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Old 07-30-2013, 09:42 PM   #1
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Exhaust help!!

I have a 2011 5.0 and I'm in the middle of installing some jba long tube headers and off road x pipe. I currently have Mac axle backs and they are stupid loud... In your opinion should I keep the chamber design or go with a straight through muffler if I want to quiet'n it down a bit... Thanks for your help
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Old 07-30-2013, 09:53 PM   #3
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Old 07-30-2013, 10:01 PM   #4
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Definitely chambered

That sounds like a troll question lol
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lol

Not to thread jack here, but my car has flowmasters and it's a little to drone-ey for my taste, should I run open headers or keep my exhaust?
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No no.. I ment straight through as in borla, magnaflow... A insulated muffler... Come in guys lol I'm not that much of a dumb *** lol.
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No no.. I ment straight through as in borla, magnaflow... A insulated muffler... Come in guys lol I'm not that much of a dumb *** lol.
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So with that being said you still think chambered will be quieter?
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I've always heard that magnaflow for instance was quieter the say... A flowmaster
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No no.. I ment straight through as in borla, magnaflow... A insulated muffler... Come in guys lol I'm not that much of a dumb *** lol.
Ditch the flows and go borla or bassani.
I switched from flows (drones) to bassani, such a mean clean tone and zero drone
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I have flowmaster a/t classics (chambered) with steeda cat delete pipes. The rest is stock. These a/t classics are loud as HELL, drone something AWEFUL, and get really raspy/tin canny In the higher rpm's! NOT RECOMMEND!
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You want quiet but still aggressive, you HAVE to go with a chambered muffler. Open the rest of the exhaust up and do GT500s for a really clean and mean sound.
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Not to thread jack here, but my car has flowmasters and it's a little to drone-ey for my taste, should I run open headers or keep my exhaust?
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Ditch the flows and go borla or bassani.
I switched from flows (drones) to bassani, such a mean clean tone and zero drone
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I have flowmaster a/t classics (chambered) with steeda cat delete pipes. The rest is stock. These a/t classics are loud as HELL, drone something AWEFUL, and get really raspy/tin canny In the higher rpm's! NOT RECOMMEND!
There's a reason we call them "Dronemasters."
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Yea I have macs now.. Very good sound clean and deep... But loud lol
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I had Magnaflow, then Roush, on stock headers before...after adding ARE long tubes with a catted X-pipe, it was obnoxiously loud, and I got in trouble for it. I wound up putting on GT500 mufflers as the extra set of MAC mufflers I had were also way too loud.
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You want quiet but still aggressive, you HAVE to go with a chambered muffler. Open the rest of the exhaust up and do GT500s for a really clean and mean sound.
+1000 I have JBA longtubes and JBA orx and GT500's and man what an aggressive sound and the best part no RASP....and alot cheaper than the borlas..!
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I have jba LT with off road H pipe to borla quad exhaust and the sound is out of this world, extremely deep and the best part is 0 drome. The jba LT and H pipe fit was 100% perfect.
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I wanna hear a video! I've been thinking about getting jba lt's
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I wanna hear a video! I've been thinking about getting jba lt's
+1 I want a video to!
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if I knew how to post a vid I would??
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if I knew how to post a vid I would??
Is that a question? If so no one can answer it for you, because you're questioning your own capability.
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Really buddy? That was a real smart reply... alot of you smart guys on here are Ftards....
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if I knew how to post a vid I would??
You'd have to post it on YouTube and share the link here.
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Really buddy? That was a real smart reply... alot of you smart guys on here are Ftards....
Really buddy? Don't get so upset. You were the one who posted an idiotic question. Go complain about my sarcasm to the ACLU or grow a pair.
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No point in giving each other e-flogging....
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No point in giving each other e-flogging....
E-flogging is the only way to slap someone in the face with the common sense stick, virtually speaking.
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if I knew how to post a vid I would??
It's really easy, follow these steps.
  1. Upload video to YouTube
  2. The YouTube link will look something like this: . You want to copy the part after v= only. There may be other parts of the string, so if there is a & stop before that when copying.
  3. In you post, wrap the part of the youtube link you copied before in the following tag, like this - [you tube]lI2hMQug-k8[/you tube] but without the spaces in youtube, I did this to break the embed code to show you the syntax.
  4. Preview your post to ensure the video was linked correctly.


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You can always look up the valid BBCode syntax on a forum by clicking the BB code is On link at the bottom of each page. That would have saved you from getting flamed so hard for asking a question that could have been answered by simply reading the provided documentation.
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It's really easy, follow these steps.

[*]Upload video to YouTube[*]The YouTube link will look something like this: . You want to copy the part after v= only. There may be other parts of the string, so if there is a & stop before that when copying.[*]In you post, wrap the part of the youtube link you copied before in the following tag, like this - [you tube]lI2hMQug-k8[/you tube] but without the spaces in youtube, I did this to break the embed code to show you the syntax.[*]Preview your post to ensure the video was linked correctly.


---------- Post added at 06:49 PM ---------- Previous post was at 06:47 PM ----------

You can always look up the valid BBCode syntax on a forum by clicking the BB code is On link at the bottom of each page. That would have saved you from getting flamed so hard for asking a question that could have been answered by simply reading the provided documentation.
Good info : thumb:
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