[DML] Exhaust System Options
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[DML] Exhaust System Options

Since my '81 D is also past that WA 25-year milestone where 
emissions testing is no longer required, I'm wondering if there's an 
exhaust option that has been found to make a significant difference 
in an otherwise stock PRV.  

I've done some fiddling with the intake, replacing the stock air 
filter and box with a free-flow cold air system and that's helped 
the little D's spunkiness a little but I'm looking for first-hand 
experience with other bolt-on-no-other-major-changes alterations 
that are worth the cost.  

Has anyone coughed up the $Grand or so for John Hervey's stainless 
steel headers/mufflers system and with what result?  Not complaining 
about the price, it's obviously a costly item to construct, but I'm 
wanting to know if the change in performance is really worth the 
investment?  How about the noise level?  I've tried all 3 of 
his .mpg links on the website to check out the sound but they have 
led me to dead ends so I don't know what the difference is in noise 
level.  I really enjoy the quiet cabin of my D.  I am willing to 
sacrafice some noise level for performance if I have to, but don't 
want to need another amp to be able to hear the stereo.

Any info happily welcomed.


Craig Werner

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