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Q: I want it to be louder

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I justhink want to know , what can I put on my impala to make it loud I don't really care for speed I just want you to hear me coming down the street .

My car has 155977 miles.
My car has an automatic transmission.

If louder is your thing, you should talk to someone at a local exhaust shop. I bet they’ll have some aftermarket exhaust options for you. Just keep in mind, you may be meeting more of your local law enforcement folks, too.

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