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Old 02-17-2013, 01:41 PM   #36
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I dont remember what I had but they didnt coat half so it rusted out badly
Hmmm. I think the other ATs had a 3 year warranty. You should have called them
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Ya I shoulda but it was a good push to get my duals lol
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I'm assuming you didn't get the stainless steel ones? Because those come with a lifetime warranty from flowmaster

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That's weird cause I get complements on my single all the time lmao
Yours might sound good but the ones around town sound really ricey.
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Yours might sound good but the ones around town sound really ricey.
Agreed on that!
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Yours might sound good but the ones around town sound really ricey.
I can agree on that. Not judging Pypes owners but the only other single exhaust 05-09 that I have ran into sounded raspy. Somewhat close to a fart cannon. Never heard any flowmasters that sound ricey lmao
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What do you mean by drones out at 1500? I think im gonna go with the pypes mid muffler.. you dont think it will be way to loud though, right? The dual exhaust one?
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Also, whats the difference between catback exhaust and say the pypes mid muffler true dual exhaust?
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Also, whats the difference between catback exhaust and say the pypes mid muffler true dual exhaust?
It just has a droning exhaust tone is what I mean, I like it but some people do not...and the mid muffler system is a catback system and is duals since the stock exhaust is a wimpy single...and trust me you won't regret it if you get the mid muffler!
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It just has a droning exhaust tone is what I mean, I like it but some people do not...and the mid muffler system is a catback system and is duals since the stock exhaust is a wimpy single...and trust me you won't regret it if you get the mid muffler!
Let's all agree here so everyone's judgement is fair, go to YouTube and look at exhaust setups. That's what I did.
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Let's all agree here so everyone's judgement is fair, go to YouTube and look at exhaust setups. That's what I did.
Agreed it doesn't matter what we think it matters what OP wants
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Agreed it doesn't matter what we think it matters what OP wants
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I loved the mid muffler sound after seeing the AM bolt on build ups video lol
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The fact of the matter is you will never get the rumble of a V8 no matter what setup. Trust me I have tried. Just look on YouTube to see what you like best. Save your money and Do what you want the first time unlike me.
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The fact of the matter is you will never get the rumble of a V8 no matter what setup. Trust me I have tried. Just look on YouTube to see what you like best. Save your money and Do what you want the first time unlike me.
Same here, I've had four setups including the stock muffler until I got what I wanted lol
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Yeah I had lt headers on my other v6 an it made

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Yeah I had lt headers on my other v6 an it made
It sound to ricey for me but I have the gt500 takeoffs on my new v6 with pypes headers an a double h pipe an it's got a little growl to it .
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Yeah I had lt headers on my other v6 an it made

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It sound to ricey for me but I have the gt500 takeoffs on my new v6 with pypes headers an a double h pipe an it's got a little growl to it .
What is a double h pipe? Lol
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What is a double h pipe? Lol
It's like a normal h pipe but its connected twice in the middle . It give my car a much better sound just overall it's deep an clear but still really aggressive
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Huh I've never heard of it lol
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Huh I've never heard of it lol
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Huh I've never heard of it lol
Ill try to get underneath my car an take a pic today
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Honestly i dont want something that sounds too loud, i dont want people to point at me while im going down the road and say that guy has a small wang, if you know what i mean. I just want something that when you rev it or are in the first 3 gears, it sounds more like the v8. Nothing too, too loud
I suggest dynomax true dual exhaust. I just installed mine and its a nice low rumble without being obnoxious
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I highly recommend the Pypes mid-muffler cat back paired up with their polished shorty headers, deepest sound I've heard on a v6!
Better than flow master/magnaflow dual exhaust and any GT axlebacks? I'm thinking of getting pypes dual exhaust and the shorty headers? Good choice or no
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Better than flow master/magnaflow dual exhaust and any GT axlebacks? I'm thinking of getting pypes dual exhaust and the shorty headers? Good choice or no
That's what I have and it's very aggressive and really growls!
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