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Old 01-22-2013, 02:41 PM
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cat-back exhaust thoughts???

looking at the Roush or Solo. Any thoughts. Desire minimal drone. Would still like to carry on a conversation.
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Allied....flow as well as any of the "Perf mufflers", cost $40-50 each, available in just about any diameter and length & available at any muffler shop nationwide- Allied has been around for 40+ years....they have a very deep tone, low/nice rumble on accel/decel. 24" to 28" length should fit fine and drone should not be any issue.
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Forget the Roush, look at my thread in the exhaust subforoum, I'm updating it.
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been thinking about SOLO dual for my 2013.....
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been thinking about SOLO dual for my 2013.....
IM-very-HO, SOLO is just an example of a typical aftermarket exhaust company whose products really do not perform any different than what has been available for the past 40 years.......except the price- very pricy! Any local muffler shop (good quality- I should clarify) could easily fab up a system for at least 1/3 less, same materials/quality and give you the opportunity to get exactly the sound you want.
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Borla & MBRP make awesome quality systems that sound great.
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