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For all those intersted here is a pictoral to explain what is exactly inside:

REAR MUFFLER

Here is a picture showing the tube diameters and changes in pipe sizes. (Colors represents flow and direction.)


Here is a picture showing the inlet side internals of the rear muffler.


Here is a picture showing the outlet side intetnals of the rear muffler.


In the MagnaFlow HEMI system, all the neck downs and pipe size reductions are removed and higher flowing 2.5" is used both for pipe and muffler internal. TRUE 2.5" flow is maintained throughout the entire system.

**ALL IMAGES ARE COPYRIGHT Car Sound / MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust**
 

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MID BODY MUFFLER


Here is a picture showing the tube diameters and changes in pipe sizes. (Colors represents flow and direction.)


Here is a picture showing the inlet side internals of the mid body muffler.


Here is a picture showing the outlet side intetnals of the mid body muffler.


In the MagnaFlow HEMI system, all the neck downs and pipe size reductions are removed and higher flowing 2.5" is used both for pipe and muffler internal. TRUE 2.5" flow is maintained throughout the entire system.

**ALL IMAGES ARE COPYRIGHT Car Sound / MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust**
 

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Niiice....glad I yanked out the rear mufflers..on my Borla system at that!! :)
 

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Good info backed up by some cool cut-aways! How does the SRT-8 system look inside? Never mind...I see your SRT-8 post....

Todd
 

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INLET PIPES

Here is a picture showing the tube diameters and changes in pipe sizes. (Colors represents flow and direction.)

In the MagnaFlow HEMI system, all the neck downs and pipe size reductions are removed and higher flowing 2.5" is used both for pipe and muffler internal. TRUE 2.5" flow is maintained throughout the entire system.

**ALL IMAGES ARE COPYRIGHT Car Sound / MagnaFlow Performance Exhaust**
 

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I need to ask, Why the x-pipe if your using the stock muffler?
Does this impact flow?
I ask because the stock muffler dumps both exhaust into common chambers at each end of the muffler. Does that reduce the effectiveness of an X-pipe, or does the muffler not affect the X-pipe performance because it comes down stream?
 

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maneval69 said:
I need to ask, Why the x-pipe if your using the stock muffler?
Does this impact flow?
Not really understanding your question...

I ask because the stock muffler dumps both exhaust into common chambers at each end of the muffler. Does that reduce the effectiveness of an X-pipe, or does the muffler not affect the X-pipe performance because it comes down stream?
The locality of and X-pipe is primarily a consideration effecting HP and scavenging. Its purpose as a balance tube to reduce pressure wave imblances remains effective (for noise control) in most locations. Typically you will want the x at or before the primary muffler.
 
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