Small Engines Super Trapp Quiet Muffler Selection Guide

Published on March 20th, 2015 | by Jacks

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Super Trapp Quiet Muffler Selection Guide

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For exhaust silencing, you must use the optional resonator.

Use the 3s Models if space is limited. The 5s models are the quietest when equipped with the optional resonators. Three types of 5s resonators are available, 4″, 5″ tri-tube and 6″ tri-tube. With the 6″ tri-tube being the quietest. This is a retro-fit muffler that can be used on most gas, diesel and 2 cycle engines. Many engines have an exhaust port that is threaded with National Pipe Threads (NPT). It is just a matter of removing your existing muffler and inspecting the exhaust port. The threaded (npt) models listed on the 3s and 5s pages can be screwed into those engines. Please note that all the available information on these mufflers is contained on our web pages. This is a retro-fit muffler, we can not offer any further suggestions in the application or use of these mufflers than what is listed on our web pages.

Engine Size
Exhaust Silencing Requirements
Silencing
at minimum cost
Maximum Silencing
in unlimited space
Maximum Silencing
in limited space
If used as
the only muffler
Adding on to Existing Muffler
Diameter Limited
Length Limited
2-8 HP
2S
3S + Resonator 3S If space permits, use largest diameter model available for given inlet size. Always use the optional Resonator. Always use the largest diameter model available for given inlet size. Always use the optional Resonator if space permits.
8-10 HP
3S
3S + Resonator 3S
10-40 HP
3S
5S + Resonator 5S
40-100 HP
5S
5S + Resonator 5S

Specifications

supertrapp

How it Compares




Exhaust Noise Level, dba
(Measured 20″ and 45~ from outlet. Subtract 25 dba for approx. noise at 50′.)
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Jack's Small Engines has been providing parts for outdoor power equipment online since 1997. We also run a service center for outdoor power equipment like riding mowers, snow blowers, generators, chainsaws, and just about anything else.



2 Responses to Super Trapp Quiet Muffler Selection Guide

  1. Laverne Caldeira says:

    I have a John Deere Diesel engine about 50 hp that drives an agricultural pump. Several years ago I purchased from John Deer a residential muffler for the engine it is now in need of replacement and I want to do better this time. I would prefer maximum noise reduction, I live approximately 1500 feet from this engine and the sound bothers me especially at night. Will your product provide some relief ?

  2. tommy greene says:

    I have a 2001 club car golf car and a miller bobcat 225 welder can you help me quite them down?

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