After watching car movies like "The Fast and the Furious," you might be inspired to have your car look and sound like that. Although making your vehicle look like that may cost you a lot of money, making it sound louder and cooler doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg. With the proper techniques and tools, you can make your car sound louder in your own garage.Here are several ways to make your car louder.
Things You'll Need
- drill wrench set glass packs performance exhaust
Making a Car Louder
Locate your muffler under the back of your car. Drill 10 to 15 holes evenly around the base of the muffler.
Unbolt the brackets that hold your muffler in place. Unscrew the bolts that connect your muffler to the exhaust pipe from your engine. Remove the muffler. Know that while removing your muffler will make your car much louder, it is illegal in some states to drive a vehicle on the roads without the proper exhaust system.
Unbolt the brackets that hold your muffler in place. Unscrew the bolts that connect your muffler to the exhaust pipe from your engine. Remove the muffler. Purchase glass packs online or from your local auto store. They fit right where the muffler did and bracket to your car frame the same way too. Connect the glass pack to your exhaust pipe and re-connect the brackets. A glass pack makes your exhaust system street legal because it is like removing your muffler, but it has fiberglass in it for minor exhaust quieting, plus they are fairly inexpensive, starting as low as $20.
Check out the Flowmaster link in Resources. Also search out performance exhaust dealers in your area. Professionally installed dual and quadruple performance exhaust pipe systems really pump up the volume. These installations can range from $200 to $20,000.
Tips & Warnings
- Remember it is illegal in some states to drive a vehicle on the roads without the proper exhaust system.
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