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This is a discussion on true duals within the Firebird / WS6 forums, part of the Vehicle Specific category; Originally Posted by ban-one www.ls1sounds.com they have tons of pics and sound clips they have one or two with the ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by ban-one View Post
    www.ls1sounds.com they have tons of pics and sound clips they have one or two with the bassani x it says proto type but its just an old video. its not a good video it doesnt sound good.
    yeah, that one is mine. i uploaded it almost two years ago back when i first installed the exhaust on the car. this is it.
    http://www.vincihighperformance.com/...l/DSCF0034.AVI
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    just to clarify i meant that the video sounded bad im sure the car sounds good in person

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wheeler99WS6 View Post
    TSP tru-duals here with Sweet thunder mufflers, I personally dont care how stupid the rear of my car looks with no tips. Cant look too stupid considering that is all they are gonna see when we line em up. lol. jk. I personally like the sound most of the time, only time it bothers me is around 1300-2000 ish rpm, but not so much that I want to change it already. Not too loud at idle but loud as all get out at WOT.
    yeah i believe i asked you in another thread how bad does it scrape? and which muffler did you go with sweet thunder, moroso, or the bullets? IMO the bullets and sweet thunder sound the best.

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    Went with the Sweet thunder. I have had no scraping so far, I avoid the usual stuff though such as speed bumps etc. little bit of xpipe rub occasionally though. but not so much I am displeased.
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    i was looking at the bassani before i saw the tsp and then i heard it on www.ls1sounds.com and now all i have to do is figure out if i want the Sweet Thunder or the bullets

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    is x pipe really the best way to go do think thier would be a problem if we i go with straight pipes

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    Quote Originally Posted by silverbullit1972 View Post
    is x pipe really the best way to go do think thier would be a problem if we i go with straight pipes
    An X-pipe will generally give you an increase in HP and a better sound.

    If thats what your question was...

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    thanks so you think the x pipe would be better any brand suggestions i want the most bang for my buck

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    An X-PIPE is always the way to go!

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    any suggestioms on wat brand i should look towards

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    yeah go to texasspeed.com and search their true duals its 400 and dumps before the rear axle but you will need headers unless you want to fab something to bolt to stock cats. the tsp true duals dumps before the rear axle. so if you have a t/a you can either run with no tips or make it look like you have tips.

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