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Old 06-03-2014, 12:30 AM   #36
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I have a catback exhaust tho. It's basically straight piping. Lol ur saying no drone but the guy above is says there's heavy drone. It's hard to pick lol

Considering this is the 2011-2014 section. No one here but you is talking about the roush catback. Everyone else is talking about the axle backs bc that's what they offer for the 11-14. But no. The roush axle backs do not drone. They are LOUD but there is no drone.
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The off road x-pipe and roush AXLE backs is insanely loud. But while cruising they are pretty tame. Still zero drone going down the freeway, but you can def hear them. Anything over 1/4 throttle and 2000rpm will wake the dead.
He is exactly right. I tried this setup on my 14', for like a week. Swapped the Roush A/Bs for Flowmaster 44s and love it. Some drone, pretty loud, but not raspy, more of a deep rumble. But if you will go back to the first reply, he was correct also. Exhaust sound is purely an opinion of what you like and want.
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Old 06-04-2014, 11:32 AM   #38
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Here is mine. magnaflow competition catback, kooks LT headers, and O/R X pipe.

sorry for crappy phone video. I personally love the sound...but its all personal choice
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Old 06-04-2014, 11:00 PM   #39
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I have kooks 1 7/8 long tubes, o/r xpipe with the roush axle backs if I can I will try to post some videos of it tomorrow. It is loud I like it but it's like they said before it's a matter of opinion the other thing is mine is not a daily driver. If yours is you might want to take that into consideration I am still debating if I should keep the roush. I like them so far with this set up, but I get a lot of heads turning with a mad look in the morning leaving my apt
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The popping sound at the beginning is cause it's echoing, and that's just my friend he didn't realize I could see him from my phone.
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I just installed some 2014 GT500 mufflers over the weekend and it sounds amazing. I also have the 2014 GT500 over axle pipes but couldn't get them in by using Jack stands in the garage. Need a lift. I plan to buy and x pipe and have both installed soon. I love this setup and it looks sick!!

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Literally the exact same thing happened to me a few weeks ago haha! I got mine on though with some awesome assistane from a local forum member to get the midpipes on. Its not too much louder, but its a bit deeper and fuller. All in all I love the setup; I originally thought it would be a bit louder, but after driving around, I couldn't be happier. Quiet when cruising, roars when you step on it, and never drone or obnoxious!
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"Amazing" USED to be a top - shelf word. It's so overused now that people are numb from it. At this point, "amazing" = "good" at best.

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Please forgive me compstall. It sounds great. Haha

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