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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
This is what's called an oxymoron. Because with straight pipes there is no muffler! Haha. Sorta like Jumbo Shrimp.
But the cause of your popping sound is because of afterburn in the exhaust system. With no back pressure because of the straight pipes, some of your engines' combustion is happening in the exhaust. That is a super way to burn a valve BTW.
Posted on May 26, 2010
The only component that must stay in place to pass federal emissions is the catalytic convertor. If you are not concerned with emissions then a straight pipe will be fine. There will not be any adverse performance problems with a straight pipe. Please rate my help this helps me out , Thankyou RJ
Posted on May 30, 2010
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