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Hey guys long story short i got rear ended and my pipe got smashed the shop ordered a new one but it doesn't seem as loud might be me but do i have the right year pipe the code on it is E10665 9 M-H6S011H-AC any help would be great
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The new probably has the sound baffle while your old one might had the sound baffle removed



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They aint as loud when theyre brand new. Takes some time to break in
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They aint as loud when theyre brand new. Takes some time to break in
Exactly. Or the baffle could be another possibility. My guess is this though. They get louder with use.

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Give it time, as others have stated...it'll get louder with use.

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I'll swap you my used for you new if you like. Lol


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Once the new packing is broke in it'll get a little louder.
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Goose899: are any parts from your old exhaust useable? I'm looking for three parts to repair my Akra:
-Carbon fiber end cap
-Exhaust mount that holds on to subframe.
-Exhaust inlet cap (metal connecting pipe to can)



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As has already been stated a combination of baffle removal and mileage will resolve your issue. That is assuming you have not done the first part. Either way you have a quality slipon.
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