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Old 10-22-2013, 02:51 AM   #36
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I traded the roush for the Borlas because the person wanted something louder. Without the h pipe and shorty headers the Borlas are nowhere near as loud as the roush by themselves. But they have less drone and no rasp or distortion through the rpms. I liked the roush though. I think with shorty headers it sounds great! Not with a catless h pipe though. I wanted a catless h pipe so the stingers are perfect.
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OP, Don't worry, there will be only 10 more opinions on which exhaust to go with..
And this thread to add to the hundred or so that's already posted. And by years end, another 30.
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Old 10-22-2013, 07:51 AM   #38
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That sounds insane! What's your exact set up?

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That sounds mean my dude! I'm sure the headers made it even louder huh haha
Stock headers to BBK O/R X Pipe with gt OTA pipes and resonators and gt500 mufflers. I also have hardly any drone.
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And this thread to add to the hundred or so that's already posted. And by years end, another 30.
Lmao. ^ So true
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I traded the roush for the Borlas because the person wanted something louder. Without the h pipe and shorty headers the Borlas are nowhere near as loud as the roush by themselves. But they have less drone and no rasp or distortion through the rpms. I liked the roush though. I think with shorty headers it sounds great! Not with a catless h pipe though. I wanted a catless h pipe so the stingers are perfect.
Oh okay then I see, ah such a hard choice, but then again if the roush are to loud or raspy I can play with the sound and add a resonator!

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Stock headers to BBK O/R X Pipe with gt OTA pipes and resonators and gt500 mufflers. I also have hardly any drone.
Nice sounds clean man, the resonators had to be welded in right?
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Oh okay then I see, ah such a hard choice, but then again if the roush are to loud or raspy I can play with the sound and add a resonator!

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Nice sounds clean man, the resonators had to be welded in right?
The shop I had do the work cut me a good deal and went and bought the gt OTA pipes with resonators in them. They didn't wanna hack up the mufflers haha. I should have another video later today.
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Well as soon as the videos are uploaded to YouTube I'll post links.
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Old 10-23-2013, 01:52 PM   #43
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Most aftermarket Mufflers will not pass the visual when you smog it. Any straight through design is kinda a nono in Cali, so make sure you keep the stockers and are able to put them on.
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I'd like to know more about this as I live in California as well. I understand a straight through design would be obvious as well as high polished stainlesss steel, but if the upgraded axle backs look like stock, how is this a problem from a visual perspective. Not being negative, I really want to know. I just don't want to take off the axle backs I may purchase for a smog inspection.
Thanks in advance to anyone that can clarify this.
Oh, and please don't anyone else flame me cause I live in California, it's where I live at that's that.
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Here's the first part, just driving around a parking lot. The other two are still uploading.
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