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2004-2007 Cadillac CTS-V Performance Mods Discussion, Help me ID this Catback in Cadillac CTS-V Series Forum - 2004 - 2007; I bought the car used and don't really know what catback this is. There are no etchings anywhere on it, ...
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    Blown_Red_97z is offline Cadillac Owners Member
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    Help me ID this Catback

    I bought the car used and don't really know what catback this is. There are no etchings anywhere on it, but it does drone a lot around 1800-2200 rpm.



    Starts at the cats, and looks like it leads into 2 resonators, then into this H-pipe






    Exits the H-pipe to the mufflers









    Anyone have any ideas? No stamping or etching anywhere on it.

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    Re: Help me ID this Catback

    Billy Boat. The drone is a problem with the CTS-V, not the exhaust. Dynamat or B-quiet the spare tire tub--it acts like a drum resonating between the mufflers.

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    Doesn't seem like many people have this exhaust. Does it line up with LTs? I've read you need to do certain things with the corsa,etc. in order to line it up and nit push the rer tips out too much

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    Quote Originally Posted by Blown_Red_97z
    Doesn't seem like many people have this exhaust. Does it line up with LTs? I've read you need to do certain things with the corsa,etc. in order to line it up and nit push the rer tips out too much
    The Corsa doesn't drone but does stick out further so you can read their name on the tips.

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    Re: Help me ID this Catback

    B&B has a bit of a drone but it does sound nice behind a set of L/Ts.

    I currently have the B&B long tubes, B&B Hi flow cats, and Cat back with the Resonator (which it appears you have one as well)

    I like the setup and if you go with the long tubes then I would recommend not converting it to an X-Pipe as it is loud. If you need proof, the police in my area will probably pipe up!

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