Model A Ford Muffler - Original Tapered Style - Steel, Painted Black - Usa on 2040-parts.com
Medford, Oregon, United States
Manufacturer Part Number:A-5230-BS
Why Buy An Aries Muffler?
1. The flange is the right size and and shape. It actually fits correctly and requires no bending or adjustment. Once clamped to the manifold, it will not come loose. By using a small amount of muffler sealer, you can achieve a permanent seal to the manifold.
2. The Original Design provides for very low backpressure. Less than 25% of the backpressure of the low cost alternative. It's quieter — but still has the same "putt, putt" sound!
3. This means more power and a slightly lower operating temperature at full load or high speed. Dyno Tests have shown an 8% increase over the low cost muffler.
4. All tubing is the same size throughout the tube; Mandrill bending is used as originally specified, maintaining the full cross-section at all points along the pipes.
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