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Old 12-02-2012, 02:32 PM   #1
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Exhaust for Christmas

What exhaust should I get? I'm just wanting a cat back. No x pipe, h pipe, or headers. 2001 GT
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Comes down to personal choice
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What exhaust should I get? I'm just wanting a cat back. No x pipe, h pipe, or headers. 2001 GT
I myself have the FlowMaster American Thunder series
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Lm1's are nice. But like stated above there's a bunch out there so go to YouTube
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I was thinking lm1 but I don't want it obnoxiously loud and I want an aggressive sound.
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Magnaflow or flowmaster
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Old 12-02-2012, 03:18 PM   #7
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Borla is nice as well as bassani
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What exhaust should I get? I'm just wanting a cat back. No x pipe, h pipe, or headers. 2001 GT
Well with what you said... No mid pipes at all! So loudmouth 1 should be fine. Not overly loud because you just want the catback.
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Well with what you said... No mid pipes at all! So loudmouth 1 should be fine. Not overly loud because you just want the catback.
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Borla is nice as well as bassani
Those are a little to pricey.

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I'm going to go with Slp lm1
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