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    Quote Originally Posted by jbak View Post
    I have headers, straight pipes, x-pipe, high-flow cats. It's only loud on startup. Drone...yes but j-pipes take care of that. I hear lots of cars that have less HP but are way louder than mine.
    Agreed "loud on startup" mine is that way also, but after it warms up its not as loud. I don't have much drone now that DOD gone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jbak View Post
    I hear lots of cars that have less HP but are way louder than mine.
    How about cars that are quieter but have way more power than yours?

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    I suppose if you are an ass already, your exhaust will not change anything. I was generally respectful, and I still talk to all of my neighbors (I do have a bit more land between me and my closest neighbor than most, though).

    Do what you want...it's all reversible anyway.
    Yes for us larger guys that screw can be a pain!

    08 G8 GT, IOM, Rotofab, HSRK, Kooks LTs, track pipes, Custom engine covers, catch can, radiator cover, and tranny tunnel brace. 402hp/396tq - not bad for a bolt -on car.
    8.43 1/8th; 2.01 60' - no skillz.

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