Since Day 1, our goal at Extreme Mufflers has been the development of sound control without sacrificing horsepower. As dyno charts from Ed Pink Racing Engines and Bob Wirth R & D Manufacturing show, we have achieved that.
After years of dyno and track testing, Extreme Mufflers developed a race muffler that doesn’t sacrifice performance for sound levels. Meeting tracks’ noise requirements was a win-win for racers, engine builders, track promoters, and the communities.
Extreme Mufflers are a flow-thru design, unlike most “race mufflers” on the market today that adversely affect the engine performance. They are considered sound abortion-style mufflers. The muffler has no chambers or walls to redirect or restrict the flow to deaden sound, which causes power loss and engine tuning issues.
One of the other areas we recognized as a problem was the muffler size. In many race cars and high-performance applications, it is difficult to fit the muffler into the available area. So we offer many of our mufflers in various sizes to help with that issue, or we’ve put the correct turnout on it for you to improve the ease of installation.
Whether you are a track promoter or city official trying to deal with race car noise issues, an engine builder wanting to make sure the required exhaust system doesn’t affect your work, or a racer wishing to select the right product to meet your tracks dB requirements, we are here to help.
Dan has been in the racing and high-performance industry for over four decades, starting at Peterson Publishing, Hot Rod, Car Craft, Rod & Custom magazines publisher, then as regional sales manager for Sun Electric out of Chicago.
After many years with Sun Electric, Dan started Creative Marketing, a performance manufacturing representative agency for high-performance and racing manufacturers throughout the 11 western states. Creative Marketing represented companies like Borla, working with their distributors and being active at many racing events, from sprint cars to NHRA national events.
Being involved for many years with numerous aspects of the racing and hi-performance industry, Dan saw noise issues arising for track promoters due to city growth and some tracks closing due to race car noise. So, in 2004 he started Extreme Mufflers to help meet the needs of both racers and track promoters.
We look forward to helping you with your race and performance exhaust muffler questions or issues.