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Old 07-19-2013, 02:47 AM   #141
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Just curious... Does anyone have the magnaflow competition catback? I have their competition catback, bbk cat deletes, and pypes x pipe and its completely insane. Sounds mean as hell. Fairly quiet under normal accel and wakes the dead under full throttle. There's some drone but that's to be expected when running cat deletes.
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i would go with s types. have heard great things about them
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Old 07-19-2013, 12:34 PM   #143
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i would go with s types. have heard great things about them
+1 I got asked so many times by people What kind of exhaust I have. They expect me to say I have a full system and when i just say borla axle backs their jaws drop.
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+1 I got asked so many times by people What kind of exhaust I have. They expect me to say I have a full system and when i just say borla axle backs their jaws drop.
Yea seriously!! I went to the shop u went to to get the resonators deleted... What a difference!! They work perfect with S Types... Look at the vid I posted a few posts back
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Old 07-19-2013, 01:19 PM   #145
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Yea seriously!! I went to the shop u went to to get the resonators deleted... What a difference!! They work perfect with S Types... Look at the vid I posted a few posts back
Yessir! They do awesome work and it Really compliments the s types very Well. Wakes them up alot to!
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I'm aware of the potential rusting issues on the Roush axle backs, but has anyone tried to prevent the rusting by maybe painting the muffler with a high-temp engine paint? It's not like you can see the steel muffler unless your looking under the car. Just a thought...
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It's rusts from the inside out, drilling weep holes in them is the best way to keep them from rusting out
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It's rusts from the inside out, drilling weep holes in them is the best way to keep them from rusting out
This is very true! Roush actually started doing this, but when I am not sure. I got my roush axlebacks on sale from a local ford dealership @$400 installed and they already had the holes drilled in them. This was back in December of 12, so I don't know how long they did it before then.

To the guy who posted right above you, the mufflers are very visible when looking at the car from the rear and they look really shiny, nice under the car. My boss rear valance made them even more noticeable, and I liked that even more.

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I just bought a set of bbk long tubes. For my car. I can not decide either to buy the bbk high flow carted x-pipe. Or the bbk straight threw x-pipe. I've got the corsca axle back exhaust on now. Do you all think it will sound good with the high flow cats on or will it be to raspy. I've checked tons of vids on you tube. But none with that set up. I do not want it to be extremely loud. But but just a good sound. No unwanted attention from mr. Police. If you know what I mean. Any opinions.
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I just bought a set of bbk long tubes. For my car. I can not decide either to buy the bbk high flow carted x-pipe. Or the bbk straight threw x-pipe. I've got the corsca axle back exhaust on now. Do you all think it will sound good with the high flow cats on or will it be to raspy. I've checked tons of vids on you tube. But none with that set up. I do not want it to be extremely loud. But but just a good sound. No unwanted attention from mr. Police. If you know what I mean. Any opinions.
Go with high flow cats. You will still get more sound, and the cats will actually cut down on rasp. No cats will increase rasp.
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Old 07-25-2013, 07:24 PM   #151
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Don't know if I posted pictures of my Exhaust but all I have to say is Wow they are amazing Sound is Great just what I was looking for.. Here are some pictures!
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Don't know if I posted pictures of my Exhaust but all I have to say is Wow they are amazing Sound is Great just what I was looking for.. Here are some pictures!
Looks great man!! Roush are definitely the best bang for the buck as far as axlebacks... I've helped a few buddies install theirs, and the look on their faces at 1st startup is priceless!!
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