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    Quote Originally Posted by mistreku View Post
    This is how headers and straight pipes with medium borla muffler sound like:





    But I'll be honest about it, it's quite loud and can get quite annoying on long trips. I hope it helps.
    Sounds so sweet


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    Thanks mate, but I genuinely hate it now! It's exhausting driving around in a DD like this one. I love the sound, but on a dedicated track car. I hope to fit a sound resonator soon and quite down the things a bit. It will still sound nice (I hope) but a bit less decibels!
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    Sounds epic
     
     

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    Well, if that's the sound you're looking for, decat and straight pipes all the way to the rear muffler. But you should also consider long trips and daily driving, it might be a bit too much. Especially under load, between 2000-3000RPM. That deep tone in low revs is so strong that it makes the rear windows vibrate.
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    Its a lovely sound but in a convertable with the roof down probly wouldnt hear myself think! I reckon m3 headers and removing the exhaust silencers should give me a bit more of a deeper grunt, hopefully
     
     

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    It will definitely be enough, imo.
    There are only two products required to make the universe work properly: Duct tape and WD40. 


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