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Old 11-26-2003, 08:11 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Single or double wall???

What is the difference between a single wall muffler and a double wall muffler? I dunno which one to get.

magnaflow 14827(single wall) or 14829(double wall)
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still looking for some help here!
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Default Reading Topic: Single or double wall???

Usually this only refers to the tip. A single wall is just that. A simple tube. A double wall has a inner and outer surface. Sometimes it has a built-in resonator in the tip, sometimes not. More than anything else it is a cosmetic thing. So just pick what looks best to you.
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thanks so much for the info!!
now i can make a decision:)
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Default Reading Topic: Single or double wall???

i had a double wall muffler (14816) on my old car befoe
double wall mufflers look way nice imo
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