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Roy roy o
Marietta, GA, USA   USA
Whats a good generic muffler to use on a TR ?

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Reddragon Dale M
Chesapeake, Virginia, USA   USA
1963 Triumph TR4 "Road Runner"
1974 Triumph TR6 "Tweety"
Roy

On the Tr 6, there is a Dyno Max round muffler. It does not drone going down the highway between 60 -70 mph with the top down. Gives good sound going thru the gears.

Red

TR3driver Randall Y
Confusion, Los Angeles, USA   USA
I've been having the local muffler shop install Cherry Bomb brand mufflers on all my Triumphs. They come in various lengths and diameters, seem to last a long time. The part I like best is letting him be the one under the car with rust falling in his eyes.
https://cherrybomb.com/



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Trike4 Marcus G
Brighton, Michigan, USA   USA
1963 Triumph TR4
1963 Triumph TR4 "Trike"
A muffler shop can install anything that fits, but you'll want a muffler and resonator. Without the resonator the sound is way too loud. If you want Originality then you'll be going to Moss, TRF, or English parts, etc....

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Geko Stef SG
Kuala Lumpur, WP, Malaysia   MYS
Is there such thing like a "generic" muffler? Sounds funny to me

oldhokie Gold Member DAN ALLEN
Myersville, Maryland, USA   USA
In reply to # 1488541 by Geko Is there such thing like a "generic" muffler? Sounds funny to me

More commonly described as "universal" fit. I plan on using two of these on mine:

MagnaFlow SS Performance Muffler

Dan


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