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Old 09-09-2013, 02:36 PM   #1
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Exhaust recomendations????

Flowmaster super 44's. slp loudmouths or magnapacks. I want loud but not horrifying
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Old 09-09-2013, 02:41 PM   #2
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Flowmaster super 44's. slp loudmouths or magnapacks. I want loud but not horrifying
Borla or bassani
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Old 09-09-2013, 02:42 PM   #3
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44s with an X pipe or probly magnapacks with an H. LM1 is annoyingly loud in my personal opinion but to each their own
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SLP. You'll love it man. If you put it on a catted mid pipe then it's loud but not too loud offroad would scream.
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Flowmaster super 44's. slp loudmouths or magnapacks. I want loud but not horrifying
So I guess Borla attack' are out of the question? Lol!!
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Borla s type with an off road x. Love it
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Borla s type with an off road x. Love it
+1 that's what I run.
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do borlas sound good in person? in vids that i hear they dont sound like a big deal
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do borlas sound good in person? in vids that i hear they dont sound like a big deal
Just deep and they don't clankity clank like loudmouths..much healthier sounding exhaust.
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+1 that's what I run.
Lol ive just chopped my cats and welded in some m80s for the time being but i plan on LT, shorty off-road x with the borla s type. Sounds sooooo good
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Lol ive just chopped my cats and welded in some m80s for the time being but i plan on LT, shorty off-road x with the borla s type. Sounds sooooo good
I plan on the same thing..but not for a while working on looks and have to get my new rear in.

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Sorry OP, for getting off topic. get on you tube..it will help a little. Doesn't do much justice for many but will give you an idea. Anything is better than stock and you will be pleased with any of them.
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how do borla mufflers look like ? are they single chambered like slp's or do they have several options on mufflers?
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how do borla mufflers look like ? are they single chambered like slp's or do they have several options on mufflers?
Atak and s type are the ones I know of..they have a site and they tell exactly what they are and differences.
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I've been looking at mid-pipes lately.. Still caught between catted or O/R. I have the Borla S -Type catback right now.. But I want it to be louder (not obnoxiously loud). Would a catted mid-pipe make it much louder? I've been looking at the MAC o/r H pipe..
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I've been looking at mid-pipes lately.. Still caught between catted or O/R. I have the Borla S -Type catback right now.. But I want it to be louder (not obnoxiously loud). Would a catted mid-pipe make it much louder? I've been looking at the MAC o/r H pipe..
Go with a Mac Pro chamber. I loved it prior to my long tubes and x. Gave the car a deep aggressive growl and was not overly loud. It is without cats and would prob compliment ur cat back well
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Go with a Mac Pro chamber. I loved it prior to my long tubes and x. Gave the car a deep aggressive growl and was not overly loud. It is without cats and would prob compliment ur cat back well
That's what I was thinking. Cause I also don't wanna spend an extra $200-$300 just for a Catted midpipe. Thanks for the advice
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Yeah dude I've never heard the Borlas in person but what sold me on the pro chamber was a buddy in college had it with magnapacks and that thing rocked. After that I was set until I broke down and bought long tubes.
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Yeah dude I've never heard the Borlas in person but what sold me on the pro chamber was a buddy in college had it with magnapacks and that thing rocked. After that I was set until I broke down and bought long tubes.
Well once I get my mid-pipe ill definitely upload a video for you to hear.
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Mac prochamber! I will be ordering one soon as well!
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Borla or bassani
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Old 09-15-2013, 07:40 AM   #21
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Go with flow 10s they're like the slp of the flowmaster brand and theyre what I have with an o/r h and its loud but not obnoxious at times like my slps before lol
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Go with flow 10s they're like the slp of the flowmaster brand and theyre what I have with an o/r h and its loud but not obnoxious at times like my slps before lol
Um its not close lol outlaw mufflers are like slp. Flow 10s are more tame and sound way better
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I run hooker long tubes o/r h pipe NA magnaflow magnapack cat back. It's loud when I lay in to it but civilized when cruising here is an idlin video with a slight rev to maybe 3500-4000 rpm. It's a clean sound and doesn't sound like you bought glass packs from pep boys. . http://youtu.be/pl5NQ3G3wCM
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I run hooker long tubes o/r h pipe NA magnaflow magnapack cat back. It's loud when I lay in to it but civilized when cruising here is an idlin video with a slight rev to maybe 3500-4000 rpm. It's a clean sound and doesn't sound like you bought glass packs from pep boys. . http://youtu.be/pl5NQ3G3wCM
Its kinda misleading when you have cams lol
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Mac prochamber! I will be ordering one soon as well!
Do you think it will make my set up obnoxiously loud? Or should I just save up and spend more for a catted?
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Do you think it will make my set up obnoxiously loud? Or should I just save up and spend more for a catted?
A prochamber is louder than without cats but it is not obnoxious. Its the most quiet midpipe
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A prochamber is louder than without cats but it is not obnoxious. Its the most quiet midpipe
Alright sounds good.
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Ursula has BBK long tubes into an off road x finishing with Spintech muffs!

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I run a catless H pipe and magnaflows. I absolutely love it. It sounds clean as hell and its deep and it rumbles. Really loud when you get on it too. In my opinion it sounds like the perfect blend of old and new muscle. Heres a video of the exhaust:

http://youtu.be/wGHSTVwOaNs
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I have an O/R prochamber with flow 44s and it sounds like nice and deep through the entire rpm range and it's also pretty loud.
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Yea my car came with flowmaster mufflers and I've heard vids of em with the prochamber so I'm just adding the prochamber and callin it good for now as far as exhaust goes haha
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Offroad x with loudmouths, trust me if your looking for attention that is the combo, I actually scare people at my school parking lot
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Offroad x with loudmouths, trust me if your looking for attention that is the combo, I actually scare people at my school parking lot
I've heard loudmouths are probably the loudest out there. I'm sure the idle is really nice, but with that o/r x pipe doesn't get annoying loud? When cruising at higher rpms or when goin full throttle
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