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Hi all,

Has anyone put a Varex muffler on there X force exhaust system?

If so i have a couple of questions.

Is the pipe straight through from the cat to the muffler(no resonator or hotdog)?

And does anyone have any sound or video of their varex in action?

I want to see the volume and note difference both open and closed.


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Just wached the video looks pretty interesting. My Xforce is damn loud and I hate having to park up the street when i go to my gf's place... lol

What you doing then...sneaking into the house at night... :) :laughing-smiley-014:

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What you doing then...sneaking into the house at night... :) :laughing-smiley-014:

Pretty much... :( it's the damn parents that go to bed too early and then say that my car wakes them up!

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Pretty much... :) it's the damn parents that go to bed too early and then say that my car wakes them up!

Wah wah winge winge. I have never been much of a fan of people like that. I mean, if you were idling the car for 5 minutes or something, fair enough. At the end of the day, there is noise everywhere.

E.g. I remember once I was mowing the lawn, and I got this hillbilly shouting over the fence quite, i'm trying to work ....

PS: Dave, atm, the varex muffler is sold muffler only (well, at least it was based on my last enquiry). Therefore, essentially, you cut the muffler off your old one/make up new piping from the last flange.

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