|Posted on Monday, September 20, 2010 - 01:00 am: ||
Jardine muffler ALUMINUM,CARBON,TITANIUM.
What is the true difference? What would you buy?
|Posted on Monday, September 20, 2010 - 02:23 am: ||
the carbon fiber ones blow apart if you don't repack them on a regular basis.
The aluminum ones will hold up pretty well, I have 26,000 miles on mine, but I re-pack it about every 5000 miles or so.
it really starts to sound like crap when the packing is blown out of it.
I don't know about the titanium ones.
|Posted on Monday, September 20, 2010 - 09:31 am: ||
What would you buy?
absolutely none of the above. I don't like the looks, sound, performance or durability of the Jardine cans. If on a budget, I'd have Odie at special Ops mod my stock can- all 4 of the above issues are addressed with his.
that said, it's not just the CF Jardine that has issues if you don't repack- the aluminum also. I believe the "titanium" version is just a color change.
|Posted on Monday, September 20, 2010 - 11:39 am: ||
I've got ~30K on my CF can with zero problems. I repacked it once after the first 10K. I also have the Quite Tip in mine. Many claim this causes them to fail quicker.
Honestly they are a very low budget can that I probably wouldn't buy again, even though I've had good luck so far. It's still louder than I would like even with the Quite Tip.