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OK here goes...........I've had my soft dash '95 classic 3.9SE for 15 years now and never managed to get the exhaust right. I've had cheap rubbish that barely lasted a year but did sound OK before it broke, I've had a mega expensive stainless steel custom made unit that sounded OK at a standstill but was so loud on the motorway it gave me a headache after very few miles. I've had manifold bolts and y-pipe bolts fall out and various other exhaust troubles. Currently I have an expensive mild steel system that sounds like I'm driving an out of tune trombone, especially on the motorway between 2500-3500 rpm.
There surely has to be an answer to this??? I just want it to sound like it did when it came out of the factory (ie: very quiet), is that too much to ask?
Any opinions welcomed, you may see this on different forums as I'm asking the question of everyone I know!
 

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retrofit to factory oe, if v8 it uses 2 mufflers thus it is very quiet.
This ^^^
If you want it to sound factory get factory. I think you can still source most of it. Check with Craddocks & Paddocks. A quick glance looked promising.

Option from the US but kind of pricey & plus shipping... https://www.roverparts.com/Parts/9938
 

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So is it Called LG
Like genuine
I got a lg exsaust off eBay
Easy install
But bottom rubbed when stuck in mud and busted open
I just weld small plates on it
Eventually will get maybe better lg muffler
 
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