Solutions for Magnaflow exhaust drone

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  1. veblenesque

    veblenesque New Member

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    New second owner of a 2018 non-R. Used to own a 2015 GT performance package. Always wanted to a GT350 and found a low mileage '18 at the right price.

    Previous owner installed Magnaflow exhaust and I've decided that the drone around 3,000 RPM is something I can't live with.

    I've added a couple of low quality pictures of the exhaust in case it might be helpful to see a quick snapshot.

    Is it possible to replace the mufflers only, or will I need a complete catback system? Are there any other suggestions for reducing the drone?

    Thanks for the help shelby exh 1.JPG shelby exh 2.JPG
     
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    I'm sure someone on this forum has a stock exhaust sitting in their garage that may sell it.
     
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    I'd be very open to buying it (or even better to swapping this system)
     
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    Look on Ebay I've seen several for sale on there lately. I think someone is parting out a couple of GT350s.
     
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    Thank you - I noticed a couple of well priced stock exhausts on ebay. Just wondered if I might be able to simply replace the mufflers to reduce the drone.
     
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    Saw a fella have a shop weld on some j-pipes to a kooks system for a camaro that droned really bad. Says it helped dramatically, i personally have no idea if it’d work and may be more expensive than simply swapping out to a stock system or corsa mufflers
     
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    Get a stock exhaust. It just works. I'd normally push Corsa because reasons (see below) but you need to get to your baseline.
     
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