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Re: Lucas kiss my $$

To: William Thompson <willy1959@gmail.com>
Subject: Re: Lucas kiss my $$
Date: Fri, 22 Apr 2005 12:51:50 -0400
Cc: "Robert E. Shlafer" <PilotRob@webtv.net>, Aleksandr Milewski <n6mod@milewski.org>, Frank Clarici <spritenut@exit109.com>, Spridgets <spridgets@autox.team.net>
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I thought I might chime in again. 

We bought a 2002 low miles Miata last fall to serve as my wife's 
commuter car.  It is way too quiet at idle; standing next to it, I'm 
never sure if it's running.  But from the driver's seat as I wind it 
through the gears, it makes a nice throaty sound.  I speculate what that 
might be like with a more open exhaust, but for now, my wife prefers the 
stealth mode of the current setup.  Now if something were to happen to 
that stock exhaust, I might need to replace it. 

William Thompson wrote:

>thats why mine has a catback BORLA on it, it SOUNDS Greeeeaaat
>On 4/22/05, Robert E. Shlafer <PilotRob@webtv.net> wrote:
>>Are you kidding???
>>Miatas are a dream to drive, own. They do
>>no ONE thing extremely well....they just do
>>EVERYTHING very well.....with comfort to boot.
>>My biggest complaint...they're too damn quiet!! No "sports car" exhaust 
>>you want a more "quiet" exhaust system???
>>Balderdash say I! I wanna hear the damn
>>thing...coming and going!! :):)
>>Cap'n Bob
>>RC40 Frog

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