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Free horsepower for every car, simple tip to unlock a few ponies. Silencer Removal

99% of modern vehicles on the road have some form of sound baffle. Car enthusiasts love to hear their engines but the masses don't so a sound baffle is installed in most vehicles and even in a lot of performance cars. Let those few extra horses lose and locate your sound baffle and huck it in the trash!


 


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