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Old 07-14-2011, 01:24 PM   #1
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Catback or axleback??

So my next upgrade is my exhaust! Most of you know I don't know much about cars and but I do know more about stangs and of course I'm learning from ya'll lol.

So. I'm going with the borla stingers. But should i go with an axle back or cat back? I've done a little research on them and trying to really understand the difference. I'm doing this mod before september, so I dont have a whole lot of time any advice would be great!
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I would say axle back if you only want the sound. If you are going to be modding the car for more power in the future then catback. That's my opinion.
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Well that's the hard part. I'm still not sure if I will keep it and pay it off and continue to mod it or if I'll trade it in on my next stang. But I take it cutback is for power and axle back is for sound only
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To be honest unless you do the full exhaust, headers all the way out they are "about" the same. What I mean is not enough difference for the average to notice. Unless you have big plans for huge engine upgrades I would get the cheaper of the two so you could mod something else. But that's just me.
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Makes sense. I'll probably do the axle back then. I have a tendency to not keep vehicles very long before I trade them haha and my next purchase is a Shelby so I'm probably better off that way. Thanks for the info tho
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No prob.... Happy hunting
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