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    USMCLS1
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    Got mac mids

    Well i just put on some mac mids no Cats and i have a stock ss catback on and i t souns like sh!t from 2000 to 2500 rpm what do i do, get a new catback how bout hooker m going for budget so corsa/ borla are out of the picture. The rasp is just too much so i need to do something so no catbacks that will make the rasp worse ie loudmouth however i have never heard the lmII any help would be greatly appreciated

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    Hooker catback is going to flow real well and from what I've read it cuts down on rasp better then Magnaflow. try LS1sounds.com to see if there are any clips there of MACs with Hooker catback

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    thanks for the info

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    the hooker muffler really cuts down on rasp.
    i have long tubes and had a magnaflow exhaust and it was too much.
    i bought a hooker muffler, took out the magnaflow muffler and put in the hooker.
    it cut down on rasp alot.
    youll always have rasp minus cats, its just not bad with the hooker.
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    Eric @ DMS
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    Install a bullet on your intermediate pipe...it'll cut down the rasp

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