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Old 09-03-2013, 09:36 AM   #1
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Swapped roush for outlaws

I just swapped my roush axleback out for my flowmaster outlaws annnnd holy crap it's deep I love it there is a little drone but not bad at all . The roush sounded awesome too and had no drone whatsoever ... But just not deep enough for me also the tips stuck out to far in my opinion with the roush on my 2014 gt the flows do not . So overall I am really happy with the outlaws! Just wanted to give everyone my opinion between the two.
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I just swapped my roush axleback out for my flowmaster outlaws annnnd holy crap it's deep I love it there is a little drone but not bad at all . The roush sounded awesome too and had no drone whatsoever ... But just not deep enough for me also the tips stuck out to far in my opinion with the roush on my 2014 gt the flows do not . So overall I am really happy with the outlaws! Just wanted to give everyone my opinion between the two.
I have not noticed a drone in my outlaws. I love them as well. I painted my tips black. I personally heard inside and outside the car magnaflow comp. and heart throbs. The flowmasters sound the best IMO.


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I have not noticed a drone in my outlaws. I love them as well. I painted my tips black. I personally heard inside and outside the car magnaflow comp. and heart throbs. The flowmasters sound the best IMO.
how did you paint your tips? they look great bro.
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I also gravitated towards the outlaws when I picked out an axleback about a year ago. It's got a lot of bark and growl low in the rpms and the top end sounds throaty, but there is a good bit of noise around 2k rpms (which happens to be around 60mph on my .373). That tends to get old after a bit, but it's nothing a radio or opening the window can't fix.

The videos you see on AM's site don't really do them justice...in person, they've got a lot more rumble and a deeper sound than I guess most cameras can capture.
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how did you paint your tips? they look great bro.
I used a can of VHT roll cage and chassis paint. Flat black, but the finish actually looks more like a satin black. It is a good quality rattle can. cost me $8 at advance auto. Spays real nice and coats on like a spray gun.
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I used a can of VHT roll cage and chassis paint. Flat black, but the finish actually looks more like a satin black. It is a good quality rattle can. cost me $8 at advance auto. Spays real nice and coats on like a spray gun.
how does it compare to plasti dip? how does it hold up? thanks btw
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how does it compare to plasti dip? how does it hold up? thanks btw
Plasti dip you can peal it off you you mess up. This paint you can't. However the heat generated from the exhaust might melt plasti dip. The tips do get quite warm. The VHT sprays very easy. It is a great product. My tips have been sprayed for about a month and they still look great. Long term i do not know how it will hold up. It is heat resistant to 250 degrees so I'm assuming it will hold up real good
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I just swapped my roush axleback out for my flowmaster outlaws annnnd holy crap it's deep I love it there is a little drone but not bad at all . The roush sounded awesome too and had no drone whatsoever ... But just not deep enough for me also the tips stuck out to far in my opinion with the roush on my 2014 gt the flows do not . So overall I am really happy with the outlaws! Just wanted to give everyone my opinion between the two.
Awesome! I too have the outlaws and love them! I was up in the air with the Roush and Outlaws, I'm so glad I got the Outlaws....I get so many compliments.
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Awesome! I too have the outlaws and love them! I was up in the air with the Roush and Outlaws, I'm so glad I got the Outlaws....I get so many compliments.
Yeah I hear... That sounds bada$$. A lot.
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Plasti dip you can peal it off you you mess up. This paint you can't. However the heat generated from the exhaust might melt plasti dip. The tips do get quite warm. The VHT sprays very easy. It is a great product. My tips have been sprayed for about a month and they still look great. Long term i do not know how it will hold up. It is heat resistant to 250 degrees so I'm assuming it will hold up real good
You'll be fine, I use the vht wrinkle paint on motor cycle cylinders and heads all the time.
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