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There may be other mufflers available from engine mfg. that will just bolt on. Look for the model number and type of the engine itself and check with small engine dealer or engine mfg. web site (not coleman web site). I have seen many home-made modifications to quiet engine resulting in only moderate success. The quietest used scooter muffler but only exaggerated the sound of the intake and mechanical sound of internal parts. Take a look at generators built for camping for ideas. You will notice that not only do they have larger mufflers but also use insulated covers to deaden sound. Good luck with your project
hi, I was able to buy a State park approved muffler that was way quieter. Approved for campground use.Found it at a parts house. I know you will be able to find one I just cannot point you in a direction. Maybe try colemans web site. Good Luck
there is no difference in the motor and everything is interchangeable. the only difference between the two is the air fuel mixture settings in the carbs. California has certain EPA emissions standards the bike has to meet so the settings are set a bit leaner than other states that don't have to meet the same requirements. if you get a California model you can adjust the carb settings to be the same as a regular model anywhere else.