jamiesong Posted December 18, 2008 Share Posted December 18, 2008 I searched and couldn't come up with much, so bear with me... I didn't really notice on my OEM setup, but I've been running the Megan for a bit, and now that it's getting cold and the exhaust steams up more, I've noticed a significant difference in flow between the two mufflers. I'm just guessing it's part of the characteristic of the piping from the cat back and where it splits at the Y-pipe, but... THIS much difference? http://i243.photobucket.com/albums/ff157/jg7734/Legacy/exhaust_flow.jpg I'll need to jack it up at some point to check and make sure everything is snug where they Y meets the muffler connections... Edit: After my drive into work I got out and checked, the driver's side tip was warm to the touch, but not hot like the passenger side. Thoughts? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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