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#46 Old 04-18-2013, 01:27 PM
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I'd say go with an AP first because then if you buy full exhaust, then it'll need to be tuned anyways. So with the AP you can do that much easier. If you want a deep sound, personally I like Cobb. With a Cobb AP and a full Cobb turboback system. That will put you at your goal. Plus you'll be stage 2 at that point.

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Dp will not give you sound on the stock axel backs. Get a nameless axel (I don't suggest the delete if u plan on a dp)


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Idk on this, I gotta disagree personally. My installation of the DP def gave me a little more depth and sound. I purposefully installed the CAI first and drove it around the block a few times before installing the DP. This way I could have a better understanding of what each part was giving me for performance and sound. Anyone else notice a difference with theirs installed? I personally like my exhaust now. Getting a CBE is way down the mod trail for me.


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You will get some sound diff with a DP... catted or not.

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Idk on this, I gotta disagree personally. My installation of the DP def gave me a little more depth and sound. I purposefully installed the CAI first and drove it around the block a few times before installing the DP. This way I could have a better understanding of what each part was giving me for performance and sound. Anyone else notice a difference with theirs installed? I personally like my exhaust now. Getting a CBE is way down the mod trail for me.


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I can't believe you disagreed w me! For the love of god!!!! Haha jk bro.


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Lol...I was just trying not to be a DB about it. Most people on forums LOVE any chance to jump all over someone's back when a simple mistake or misjudgement is made. It's kinda comical how most people on forums must feel like their the most knowledgable. I just like to kill time not start drama


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I know the most about acetylene, so HA!!!

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Oh yeah?! Well my tire game is second to none...so there!


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FOL!!!!!
You can keep it, my most hated job when I had to do it in the garage, tipping my hat to you

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Damn, the system is bumping some 2 week old threads

I just got this on my "new posts" link

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ALL my latest threads are like days old and I can't even find the current ones lol...catastrophe! What shall we do?! Lol...hopefully it's fixed soon.


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