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weld some cats in there, that would quiet it down quite a bit.
 

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Weld in some Pypes m-80's just in front of the gas tank to quiet it it some and smooth out the sound. Then add the stock axle backs to quiet it some more. I have supercharger/cams/headers/off-road H...and it isn't too much louder than stock once it's warmed up.
 

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I haven't really considered welding in cats. I've always had an off road exhaust on all my cars lol.... Taking the cats out was typically the first thing I did lol
 

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I've always had off-road exaust on mine as well. I stripped my cats the first week but, then I really disliked the sound. It really sounded better with the cats, x-pipe and FR exaust. I bought long tubes, h-pipe and some M80s and i'm currently playing with different mixes of components.

I mentioned Cats because, if you still had them, that would be the cheapest way to quiet things down and you will only lose 1-2hp.

Craigslist is your best bet but, Ebay has quite a few stock muflers if that's what you are looking for. you are going to have to pay shipping to most people on here anyways.
 

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Weld in some Pypes m-80's just in front of the gas tank to quiet it it some and smooth out the sound. Then add the stock axle backs to quiet it some more. I have supercharger/cams/headers/off-road H...and it isn't too much louder than stock once it's warmed up.
^+1 Kevdon92 had longtubes, catless H, borla stingers and it was nasty loud but it sounded amazing! He recently threw m80s on between the H pipe and where the over axle pipes bend up....while it still has that borla growl, it's sooooo much quiter but definitely more controlled than it was...
 
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