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Old 09-04-2013, 08:33 AM   #36
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After listening to about three thousand exhaust clips on youtube I decided that I wanted cats... I bought an X-pipe with a pair of high flow Magnaflow cats and it was just perfect.

Just my 2 cents... your opinion is yours, and is equally valid.
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After listening to about three thousand exhaust clips on youtube I decided that I wanted cats... I bought an X-pipe with a pair of high flow Magnaflow cats and it was just perfect.

Just my 2 cents... your opinion is yours, and is equally valid.
Definitely did my research and decided I like cats
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Straight pipes are no cats no mufflers no crossover, just mid pipe and mufflers can sound ok, my car is a little bit of an unfair example because its a 4.2 cammed, but I have ling tubes no cats with X-pipe and 40's sounds great.
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Straight pipes are no cats no mufflers no crossover, just mid pipe and mufflers can sound ok, my car is a little bit of an unfair example because its a 4.2 cammed, but I have ling tubes no cats with X-pipe and 40's sounds great.
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Straight pipes are no cats no mufflers no crossover, just mid pipe and mufflers can sound ok, my car is a little bit of an unfair example because its a 4.2 cammed, but I have ling tubes no cats with X-pipe and 40's sounds great.
YOUR car, Sir, Is an exception to the rule, well, EVERY rule actually...
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I love my divorced duals with Flowmaster 40s and no cats other people say it sounds really nice and has a nice tone to it
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