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Old 09-05-2014, 11:54 PM   #1
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BBK Longtube Headers, Shorty O/R x Pipe, Borla S Type

Who has videos of This Setup? Love The Sound Of A Stang I Heard With This Setup
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Really ? No one ?
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imo it's gonna be super loud and raspy as heck since you be running a catless X with long tubes... Both are rasp carriers

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The video I seen is clear and deep! No rasp whatsoever . The reason why I want to hear more vids is to see if other peoples setup is as clean as the one I seen.
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A better sounding setup would be MAC LT + o/r prochamber + S-Types. No clips of any tho but I think that would sound really good no rasp.
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Videos don't do justice to how a axlebacks would sound, specially on a V6.

AJ: I'm not too sure about mac LT, but an off road pro chamber is still going to have a lot of rasp/tin can sound. As we saw in a video posted by one of the forum members here some weeks ago.

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Videos don't do justice to how a axlebacks would sound, specially on a V6.

AJ: I'm not too sure about mac LT, but an off road pro chamber is still going to have a lot of rasp/tin can sound. As we saw in a video posted by one of the forum members here some weeks ago.

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Yeah I was considering the Mac Prochamber before I saw that video a couple months back. HELL NO. It sounds as bad as any Honda I've been around.
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Videos don't do justice to how a axlebacks would sound, specially on a V6.

AJ: I'm not too sure about mac LT, but an off road pro chamber is still going to have a lot of rasp/tin can sound. As we saw in a video posted by one of the forum members here some weeks ago.

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Haha yeah I don't have a sound clip of one but in defense of that setup I'm talking about I think the S-types would keep it the rasp away. The guy with the prochamber full mid-pipe didn't have S-types. I still may try the full prochamber mid pipe as I want to keep my shorty headers but I would weld in Pypes hi-flow cats. I don't like the gas smell of o/r and I have to keep my cars at least somewhat emission friendly in case I have to go overseas.
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