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Old 06-16-2013, 10:21 PM   #1
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Can I use the combination of bbk long tube headers, catted shorty x-pipe, and an axle back exhaust? Or am I going to need extra piping?
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Old 06-17-2013, 11:55 AM   #3
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There are 3 sections to our exhaust. Headers, midpipe, and the axlebacks. You'll be fine with this set up. What axlebacks are you looking at?
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I'm still on the fence between the 2 borla axkebacks on American muscle
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Should be good, man! And me too about the borla axlebacks. Im thinking either s type or atak. Not sure which. Also the frpp
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I think I might go with the borla atak, personally I think it has a little bit of a deeper tone
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Old 08-02-2013, 08:43 AM   #7
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Tell me how you like it if you buy it
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I have the s type. With shorty headers I think my car sounds perfect.
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Are you using the stock mid pipe I'm guessing?
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Yup here's a video of it. It's harder for the iPhone mic to capture it though from close because it is to loud and deep

http://youtu.be/jHFgAuILl-0
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Sounds fantastic! So you're doing bbk shorty headers then stock midpipe with cats? Then s type? Really sounds good, i really like that.
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Thanks bro! Yea that's my setup bbk chrome shortie headers and Borla s type axlebacks. It should be even louder and deeper if you get the catback
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Have you gotten any hassle from cops about the noise? What about drone?
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Thanks bro! Yea that's my setup bbk chrome shortie headers and Borla s type axlebacks. It should be even louder and deeper if you get the catback
Sounds great! I'm going ceramic bbk shorties.
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Have you gotten any hassle from cops about the noise? What about drone?
Not at all. The car is as quiet as stock when I want it to be. The drone is actually eliminated. The shorties took it all away. At 45 or 65 you can't hear the car. When I'm cruising you can't hear it.

It is a perfect sound... refined and smooth when cruising, never distorts or rasps,but when I stomp on it it screams like hell. Sounds like thunder coming out the back or something. Haha I love the sound it makes now. People stare all the time now.

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Sounds great! I'm going ceramic bbk shorties.
Thanks! I have heard the ceramic coating is thin... and not good enough. I would save the 100 dollars and get the chrome...but that's just me. It turns a sick color too.
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Perfect! Exactly what i want. Would you mind posting a video of the outside on startup? If it isnt too much trouble, id love to hear that
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The only reason I was gonna get the ceramic was because of the heat reduction they advertise. I could care less about them staying shiny, if that's the case I'll just go with the chrome! Thx for the heads up.
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The only reason I was gonna get the ceramic was because of the heat reduction they advertise. I could care less about them staying shiny, if that's the case I'll just go with the chrome! Thx for the heads up.
I would strongly recommend the ceramic over the chrome. It will reduce the heat a great deal over the chrome. The ceramic looks great and stays looking great
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