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Old 06-02-2014, 03:52 PM   #1
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Alrighty guys I am new to all of this forum stuff. Do any of you guys have the mac dual exhaust kit like the one at am?
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I do and it sounds very good for not being an actual true dual setup. I eventually ended up changing the mid pipe to a prochamber and made it sound better especially when the weather is warm. I do suggest this setup because once u decide to go true dual, u can either put a H(a more deeper sound) or X pype(if u want a high raspy sound)
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I heard the boomtubes and the Mac prochamber sound good
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I do and it sounds very good for not being an actual true dual setup. I eventually ended up changing the mid pipe to a prochamber and made it sound better especially when the weather is warm. I do suggest this setup because once u decide to go true dual, u can either put a H(a more deeper sound) or X pype(if u want a high raspy sound)
Do you have any sound clips? I wanted to get the dual setup and then eventually get the mac pro chamber put in

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I have the MAC duals for the GT on mine and they are by far the best sounding v6 exhaust I have heard. Nice and deep, most people actually think I have a v8. I wasn't looking to pose, but have the deep rumble of a classic v8 and the MAC system did that for me. I have mine with a custom H-pipe and a true dual exhaust set up. I can try to post a sound clip, however if I'm honest they always sound too raspy on video. I spent more time than I care to admit to looking at different exhaust and finally pulled the trigger in the MACs and don't regret it.
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I have the MAC duals for the GT on mine and they are by far the best sounding v6 exhaust I have heard. Nice and deep, most people actually think I have a v8. I wasn't looking to pose, but have the deep rumble of a classic v8 and the MAC system did that for me. I have mine with a custom H-pipe and a true dual exhaust set up. I can try to post a sound clip, however if I'm honest they always sound too raspy on video. I spent more time than I care to admit to looking at different exhaust and finally pulled the trigger in the MACs and don't regret it.
Can I ask you how much you spent in all on it?

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Ya, no problem. I paid $330.00 for the mufflers and $325.00 for the custom pipes over the axels and the custom H-pipe. After taxes about $700.00.
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Was that before am had the conversion kit?

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No, I heard the GT MAC mufflers on the v6 and really liked then. I figured they are made by the same company so I went for the GT mufflers as they fit the v6 as well as GT as far as pipe size goes. The conversion kit was available but I chose not to do it.
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