Guys, back when I began this thread it was regarding the cats.
I am bringing it back to the TOP because of the mufflers. As mentioned earlier on, after the stock cats there's the BORLA exhaust system installed. The stock mufflers were bad so I had the Borla exhaust installed at a local shop. Purchased it used from a guy who decided to remove it from his BBody. Anyway, I was keeping it for the Impala but thought hey, I need something for the Fleetwood. Well, it was installed but having a hard time getting used to the cabin noise and I think I prefer the quietness instead
. I thought the mufflers would be much quieter on the inside but like I said, I am still getting used to them. Just the other day as I arrived at my parents' house my oldest niece told me, 'that's a loud car.'
. I actually thought it sounds louder inside than it does outside but could be wrong.
All the video clips I came across in youtube are from the outside but none from inside cabin. Is it normal for a Borla exhaust system to sound like that? Do all performance exhaust systems sound like this inside the cabin?
There have been time where a Bbody passes by and the exhaust is really loud and wondered how loud would it be inside that car's cabin
Since I initially inquired about catalytic converters, now I'd like to ask if there's anything that is as close to factory (i.e. mufflers, resonators)?
401 Safari suggested some a few years back (before getting Borla exhaust) so I will go back to that message. As always, your feedback/comments will be greatly appreciated.
Merry Christmas to all