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D2 rear silencer replacement?


Frode Haaland
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I have replaced the centre silencer with the "SS intermediate silencer replacement pipe", but find the cabin noise has increased way too much.

Anyone tried to replace the D2 rear silencer with a straight-through pipe - I would guess it should give a better noisereduction (at least) in the front part of cabin?

Does anyone know of any suppliers of ready-made such?

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I really can't see how a removal of a silencer, no matter if it's a rear, middle or front exhaust silencer, could contribute to noise reduction. Why do you think they're used for then?

If you just recently had this replacement done, give it a few hundred miles for some soot to build up in the new pipe and the noise will decrease a bit.

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I have replaced the centre silencer with the "SS intermediate silencer replacement pipe", but find the cabin noise has increased way too much.

Anyone tried to replace the D2 rear silencer with a straight-through pipe - I would guess it should give a better noisereduction (at least) in the front part of cabin?

Does anyone know of any suppliers of ready-made such?

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I fitted a Janspeed cat-back SS system and on my first drive with the new exhaust it was loudish inside, which I didn't want as the existing system was very quite. I thought I was wrong in fitting this system.

But as told then and cipx2 says above after 500 miles or so we are back to normal although the sound from the tail pipe is a little louder than from the old tail pipe and that I don't mind.

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