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2008-2013 Cadillac CTS Performance Mods Discussion, Exhaust questions in Cadillac CTS Second Generation Forum - 2008-2013; Hey guys, Im thinking of changing out my mufflers on my 2011 cts coupe. And I was wondering what the ...
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    Exhaust questions

    Hey guys, Im thinking of changing out my mufflers on my 2011 cts coupe. And I was wondering what the dimensions are of the mufflers I need to get or the product numbers. Because I called a muffler shop and they are quoting me $150 a muffler, which seems a little high for me. I also was wondering if it was a good idea to add a X-pipe?

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    Borla axilback from autoanything for $700. Sounds great on my coupe, but definately keep the stock crossover... For now.

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    Re: Exhaust questions

    Quote Originally Posted by krenzema View Post
    Borla axilback from autoanything for $700. Sounds great on my coupe, but definately keep the stock crossover... For now.
    man thats a little more than I want to spend. I told the shop I would buy the mufflers and take it to them to get installed because I see them online for $80 each all day. But they couldnt or wouldnt tell me the part number so Im not sure of which one to buy.

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    Borla was expensive, but there is no drone. Good luck bolting up aftermarket mufflers that don't annoy the hell out of you at highway speeds...

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    Re: Exhaust questions

    Quote Originally Posted by krenzema View Post
    Borla was expensive, but there is no drone. Good luck bolting up aftermarket mufflers that don't annoy the hell out of you at highway speeds...
    went with a x-pipe and upgraded the pipe to 2.5 inch front to back and added 2 magnaflow mufflers at the very back, paid $420. Sounds mean!

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