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Old 01-02-2014, 04:38 PM   #36
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Ok so your saying with stock headers I couldn't just bolt up an H pipe?
Depends on the H pipe. The Kooks one is meant to work with their headers. Remember they come down further than your stock manifolds so they are not the same length. But unless you're removing the cats the gains are very minimal. Maybe even no gains.
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Ahhh ok ok I gotcha makes sense now, thanks again for all the help man really appreciate it from everyone.
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Ya I know everything about these cars are different than the 03's. But there is a lot of exhaust out there that sound deferent. So I was just hoping there might be one that gets close to that sound.
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Ya I know everything about these cars are different than the 03's. But there is a lot of exhaust out there that sound deferent. So I was just hoping there might be one that gets close to that sound.

Just installed the roush axle backs and it sounds amazing.
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Just installed the roush axle backs and it sounds amazing.

I have the roushs also and yes they are amazing....they get even louder when you delete the resonators !!
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I've heard a lot of people like the roush.
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just sharing . . .

I was right where the OP was 2/3 weeks ago. I'd found a highly rated bolt on axleback system from a race-related company I wanted to go with.

To discuss install, I drove to a longstanding muffler place in town, a Magnaflow dealer it turned out, and the owner was able to give me an X Pipe and MF axleback setup, with new tips (Silverline), installed, for less than the 'Race Catalog' Bolt On part I had started my thought process with. No special/insider deal. It was that because he stocked his MF stuff in quantity , he could give me what I wanted, exactly the solution I wanted, in terms of sound/performance/look, for that much less.

I gained a few HP, dropped some weight over stock, my 2011 GT's sound is now 'Medium Thunder,' and I saved enough for another mod. I smiled for a week.
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I was right where the OP was 2/3 weeks ago. I'd found a highly rated bolt on axleback system from a race-related company I wanted to go with.



To discuss install, I drove to a longstanding muffler place in town, a Magnaflow dealer it turned out, and the owner was able to give me an X Pipe and MF axleback setup, with new tips (Silverline), installed, for less than the 'Race Catalog' Bolt On part I had started my thought process with. No special/insider deal. It was that because he stocked his MF stuff in quantity , he could give me what I wanted, exactly the solution I wanted, in terms of sound/performance/look, for that much less.



I gained a few HP, dropped some weight over stock, my 2011 GT's sound is now 'Medium Thunder,' and I saved enough for another mod. I smiled for a week.

Sounds like winning! Thanks for the input.
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