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Old 09-01-2009, 10:47 PM   #11
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love my exhaust setup. 2.5 inch custom bent flex back with true dual exhaust. cost me 110 bucks at a local muffler shop and according to the before and after dyno it made more power than the HKS i had before that. and it sounds so great! ive been wanting to make a sound clip for awhile now
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Old 09-02-2009, 12:05 AM   #12
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2.5" Stainless Trubendz Borla kit!!!! It really does sound good, and is extremely easy to install. Here's my video clip.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KqMJGgdRFP8
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Old 09-02-2009, 01:34 AM   #13
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Hmmm. Ok. So trubendz offers Magnaflow, Borla, and Flowmaster for 330.
Sooo indecisive
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Old 09-02-2009, 02:17 AM   #14
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if you are stuck on name brand then go with borla. i seem to remember there being a complete work up with real dyno results on this site or the other where about a dozen different catback brands were bolted up and made 3 or more runs on the dyno on the same car in the same conditions. borla did the best and it sounds great
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Ive got the same problem lol. i think im gonna make a custom 2.25 though.

trailbike, is yours resonated or no? i also want to know how bad the interior resonance is while youre cruising.
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Resonance inside in my ride is not bad when you are going down the hwy in 5th. If you're cruising around town in lets say......2-4th and getting on it every now and then, it's noticeable but not horrible enough that I mind it and I have 32 year old ears. LOL It really echos off the cars as you pass them if you're getting into it, and I can only imagine what they are thinking. lol
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Ok. I beileve today I'll make a decision and order watever I'm gettin
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sweet, post up a vid when you get it on
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Ive got the same problem lol. i think im gonna make a custom 2.25 though.

trailbike, is yours resonated or no? i also want to know how bad the interior resonance is while youre cruising.
No resonator. Just a stock manifold to the stock cat, to the stock flex, and then the cat-back. It's not annoying at all while cruising. Nice deep mellow tone. Now that might change once my SVT header swap is complete.........
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I'd stay away from the HKS, its actually a smaller diameter. but i'd also say borla, i love mine!
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