Porter Mufflers

From the manifold to the chrome muffler tip.

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Porter Mufflers

Post by Specialdeluxe » Sun Sep 21st, 2008 11:27

I was looking around for info on 50's mufflers to get some ideas. I heard that Porter steel pack mufflers were a muffler of choice. Turns out they are still made.

There are some sound samples on their site. Sounds good to me.

http://www.portermufflers.com/
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Re: Porter Mufflers

Post by Terra1936 » Mon May 31st, 2010 12:04

I agree they sound great! Those are 8's though. Did you ever install? I am looking into smittys. Also a vintage builder. Currently I have a straight pipe. I bought it that way. I would like a deeper cleaner tone. I will admit the straight pipe is helpful when the car next to me has their boom box cranked. A little throttle seems to drown it out!

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