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Old 03 Apr 2008, 08:31 pm
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i want to change the muffler on my 91 accordthe one i have right now is not loud but i don't like the soundi'd rather have a quiet and super smooth sound coming out so which muffler would be best for me...like i said i wan't it to sound real smooth quiet and i also want it to be stainless steeli preffer low hums to loud shriekshow much can i expect to pay and what should i get?my first muffler that i buy so please gime the details i think i'll go with 2.25"
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Tanabe Touring Medalion, Apex-i World Sport, or Greddy SP2, will give you the sound you're looking for.
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I don't think the above answer is very good. If you DON'T want a loud muffler then definately don't go with a greddy.My friend's teacher had a Twin Turbo Supra and he put a HKS full turbo exhaust system (cat-back) and it sounded SOOOOOOO smooth and very quiet. This is a great exhaust for turbo cars because you want people to hear your turbo and the blowoff valve on your intercooler. This muffler is not fully stainless steel and would look rediculous on your car though.I would go with a Borla exhaust if I were looking for quiet but I'm not sure if Borla is any more smooth than the exhausts listed above. Just more quiet.
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go with GReddy. I have the EVO2 cat-back and its quiet on low RPMs, but also pretty nice once you gun it.































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his cars not boosted a turbo exhaust is a whole nother story. apexi world sport is a smooth sound.
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Default Re: which is the best muffler?

Flowmaster mufflers will do for your Accord. It will increase the fuel mileage of the car and it also sounds great.
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i want to change the muffler on my 91 accordthe one i have right now is not loud but i don't like the soundi'd rather have a quiet and super smooth sound coming out so which muffler would be best for me...like i said i wan't it to sound real smooth quiet and i also want it to be stainless steeli preffer low hums to loud shriekshow much can i expect to pay and what should i get?my first muffler that i buy so please gime the details i think i'll go with 2.25"
Hi Car Minded,

I'm Darren, I'd read your post here and i saw that you're looking for the best muffler right?

I think this is a way a better car parts. I have a suggestion regarding on the muffler, you need to have a silencer if in case you want to have your muffler more quiet.

Exhaust Muffler Quiet-Flow3 Assembly for your 91-92 Honda Accord

Although it's a little bit expensive, i believe it's about 118.04. but it's worth it since you want to have a muffler to be quiet and you want to have your drive to be smooth and cool. Well, this is the best muffler that i found. If you have another options it's ok, this is only my suggestion.

Darren

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