As some of you have noticed, the electronic throttle can be a bit slow to respond and in an attempt to alleviate the problem I installed a Magnaflow 14829 today. It seems to have improved the response by about 50%. I no longer have that sensation of pressing on the gas for a inch before the car takes off. it truly feels much quicker.
My regular installer chose to miss our appointment so I wandered across the street to Midas to get it done. I'm glad I did, those guys were very professional. Instead of cutting the old muff off and welding the new one on they removed the flange and old muff measured and welded the flange to the Magnaflow. What a concept!
There is not much room on the 330 compared to the 300 because of the spare tire. They had to cut and shorten the forward hanger to move the wider Magnaflow over to keep it off the spare. They had to remove the tow hook on that side to get extra room.
Where my old installer simply welded steel hangers to my new muffler Carlos went to the trouble to manufacture new hangers with rubber donuts and mount them on top to keep them out of sight.
If you Dallas guys need any quality exhaust installs I can recommend Midas at NW HiWy and Abrams just East of Keller's hamburgers, Home of the No. 5 Special!
In this vid I am getting on the freeway so I was having to dodge traffic which is why it isn't a straight run up to 70. As you can hear the sound is pretty much stock, just a bit throatier and doesn't get angry until about 4k. It's very muted in the cabin.
I don't know why I can't imbed the vid here!
On the 300 the muffler is after the axle and the resonator is after the cat, on the 330 that is reversed so I basically replaced the resonator with the flow through Magnaflow. Exhaust moves faster so there is an improvement but I could still make easy improvements on the exhaust system.
I got what I wanted which was improved throttle response but I know myself and I can see that the itch will be back.