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Best bang for buck Catback

This is a discussion on Best bang for buck Catback within the External Engine forums, part of the LSx Technical Help Section category; If you want your presence known, go with a loudmouth system, they sound great with stock manifolds and cats. If ...

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    If you want your presence known, go with a loudmouth system, they sound great with stock manifolds and cats.

    If you ever plan on deleting your cats, most catbacks sound pretty raspy, hooker and magnaflow sounding the best though...

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    I dont want to get a ticket for my car being too loud.

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    loudmouth on a stock car won't get you pulled over. a friend of mine has the loudmouth on his stock trans-am, makes his car sound like it has more done than it does.

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    You will regret the Loudmouth in the future.

    When I first bought it, I loved it. Then I modded more...and it got too raspy. Then I cammed it, and I cut off the Loudmouth because it sounded like complete shit.

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    Buy a used Borla adjustable Like I did. Scour your local Craigslist or here on the classified section. I bought mine with only 5K miles for $300. Still looked new.

    If your dead set on a new one, Magnaflow would be my #2 choice
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    http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/pts/784747300.html 475$ seems a lil too pricey or is it just me?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Eric1987 View Post
    http://losangeles.craigslist.org/sfv/pts/784747300.html 475$ seems a lil too pricey or is it just me?
    A new Borla adjustable runs around $925.

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