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    Default 505 front silencer

    hello
    looking inside this aftermarket silencer i found it has this blockage inside, close to the inlet side.
    is it normal? can it slow down the gas flow?

    i got a walker silencer that hasn't got it, and its pipe is plain and free inside (i would use it but there's a lot of powder inside when you shake it).

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    2pac,
    From your picture the "blockage" in the muffler appears to be an original baffle ?
    The Walker muffler, usually a good replacement, with the loose powder inside? The innards may be breaking lose.
    Are both mufflers pre-used [loved ]?

    Blocked mufflers can cause hard starting and in the extreme, poor performance. A vacuum gauge reading will indicate exhaust back pressure.

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    the one in the picture is made in israel and been in use for couple of months, and the baffle is original, question is if it's suppose to be that way.
    the walker was sitting on a non working car for 8 years.

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