Are you sure the dealer didn't put an aftermarket muffler on it? They are usually pretty quite stock. I know our local Chevy dealers put Magnaflows on their trucks to change the sound just a bit.
Looked under the truck this morning for the first time. Muffler looks stock to me.Tmaxxattack said:Are you sure the dealer didn't put an aftermarket muffler on it? They are usually pretty quite stock. I know our local Chevy dealers put Magnaflows on their trucks to change the sound just a bit.
Brand new truck, haven't updated my sig yet. But I will.Blackbeauty said:I don't see anywhere in your profile or your sig or outside my office window or written in the clouds in the sky what model Titan you bought. Was it a KC? CC? SWB? LWB? The length of the system will be different for the different bed lengths. It will make a difference in the drone level of the system. It's just the physics of air pressure and piping. I know my '06 CC doesn't have any drone with the stock exhaust. Up to the '08 model year, only one length chassis and exhaust system was available. Maybe if we knew your truck's configuration, someone can better pinpoint the resolution.
Good luck with the truck!
I can't believe you didn't think of that sooner! :rofl:PRJ said:The drone is nice. But when your on a 3,000 mile round trip for fishing it kind of gets old listening to that drone going down the interstate.
Maybe I need to turn up the radio.:teethmast
I haven't yet, Bud. I can't convince myself that adding that exhaust tip is going to quieten it down. The darned thing costs like $150.00 and I'm skepticle. BUt I gotta tell ya, the exhaust growl and drone drives me crazy. Coming from a very quiet Lariat, this motor is loud. Too loud for someone like me that likes quiet.BudsbigT said:Ken, Did you try the exhaust tip that was recommended? I just got a 2008.5 LE and have noticed the same thing. Came from a Chevy Avalanche which was very quiet. Bud