A vehicle’s exhaust sound is affected by four factors.
The replacement of exhaust system components with those designed to increase the exhaust output without sound dampening will make your exhaust sound louder.
Replace the muffler with one designed to amplify the sound of your vehicle.
How can I make my car exhaust louder?
How to Make My Exhaust Sound Louder
- Replace the muffler with one designed to amplify the sound of your vehicle. Glass packs, straight-through exhausts and straight-pipe designs will significantly increase the sound output over a stock muffler.
- Add a sound-amplifying exhaust tip.
- Increase the size of your exhaust pipes by 1/2-inch to 1-inch in diameter.
Why does my car make noise when driving?
Most car noises come from the engine, belts and pulleys, hoses, exhaust system, tires, suspension system, tire to pavement contact, braking and aerodynamic interference. A car noise may be an early signal of an auto system or component failure.
What causes a roaring sound in my car?
What’s happening: You probably have a leak or crack in your exhaust system’s manifold. The roaring you hear is excess engine noise that would normally get silenced by the muffler. When your exhaust system fails, all of your engine’s sound waves and vibrations get channeled into the car. Cause for concern?
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