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Exhaust mods?

I searched and came up with capping off the vac lines at the exhaust actuators, which is the same as stock ďsport modeĒ. I want a little more but not a drone sound like others said about aftermarket exhausts. Has anyone just replaced or modified the mufflers? I donít want to guy a muffler and have it be annoying loud. Just 10% more throaty sound is about what Iím looking for. Also Iím not looking to spend huge money. Itís a nice weather fun car.
 
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Look at post from 5-11-18.
 

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Post from 5-15-18 is mine. I am very happy with the result fyi... very snarly
 
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Are we sure itís Titanium?

Ok so I was digging around online for two reasons . 1 if itís Titanium like the post says I saw where If its cut with a grinder the shavings can catch fire??? And not be put out with water.and 2 I would rather not use foil tape. I came across this as I was searching to see if I could weld it back up (I have a nice mig) but it wonít weld Titanium. And I guess as you weld it or sparks are near shavings they can catch fire???? Thereís even a YouTube video of the Titanium shaving fire. I guess I would have never though.

So are we sure its titanium?? Am I way off on this?? Thanks
 
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Titanium is not as (unstable) as magnesium. One would have to deliberately combine a few elements with the titanium to start a reaction.

in order to get a professional weld on white metal, which includes titanium , Tig weld it.

Do not know what material the exhaust is. However, if a magnet sticks; Mig weld away. Although, could be stainless, mildly magnetic, then Mig weld it, if you've got the touch. A titanium exhaust system turns yellowish.
 
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