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Old 05-15-2019
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Default Muffler for a 82 BB 33 Rear Bath

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Does anyone have information concerning details - item numbers etc where to buy ?
Time to replace muffler piping and muffler?
Appreciate ! the reply
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Delete it, straight pipe!
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Straight pipe. Let her breathe.

EDIT- I deleted mine last week. It is louder but still not much more so with the windows closed.
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Straight pipe from manifold all the way back ?
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Essentially, yes. But unless your exhaust is exhaust is somehow broken or rusted out all that needs to be replaced is the muffler itself.
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Also see: https://pbase.com/iamflagman/image/140727812 for another option.

https://pbase.com/iamflagman/finnsinn6adventure lots of good information for older FCs
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John Finns coach was an NA,no turbo,without a muffler it was awful.
Turbo engines on the other hand,sound great without a turbo,they run better too.
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Did John Finn take off the muffler after his conversion? And David should consider a muffler if his coach is NA?
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Did John Finn take off the muffler after his conversion? And David should consider a muffler if his coach is NA?
I would guess that Mike H would require the muff delete.
If David has an NA,he needs a muffler,or ear muffs.
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John Finns coach was an NA,no turbo,without a muffler it was awful.
Turbo engines on the other hand,sound great without a turbo,they run better too.

my 81 NA was tooooooooooo loud straight!!!!
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