It definitely increases the volume,and has a slight "glasspack" sound to it under full throttle. Almost sounds exactly like the 1968 Bullitt!! I don't think those mufflers have any baffles at all,but more like a straight thru type.
I live in Buda and work in San Marcos, Texas. I had to drive my Bullitt through all kinds of crappy water and mud just to get home last night. At times I could feel the Bullitt being lifted off the road way due to the wake some on-coming cars were creating. I've never been scared like I was last night. I saw way too many cars that were carried off the road due to the flooding. So far I have not noticed any lasting damage to the car, but have not had a chance to look on the underside to see what kind of stuff is in the cracks and crevices of the car. During this time I was more worried about my wifes and my safety than the cars. She was caught up in the flooding in her Intrepid R/T. Way to fugggggggin scary for me.
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