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Thread: What does it mean on a muffler that has arrows pointing both ways?

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    Default What does it mean on a muffler that has arrows pointing both ways?

    I have been trying to figure out when installing a muffler what the arrows and A & B are for. The arrows point both forward and back. I have read that it is a multi direction muffler so it can be installed either direction right???

    I also read that if you do it one way versus the other it will be slightly louder.

    So which is it???

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    Yes its a multi directional muffler so it can be installed either direction and no it wont be slightly louder one way versus the other.

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    One of the inlet/outlet stubs is probably centered while the other is off-set. The new muffler should be installed so that the inlet and outlet duplicate those of the original muffler. More often than not, I believe that the inlet is centered while the outlet is off-set. If the muffler has a moisture drain hole, the hole will be on the bottom and at the rear when properly installed. Then, you can forget about the A and B.
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