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Old 05-12-2013, 09:54 PM   #36
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I'm going to try to find some borlas used
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Yeah, looks like a no go on the borlas, can't even find a single one used on creigs list/eBay. I don't think in even going to remove the cats. But who knows I've got like 2 days to decide on exhaust
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Any drone with the borlas?
None when I had just the axlebacks, none now with headers and new h pipe. They are a great product like everyone else says.
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None when I had just the axlebacks, none now with headers and new h pipe. They are a great product like everyone else says.
what headers and h pipe are you running?
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what headers and h pipe are you running?
Kooks high flow catted boss h and 1 7/8 LTs
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Kooks high flow catted boss h and 1 7/8 LTs
Nice i bet it sounds amazing I was always under the impression that LT headers delete the cats and just bolt right to the o/r pipe. Did the cats move lower down the exhaust system?
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Nice i bet it sounds amazing I was always under the impression that LT headers delete the cats and just bolt right to the o/r pipe. Did the cats move lower down the exhaust system?
Have to have a shorty mid pipe and you can do a catted or cat less shorty mid pipe.
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Have to have a shorty mid pipe and you can do a catted or cat less shorty mid pipe.
That clears it up. Yeah I knew the LTs would require a short mid pipe. I didn no you could get a catted one! When I'm ready to tune and say bye bye to my warranty no cats for me!
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That clears it up. Yeah I knew the LTs would require a short mid pipe. I didn no you could get a catted one! When I'm ready to tune and say bye bye to my warranty no cats for me!
Yeah they are pricey but you get them with high flow cats.
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http://youtu.be/68vc0uZBm5c

Mbrp look into em amazing sound the cat backs will work with the stock pipe
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Mbrp look into em amazing sound the cat backs will work with the stock pipe
That sounds absolutely amazing! I'm going to look them up now
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That sounds absolutely amazing! I'm going to look them up now
Hit up jayman33 on here he has a shop that sells them direct and he's really helpful has alot more than just MBRP at hypermotiveperformance.com
He's who I went through an he helped me out Alot
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How are pipes bomb axle backs? Anyone have them?
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The pypes are actually decent, everyone who I've dealt with that has them has been fairly happy with them. They aren't the best and they do drone a little bit. Borla and Corsa are the best in regards to minimal to no drone. I really like Borla, stainless works and Kooks as all three have fantastic quality and their own unique sound. The MBRP are freaking ridiculous, I was pretty surprised Nick Marlow actually picked up the whole kit as its super loud but still sounds good. The MBRP race kit by itself does have drone but with headers the drone subsides, doesn't completely go away though. I'm getting ready to run the Kooks LT's with off road boss quad H-pipe and borla S-types. I'm keeping my stock over axles to calm it down a bit, if I don't like it I'll pick up lethal's 2 3/4 over axle pipes. I was running the Magnaflow competition cat-back yesterday but with the 3" Over axle piping it got in the way of my diff fluid reservoir system I have to run due to the Whiteline watts link. The magnaflows paired with my MRT high flow catted quad h pipe was by far the best sounding system I've ever heard.... and I've heard plenty.
If money is a bit of a concern look at Kooks, MRT-direct and pypes. I hope this helps, I've sold many exhaust systems, listened to many and I've ran a lot trying to find the best combos.
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The pypes are actually decent, everyone who I've dealt with that has them has been fairly happy with them. They aren't the best and they do drone a little bit. Borla and Corsa are the best in regards to minimal to no drone. I really like Borla, stainless works and Kooks as all three have fantastic quality and their own unique sound. The MBRP are freaking ridiculous, I was pretty surprised Nick Marlow actually picked up the whole kit as its super loud but still sounds good. The MBRP race kit by itself does have drone but with headers the drone subsides, doesn't completely go away though. I'm getting ready to run the Kooks LT's with off road boss quad H-pipe and borla S-types. I'm keeping my stock over axles to calm it down a bit, if I don't like it I'll pick up lethal's 2 3/4 over axle pipes. I was running the Magnaflow competition cat-back yesterday but with the 3" Over axle piping it got in the way of my diff fluid reservoir system I have to run due to the Whiteline watts link. The magnaflows paired with my MRT high flow catted quad h pipe was by far the best sounding system I've ever heard.... and I've heard plenty.
If money is a bit of a concern look at Kooks, MRT-direct and pypes. I hope this helps, I've sold many exhaust systems, listened to many and I've ran a lot trying to find the best combos.
Thanks! I think someday ill do LT headers from kooks but for now axle backs are for me
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Roush here, and nothing but complements. I have people pull their windows down just to tell me my exhaust sounds awesome. Best part is, no drone, but once you get on it, they are incredibly loud.
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Roush here, and nothing but complements. I have people pull their windows down just to tell me my exhaust sounds awesome. Best part is, no drone, but once you get on it, they are incredibly loud.
Nice. I'm definitely going to get them I love the sound also.
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Roush here, and nothing but complements. I have people pull their windows down just to tell me my exhaust sounds awesome. Best part is, no drone, but once you get on it, they are incredibly loud.
Did you put them in your self or did you get a shop to do it? I don't have the tools/lift to do it..... Any sugestions on where to take it?
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Did you put them in your self or did you get a shop to do it? I don't have the tools/lift to do it..... Any sugestions on where to take it?
Any shop should do it for $50, 20 min job on a lift. Basic hand tools is all you need, very easy.
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Any shop should do it for $50, 20 min job on a lift. Basic hand tools is all you need, very easy.
Like STS or somthin?
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Like STS or somthin?
Idk what sts is.
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Idk what sts is.
What about mitas lol
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What about mitas lol
Midas will do it. Probably looking at $50-60. All you need is a 13mm socket(I believe), a ratchet, a extension, and some patience. You could probably do them without ramps or a lift.
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Midas will do it. Probably looking at $50-60. All you need is a 13mm socket(I believe), a ratchet, a extension, and some patience. You could probably do them without ramps or a lift.
You should spend the money on buying the tools and a jack to do it yourself. Much better investment. This is too easy to pay someone.
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Midas will do it. Probably looking at $50-60. All you need is a 13mm socket(I believe), a ratchet, a extension, and some patience. You could probably do them without ramps or a lift.
I may just bight the dust and get ramps for 40$ and attempt to do it my self.... Do I really new to take off the h pipe?
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You should spend the money on buying the tools and a jack to do it yourself. Much better investment. This is too easy to pay someone.
+1. Everybody should own a decent set of tools, a low profile jack, and a set of jack stands.

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I may just bight the dust and get ramps for 40$ and attempt to do it my self.... Do I really new to take off the h pipe?
No, not if your just changing the axle backs.
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I may just bight the dust and get ramps for 40$ and attempt to do it my self.... Do I really new to take off the h pipe?
The H pipe is not part of the axle backs .
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+1. Everybody should own a decent set of tools, a low profile jack, and a set of jack stands.

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No, not if your just changing the axle backs.
Tools aren't the problem.. Got a 2500 set of craftsman from motocross the jack stands and the experience working on it is what I lack....I've never worked on it before
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Tools aren't the problem.. Got a 2500 set of craftsman from motocross the jack stands and the experience working on it is what I lack....I've never worked on it before
This is a great start to learning then. I never knew how to rebuild a rotary engine until I did it
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Tools aren't the problem.. Got a 2500 set of craftsman from motocross the jack stands and the experience working on it is what I lack....I've never worked on it before
The only way to get experience is by doing .
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Yep ima try it.
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Did you put them in your self or did you get a shop to do it? I don't have the tools/lift to do it..... Any sugestions on where to take it?
Did it all myself without even lifting the car up. It was my first time doing exhaust and it was really not bad at all. All in all it took me about 50 minutes from start to finish. Hardest thing was geting the stock exhaust off, and even that wasnt to bad. And installing the Roush was a piece of cake. If you don't have tools I'm sure and exhaust shop could install them. They are really easy with a lift
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Just remove the rear most hanger with each stock muffler and its a breeze. Slide hanger on new muffler and slip muffler into place. Pretty simple.
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If u pay someone to do this and see how they do it, u will probably be mad at yourself that u wasted your $50. If jacking up is an issues then get some $30 ramps and back onto them and u will have full access to your mufflers. The hardest part is removing the mufflers, the easiest way to get them off is grease the 3 rubber hangers and pull the actual hangers off rather than trying to muscle out the muffler. Then after installing the new one, don't fully tighten the ball clamp yet so that u can align the muffler tips.
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