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Old 12-02-2013, 12:16 PM   #1
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Catback or axelback?

Hey guys. I was looking into some exhausts and was wondering if its worth throwing in a couple of hundred more $$$ and getting a catback or should I just save the money and install time and just get an axel back?
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If you want the nice stainless steel pipes then sure it is, otherwise there is no other gain you will get from a catback.
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What ^ said, it's not really worth it unless you got some deal on it.

Ford has done a GREAT job with the stock pipes.
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I am thinking about getting the roush axle back, I like sound.
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I am thinking about getting the roush axle back, I like sound.
I have the Roush axle-back, it's definitely a loud exhaust (not too loud for me though) and sometimes drones on the highway. I'm not sure if it's the weather but it's gotten quieter ever since I first installed it.

Exhaust also pops on moderate throttle when you shift.
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I am thinking about getting the roush axle back, I like sound.
Then they are for you. You're neighbors will like you too, especially if you leave early in the morning...
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Hey guys. I was looking into some exhausts and was wondering if its worth throwing in a couple of hundred more $$$ and getting a catback or should I just save the money and install time and just get an axel back?
Catback. Cleaner sound
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