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Old 08-29-2016, 10:21 PM   #1
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So I have a 2012 Gt and I've got off road h pipe and a muffler delete. I think it's a little too loud and I'm not sure what kind of axle-back exhaust I should get. I'm not sure if I should go with the flow master's American thunder or if there is a better alternative. I'm just looking for a deep sound and something not as obnoxious as muffler deletes.
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So I have a 2012 Gt and I've got off road h pipe and a muffler delete. I think it's a little too loud and I'm not sure what kind of axle-back exhaust I should get. I'm not sure if I should go with the flow master's American thunder or if there is a better alternative. I'm just looking for a deep sound and something not as obnoxious as muffler deletes.
I have American thunders, I would recommend them to anyone, nice deep sound and not as obnoxious as the outlaws. jmo
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My daughter has them on here 2013 and they drone like crazy. I have the GT500s on my 2012. Not as loud as the Thunders but there is also zero drone.


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My daughter has them on here 2013 and they drone like crazy. I have the GT500s on my 2012. Not as loud as the Thunders but there is also zero drone.


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How is the gt500s? I'm really curious if they sound decently loud
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They are not terribly loud but they have a nice deep tone. You can certainly hear them when you get on it but they quiet down nicely at highway speeds and as I said before they have zero drone. If you like loud or raspy then these are not for you.


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Gt500's here with an offroad H pipe! Here's a little video I uploaded

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I have the Roush AB you don't want those if you are looking for quieter. If was going to do it over I'd go with the GT500 AB. YouTube them and you'll be able to hear if they are what you are looking for.
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I agree with Roosting, GT500's are the way to go.
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Magna Flow has a few models in their line up, from Low Deep tone to Highly Aggressive tone. They are a very nice sounding tone on all of them.
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Alright since everyone is saying gt500 is a good way to go. I guess I'll start saving up for one.
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