting the stock air box back in cut down some noise?
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The air box would help some, I'm sure. If you had straight tips, you could try those slide in baffles you see for motorcycle pipes. Probably the best bet would be a stock system. Plenty of them on Ebay for not much money, if you didn't save the one you had. Good luck with this one.

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ok update. some guy told me to stick some metal pot and pan scrubbers in my exhaust cuz he tried it with his rice rocket pipes and it worked. didn't work to well for mines. lowered the sound a bit but still kind of loud. hmm on the other forum i am on some guy suggested having resantors welded on?? Would that actually help? If it does I probably drop by my local muffler shop and ask them how much it cost for two resanators. I need a resanator for each pipe right?

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Just asking... hoiw much did your replacement cost?

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uhh man did you even read the post??? I didn't get a replacement yet. I am asking if I do get resanators welded into the pipes would it lower the sound of the exhaust???

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yes it should a bit, how much is really depending on what type of exhaust you have.

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thanks for the info furious. I will probably drop by my exhaust shop on Monday and ask how much it would cost for a resanator.

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