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Old 07-04-2012, 07:17 PM   #1
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i was wanting to know if anyone had magnapacks on their gt? if so id like to know how they sound, thanks alot, and wheres the cheapest place to get just the mufflers?
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I have the magnaflow mufflers, I know that's not what you asked for but I love them. They are mean when you open up the throttle and nice and tame when idle. But I assume resonators to be twice as loud as the mufflers. I'm sure you'll be heard from quite a distance. Haha From what I'm told those types of exhaust sound more raspy and racecarish especially with an X pipe
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I have the magnaflow mufflers, I know that's not what you asked for but I love them. They are mean when you open up the throttle and nice and tame when idle. But I assume resonators to be twice as loud as the mufflers. I'm sure you'll be heard from quite a distance. Haha From what I'm told those types of exhaust sound more raspy and racecarish especially with an X pipe
What mufflers you have? I'm looking for something fairly cheap prolly Jus gonna do mufflers and cat deletes/ gutting for.now. lol
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I went with a MAC o/r Hpipe with the magnaflow chambered muffler stainless steel cat back from American Muscle. Think it cost me about 700 total and around 100 for installation. I had rusted bolts on my stock exhaust so I had to get a shop to do it.
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Re: exhaust

look into a mac prochamber...you won't be dissapointed

i've heard them with mac mufflers and it's a great combo...but they also sound good with flowmasters
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okay thanks alot guys, i found some one chamber magnaflows on amazon for 65 each, i might try those idk yet, ima look into the pro chambers first
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remember a prochamber is just a new midpipe...not mufflers...but it's an amazing difference from an h or x pipe
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Pro chamber is like $300 x.x
A simple Hpipe will run you $120 MAKE SURE YOU GET THE RIGHT SIZE to fit your stock headers.
IMO I'd get a whole exhaust kit. The wider tubes make better sound and performance and they are mandrel bent. But I'm the kinda guy who says if I'm going to do it, I'm gonna spend the money to do it right the first time.
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Pro chamber is like $300 x.x
A simple Hpipe will run you $120 MAKE SURE YOU GET THE RIGHT SIZE to fit your stock headers.
IMO I'd get a whole exhaust kit. The wider tubes make better sound and performance and they are mandrel bent. But I'm the kinda guy who says if I'm going to do it, I'm gonna spend the money to do it right the first time.
to me it's worth the money lol...but of course used they run around $50-100....i found mine for $30 on craigslist
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to me it's worth the money lol...but of course used they run around $50-100....i found mine for $30 on craigslist
You found a h pipe for 30?
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