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Old 07-12-2014, 10:27 PM   #1
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I want a loud but very smooth exhaust. Im also thinking about longtube headers.
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O/r H pipe, long tubes and flowmasters will give u a loud and deep smooth tone
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O/r H pipe, long tubes and flowmasters will give u a loud and deep smooth tone

But what do i do about passing inspection?
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But what do i do about passing inspection?

1) Hope they don't check for cats... Or 2) they notice they aren't there but luckily let you slide without them.



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I mean u dont need long tubes or an o/r h pipe, or even an H pipe. Thats just for the best possible exhaust. I have a y pipe with dual flowmaster 44s and it sounds great for me, not quiet but not loud and very very very deep
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I mean u dont need long tubes or an o/r h pipe, or even an H pipe. Thats just for the best possible exhaust. I have a y pipe with dual flowmaster 44s and it sounds great for me, not quiet but not loud and very very very deep

I want to find a offroad y-pipe or a less catted one till i have money to buy a full exhaust setup and a gt rear bumper.
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You can add MIL Eliminators to where the 02 sensors would be placed at. This will trick your cars computer thinking that the 02 sensors are there. If you decide not to replace 02 sensors with MIL's then the Engine light would be on

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Off road H pipe or X pipe with Borla singers exhaust.

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You can add MIL Eliminators to where the 02 sensors would be placed at. This will trick your cars computer thinking that the 02 sensors are there. If you decide not to replace 02 sensors with MIL's then the Engine light would be on

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I have a tuner so thats not a problem


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I mean u dont need long tubes or an o/r h pipe, or even an H pipe. Thats just for the best possible exhaust. I have a y pipe with dual flowmaster 44s and it sounds great for me, not quiet but not loud and very very very deep

Do you have a sound clip? This sounds like a interesting and inexpensive setup.


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