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Old 08-16-2005
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right, and whats good about borla is it gives you both sound and performance. the gain i noticed was up top in the gears, but i also have an ohv so that could be a difference too but borla is the way to go!
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I really like the dual borla pro Xs ^^^^^

I think that may be what i go with.

It seems like the best for sound and performance.


So it would cost around $300 for dual borla pro Xs?
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Zach, I hit 6200 rpm, or to the point where the tranny goes nuts trying to get it into second. And yeah, maybe the other two perform BETTER. But I'm saying flowmaster does perform BETTER than stock. Maybe it's the way I have the pipes bent, the way the tips are or something but I would bet my left nut I've gained power over stock. Gas mileage... 13.9 mpg city to 14.3 with just flowmaster and with K&N to 14.9. These are all from 3 fill ups averaged. I'm also getting 22mpg highway cruising 65. I didn't only buy the flowmaster for sound, I liked the borla more. I've just had better live experiences with flowmaster over borla and that's where I'll leave it.
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So if flowmaster has very poor performance, why is everyone saying for me to get it?

because you said you didnt care about performance only sound.
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I really like the dual borla pro Xs ^^^^^

I think that may be what i go with.

It seems like the best for sound and performance.


So it would cost around $300 for dual borla pro Xs?
Yep, get the center/offset (shortest borla muffler, what i have!) from ebay, should cost no more than $100

Then Defenitly check around ALOT for shops to bend the pipes, i got mine done for $ 200 (stainless)

then tips of course......
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because you said you didnt care about performance only sound.
I said i dont want to loose performance tho.
By what i read flowmasters give worse power then stock.....right

but other then that, i did say sound only...i donno why i put that....
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dual flows wonder why i like them
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the only thing i know to say is read, the posts, take them as opinions and choose one, everyoene has there own tastes.
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I like my JBA Evol exhaust. It uses a magnaflow muffler.
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I like my JBA Evol exhaust. It uses a magnaflow muffler.
I have got JBA as well.... Awesome product!!! Sounds great!!! Go to www.jbaheaders.com they got two soundclips there!
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well ive heard my friends single in single out 50 series flowmaster and dissagree with it compared to my single in dual out 40 series flowmaster. Ive heard borla and that would be MY second choice and last resort would be magna.

i have a clip of my exhaust in my sig if you look down below more.

but i have to say its all in the layout of your pipes and how big or small you go in pipes. and your smaller mufflers are going to be louder. goodluck


haha btw you DID start another exhaust war NICE!!!:
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i have a single in single out flomaster 50 and i think it sounds really good not as much loud as the 40 but deaper tone and ground rumbling, i put cat back 3" stanles pipes and a 4" crome tip i payed $280 all welded and i love it my next would be the 40 cause i like sound better but i can also hit rev limmiter wile hitting hte highway and i do feel a lot more power and i only have a k&n filter drop in only getting the air charger, well u herd my oppinion i like flowmaster, my friends have had magnaflow and u can bearly hear them not as good as sound so they switched after they herd mine. hope u make a good decision
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