More than one way to skin a catback?
I'm desperate to set up my '99 3.8 with a louder exhaust but there are quite a few options and I hate to spend $300+ on something I end up not liking. Thats where you guys come in. At the moment I have a few parts I ordered, CAI, plugs, underdrive pulley, and some short tube headers, but I'm hesitant to jump into just any exhaust. As we know a 3.8 motor needs special treatment to get a tough sound without getting ricey. What I'm aiming for is a nice low growl with as little droning as possible. But when I hit the throttle I want that ***** to scream. Should I go dual cat-back and dump it? Or just a dual cat-back with no dump? Maybe Run a single pipe to a high flow muffler and remove the cat? I hear "Pypes" sound great, but I like the reputation of Magnaflow and BBK. What do the V6 aficionados suggest to achieve my goal?