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I was hoping those with aftermarket exhausts could post a picture of your rear end so I can see how they look on the car.

I've heard lots of sound clips and I've seen many pictures but I thought it would be cool to have all the different exhaust pictures in one spot to compare them all.
 

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I'll do pics and sound ;) I love them, gotta show them off when I can!!







 

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"Real" men do this, and then don't WHINE about drone! :lol: :) :headbang:



A DUMPED exhaust, Kooks headers, Magnaflow "True-flows" and NO KITTIES makes for a KILLER sound! :)
 

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"Real" men do this, and then don't WHINE about drone! :lol: :) :headbang:



A DUMPED exhaust, Kooks headers, Magnaflow "True-flows" and NO KITTIES makes for a KILLER sound! :)
you know i thought about doing this but the blank cut outs in the bumper would kill the look of the car so i canned that idea...but im sure it sounds bas azz...
 

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get those tips off of there pronto...if you are convinced they are ugly then chit, cut em off immediately.
 

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get those tips off of there pronto...if you are convinced they are ugly then chit, cut em off immediately.
This pic should give you a better idea of why I think they're so ugly ... they're 4" tips but they're only a few inches long ... they just look weird

 

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I have the Flowmaster catback system and I love the sound at WOT but wish it was louder at idle, but anyway I also noticed that at far away from the side my 4" tips looked funny. I thinnk they should have made the tips come right out of the resonaters without having the flashlight look.
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