I was reading an article in a car magazine and they said , talking about a car show event, “the spectators really enjoyed it when we used the cut-outs”. I thought and thought about what the statement meant, what the heck is a “cut-out” and why would the spectators like it? I finally figured out they must be talking about a method the driver can temporarily bypass the muffler and cause a big exhaust noise to come out the tailpipe. Does that sound correct?
If so, just curious how exactly is that done? So the driver can change the exhaust path to include or not include the muffler, all while still driving the car?