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Old 05-04-2016, 08:35 AM   #1
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Best performance exhaust setup that's not too loud?

Looking to get some gains from the exhaust without being extremely loud / excessive drone.
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Are you looking for a full exhaust or just a catback? Also I would stay away from axlebacks if you want performance gains, they are just for sound.


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Best performance exhaust setup that's not too loud?

Looking to get some gains from the exhaust without being extremely loud / excessive drone.
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Are you looking for a full exhaust or just a catback? Also I would stay away from axlebacks if you want performance gains, they are just for sound.


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Really looking for more of a performance gain rather than anything else.


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If you want full exhaust then I'd stick with the H pipe style and shorty headers as they tend to be less raspy then a long tube + x pipe set up. However shorties don't give you much peak hp gain, if anything they will lower it very slightly but they will give your car a good boost of power in the low-mid range. Also an x pipe will give you more power but if you're worried about it being too loud you might want to stick with a H pipe.


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What kind of gains would I be looking at with each setup? Is it possible to keep stock mufflers or does it sound like **** / hurt performance?


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What kind of gains would I be looking at with each setup? Is it possible to keep stock mufflers or does it sound like **** / hurt performance?


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I have long tube headers with a catted shorty x-pipe and i did an experiment a couple years ago. I ran my Magnaflow competitions (straight pipes) i noticed a loss of low end torque but good high end power. I ran the stock factory mufflers, i noticed a loss of low end torque and high end power plus they sounded like crap. Then i ran my Magnaflow street series mufflers, my low end torque was back and high end power was also back, All my axle back mufflers were louder after i installed my long tubes with a shorty catted x-pipe.
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Gains are in the header department. Cat back or axle back is irrelevant for gains on their own.

Pick up some shorty headers to stay legal and a set of borla s type axle backs.
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Best performance exhaust setup that's not too loud?

Looking to get some gains from the exhaust without being extremely loud / excessive drone.
The question you ask doesn't have a right answer you seek. Unfortunately, too loud tends to be subjective. What's too loud to you, may be too quiet for me. The performance gains won't be from the axle backs. Its from removing the cats and replacing the stock manifolds.

I think my set up sounds the best and not too loud! Others will strongly disagree and say their exhaust set up is the best. Best many times is just an opinion with no real right or wrong answer.

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Long tubes and straight pipes. It actually becomes so loud that it goes to a range that the human ear cant pick up so its not a problem. If you have a dog i recommend you not take them in the car though.
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Gains are in the header department. Cat back or axle back is irrelevant for gains on their own.

Pick up some shorty headers to stay legal and a set of borla s type axle backs.

Staying "legal" is not a concern in Alabama.

So you're suggesting the gains come from header replacement only?


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Staying "legal" is not a concern in Alabama.

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More like 80% of your exhaust gains are going to be the front half: headers and cat deletes. Maybe even 90%, because expecting 20% from the catback might be a bit generous. 2.25" pipe can still outflow the engine.
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Staying "legal" is not a concern in Alabama.

So you're suggesting the gains come from header replacement only?


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No you can get gains from freeing up any section of the exhaust. However, comparing your entire exhaust upgrade (from the motor back to the tips) to a two liter bottle, the mufflers would be a cap full.


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If I tied in shorty headers to the stock exhaust what percentage gain could I expect?


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If I tied in shorty headers to the stock exhaust what percentage gain could I expect?


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Very little. Trying to free up flow pre cats makes no sense.
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Got ya. So maybe look at shorty headers and a catless h-pipe?


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Probably as good as its going to get while avoiding rasp.
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You'll be able to hear my JBA headers paired with Borla S-Types in a few weeks if you're local to Bham (didn't see town listed).


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You'll be able to hear my JBA headers paired with Borla S-Types in a few weeks if you're local to Bham (didn't see town listed).


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I live in the Mobile area. Plus you're an Auburn fan so I'd have to fight you. Jk.


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Staying "legal" is not a concern in Alabama.

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The Feds can still get you in Alabama, and it is their Emissions laws that collect large sums of cash.
There are good gains from just Short Tube Headers, I have both OEM cats and Resonators.

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Very little. Trying to free up flow pre cats makes no sense.
Start at the most restrictive and work out, exhaust manifolds are a good start and not touching the cats leaves it 50 state legal if you go with any that are CARB approved.
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Start at the most restrictive and work out, exhaust manifolds are a good start and not touching the cats leaves it 50 state legal if you go with any that are CARB approved.
Fair enough. My only argument would be that the cats are in fact the most restrictive part, which apparently leaves us at a dilemma here.
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Fair enough. My only argument would be that the cats are in fact the most restrictive part, which apparently leaves us at a dilemma here.
The Dyno next to us dynoed a 2012 V6 from Stock to off road H and they said there was less than 15 HP at the top end and a general loss up to 4500 RPM.
Not worth it to me to loose both HP and Torque where it needs it and get it where my car very rarely sees. He ended up taking it off and selling it from what they said.
They dynoed it with BBK Shorties and the stock Mid pipe and he had better gains, did not give me the exact numbers but said it was over 25 Foot pounds in some areas but was only 4 or 5 at the top end. But as noted already I do not live my life a quarter mile at a time so the low to mid is what I want.
I have not actually seen any of the dyno sheets and am just going off what the guys said at the dyno shop, so it is still hearsay.
They keep telling me to dyno mine but I wont until I replace the stock drive shaft.
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The Dyno next to us dynoed a 2012 V6 from Stock to off road H and they said there was less than 15 HP at the top end and a general loss up to 4500 RPM.
Not worth it to me to loose both HP and Torque where it needs it and get it where my car very rarely sees. He ended up taking it off and selling it from what they said.
They dynoed it with BBK Shorties and the stock Mid pipe and he had better gains, did not give me the exact numbers but said it was over 25 Foot pounds in some areas but was only 4 or 5 at the top end. But as noted already I do not live my life a quarter mile at a time so the low to mid is what I want.
I have not actually seen any of the dyno sheets and am just going off what the guys said at the dyno shop, so it is still hearsay.
They keep telling me to dyno mine but I wont until I replace the stock drive shaft.
I am not interested in arguing, i'd just like to make that clear .

I believe what you're saying. However, i also believe that their tune was not up to par, there is physically no way removing the cats can have anything but a positive impact on performance. My guess is the cam timing was not optimized, which allowed the exhaust gases to slow (when volume increases velocity decreases), and the loss in velocity is what caused the loss of torque. Torque is directly proportional to how quickly you can get air into, and out of a motor (think stock turbo cars making blistering torque). So I 100% do believe that they saw a loss in performance in the low end, I just don't think the "why" part is correct.

Of course these statements have tons of assumptions, honestly on both my part as well as yours. I'm sure if we wanted we could dig up some dynos and get to the bottom of it, but i doubt either of us cares enough haha. I imagine you are happy with your car and we are happy with ours
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Of course these statements have tons of assumptions, honestly on both my part as well as yours. I'm sure if we wanted we could dig up some dynos and get to the bottom of it, but i doubt either of us cares enough haha. I imagine you are happy with your car and we are happy with ours
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The Dyno next to us dynoed a 2012 V6 from Stock to off road H and they said there was less than 15 HP at the top end and a general loss up to 4500 RPM.

Not worth it to me to loose both HP and Torque where it needs it and get it where my car very rarely sees. He ended up taking it off and selling it from what they said.

They dynoed it with BBK Shorties and the stock Mid pipe and he had better gains, did not give me the exact numbers but said it was over 25 Foot pounds in some areas but was only 4 or 5 at the top end. But as noted already I do not live my life a quarter mile at a time so the low to mid is what I want.

I have not actually seen any of the dyno sheets and am just going off what the guys said at the dyno shop, so it is still hearsay.

They keep telling me to dyno mine but I wont until I replace the stock drive shaft.


So this was shortys with the rest stock exhaust?


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The Feds can still get you in Alabama, and it is their Emissions laws that collect large sums of cash.

There are good gains from just Short Tube Headers, I have both OEM cats and Resonators.





Start at the most restrictive and work out, exhaust manifolds are a good start and not touching the cats leaves it 50 state legal if you go with any that are CARB approved.


The Feds can get you? Never once heard of this. How would this happen? I think half of the trucks in Alabama run straight pipes with zero issue.


Also hard to believe just changing to shortys from stock manifolds would make a significant difference. Are the stock manifolds that restrictive? Is the diameter that much greater for the shortys? Just curious.

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The Feds can get you? Never once heard of this. How would this happen? I think half of the trucks in Alabama run straight pipes with zero issue.


Also hard to believe just changing to shortys from stock manifolds would make a significant difference. Are the stock manifolds that restrictive? Is the diameter that much greater for the shortys? Just curious.

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Emissions laws are federal, inspection laws are local. I havent had a car with cats for like 5 years now and have gotten "legal inspections." All they do is plug the OBD in, see that i have no check engine lights and everything checks out. I would fail a visual inspection, but they dont do that here so i dont worry haha.

As far as shorty headers vs stock, its not just diameter, but a combination of a more efficient shape and design. Most of the gains from exhaust come from their ability to scavenge, and one look at the stock shorties should tell you there's virtually none of that going on.
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Would an O/R h-pipe with stock mufflers and headers be a bad idea? I've heard the O/R X-pipe is pretty loud / raspy.


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I'm wanting to know that same thing. I've got my stocks but currently running the or h and headers so I'll send you a clip whenever I hook them up in a couple weeks.


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I'm wanting to know that same thing. I've got my stocks but currently running the or h and headers so I'll send you a clip whenever I hook them up in a couple weeks.


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That'd be great. Thanks man.


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