Total cost was about $250.Look's just about like the magnaflow catback. What was the total cost?
I kind of like the stockers. I am not a huge fan of big tips, but I may get the Borla oval tips in the future, just to fill the bumper cut-outs better.Gotta get bigger tips. Good job though.
Oh, and we need a sound clip.
Could you kindly point a fellow to this $50 X-Pipe? A link would be great.
I have been thinking about doing this for a while...the main reason i want to go this route, is that I don't want to deal with selling my stock exhaust or storing it..
Does this exhaust setup truly sound as good as the real deal Magnaflow exhaust?? does anyone remember seeing one in person?? I don't see why it wouldn't if i got the legit Mangaflow x-pipe, but since no one has thrown a video up, I'm hesitant..
thanks for the infoI've never heard a Magnaflow catback in person, but I bet it sounds identical to mine. I used the same mufflers that they use for the catback, and an x-pipe is what it is. I am very happy with the exhaust, not too loud at all, but it will turn heads!
Yes, but they are very muffled, more of a low pitch pop. The mufflers take the sharp sound of the pop away.thanks for the info
any popping on decel??
That is sorta what I have. I just replaced the mufflers with some chrome 4" tips. Sounds good for $130. ($60 ea. for the dam tips so the shop welded them up for basically free). Yes there is drone and no I don't mind it for the awesome sound gained!Any point in doing just the mufflers without the x-pipe? Would it still have some decent sound?