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Old 04-06-2012, 01:48 AM   #1
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Exhaust requst for 99 gt

Hey so this town I live in has ****ty roads and I came up over a hill and a rock caught my exhaust and broke the brackets off so I'm just looking at getting new exhaust what would sound deep and throaty and what's the price range?
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Hey so this town I live in has ****ty roads and I came up over a hill and a rock caught my exhaust and broke the brackets off so I'm just looking at getting new exhaust what would sound deep and throaty and what's the price range?
Depends on if your going catless or catted or are you just changing your mufflers?
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Well when I ran per that rock it got caught on my catalytic converter and broken its mountings so I might as well get just the works from headers down
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Well when I ran per that rock it got caught on my catalytic converter and broken its mountings so I might as well get just the works from headers down
It's kind of hard bc I have stock headers and I'm not going to change them to LT headers until I get ready for cams....but all I have done is a Bassani o/r x pipe with flowmaster super 44s
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What are cams btw, I got quiet abut to learn still
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i got magnaflow exhusts there actually pretty mean sounding really deep and loud
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Oh damn I didn't know it went as far as camshafts, but what is the timing different when u upgrade the cam?
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i got magnaflow exhusts there actually pretty mean sounding really deep and loud
+1 on the magnaflow.
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Hey so this town I live in has ****ty roads and I came up over a hill and a rock caught my exhaust and broke the brackets off so I'm just looking at getting new exhaust what would sound deep and throaty and what's the price range?
Unless ur ready to spend a grand, fix what u have and put axle backs on it. Pypes violators sound good for less than $300. I personally like just a straight with a long tip put on at any muffler shop for less than $100.
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I got 20000 to spend on it after this summer
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I got 20000 to spend on it after this summer
That should get u any brand u want. I have pypes LTs, o/rx and pypes violators axle backs. Love the sound at idle and crusin. Wot it sounds wicked. Little under a grand.
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