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Old 09-10-2014, 07:31 PM   #1
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Loudest setup

I want the loudest setup with me keeping the factory ypipe. What are the suggestions?
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I want the loudest setup with me keeping the factory ypipe. What are the suggestions?

X-pipes with mac exhaust will do the job. Heard it sounds nasty. But i could be wrong.


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X-pipes with mac exhaust will do the job. Heard it sounds nasty. But i could be wrong.


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I live in north carolina so i cant get an offroad xpipe and i dont have the money to buy a catted one and i dont have the expertise to install one
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I live in north carolina so i cant get an offroad xpipe and i dont have the money to buy a catted one and i dont have the expertise to install one

Then my friend. Id hit the local muffler shop and get straight pipes and have them weld the old cats on. Cheapest way ever . Lol


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X-pipes with mac exhaust will do the job. Heard it sounds nasty. But i could be wrong.


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H pipe sounds better on our v6. X pipes can make it raspy


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Cut out the muffler.
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I just want it loud without touching the cats. Like i want it to be as loud as possible
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Honestly the loudest setup on a v6 will probably sound like crap

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Honestly the loudest setup on a v6 will probably sound like crap

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Well its a v6 so i cant do anything about it
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Don't go for loudest is what I'm saying go for loud and good exhaust note

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Don't go for loudest is what I'm saying go for loud and good exhaust note

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I just want it to crackle
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take it to an exhaust shop, have them cut the pipes AFTER the cats.
You can get a x-pipe, h-pipe or straight exhaust welded on after.
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Mine has true duels after the cats and it has some crackle to it after you get on it

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Cut off the y-pipe as it restricts flow and sound and weld two pipes right after the cats and dump them under the car. That will get you the loudest exhaust without compromising factory cats. It will produce a deeper rumble as it's under the car and won't require a gt bumper to look right with tips.
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Loudest setup

Strait pipe it, cheap loud and sounds pretty dang good for a v6
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Cut off the y-pipe as it restricts flow and sound and weld two pipes right after the cats and dump them under the car. That will get you the loudest exhaust without compromising factory cats. It will produce a deeper rumble as it's under the car and won't require a gt bumper to look right with tips.

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Strait pipe it, cheap loud and sounds pretty dang good for a v6

Well i just bought the pypes m-80 which is basically a straight pipe
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Best sound is h pipe off road. But I didn't have the money so I went true duels catted with flow 40s. Sick nasty sound only cost me 337 install parts and all.


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I took my stock axle-backs off and got pipes welded to 4 inch tips and it is pretty dang loud but at the same time still sounds good.
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Old 09-23-2014, 07:50 PM   #20
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http://youtu.be/OWNWYqHE3lU

this is my setup and i keep the factory cats
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this is my setup and i keep the factory cats

Sounds just how you want to sound for a v6 brotha. Good job


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Sounds just how you want to sound for a v6 brotha. Good job


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sounds like a civic on the inside now😂
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sounds like a civic on the inside now😂
Hahaha its ok mine still sounds weak too



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take it off after the y pipe. It sounds a little weird at first but you get used to it and its really loud!!!
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I have an 03 3.8L, man i get asked alot if i had something done to the engine because it sounds slightly like a v8 but mine has xpipes flowmaster 40 series. But all i have on it is an cold air intake.


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I have an 03 3.8L, man i get asked alot if i had something done to the engine because it sounds slightly like a v8 but mine has xpipes flowmaster 40 series. But all i have on it is an cold air intake.


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