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Exhaust opinion?

Discussion in 'LR4' started by jlach993, May 16, 2020.

  1. Jimmy Brooks

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    Also if you do this KEEP THE CATALYST CONVERTER ON OR ELSE IT WILL BE LOUD AND OBNOXIOUS!!
     
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    That ad made me smile.
     
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    Maybe that's what all of us working from home need to do...start the coffee maker, go out for a drive then come back and start our work day. ;)
     
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    It really is therapeutic. I have done my share of "essential" errands: Beer/wine/liquor runs, cigars, snacks, hoagies and pizza pickups, etc. It's so nice to just drive, especially in a Rover.
     
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    Just purchase a set of cable operated "dumps" from JC whitney like we did in the 50's and 60's. You'll
    sound bad**s off road and "quieter" on the go
     
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    There’s definitely a fine line for me. I love the way that SVR sounds, or the way the AMG’s always have that low growl that lets you know there’s power without being obnoxious. I was surprised at how much that first video snapped off throttle given the rear resonators were left in. It reminded me too much of those silly Midwest pickup boys who’d actually downsize the pipe and put 90 degree bends in it to make it snap as loud as possible! Talk about power robbing counter-productivity.
     

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