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Cat back is next....What brand?

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    Senior Member mrr23's Avatar
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    bassani tru-duals on my 00 formula that is all stock motor wise. here's a sound byte. this is with stock manifolds and cats. http://www.vincihighperformance.com/...l/DSCF0034.wmv

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    Borla...can't beat the sound!
    2000 WS6 A4 Black/Black, Borla, LS1 lid, TB bypass, BBK ported TB

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    I'd say get a cutout in the I-pipe for 60 bucks including welding and it'll give you the same permformance and great sound. Then save your money until you can get LT headers and true duals. The cut-out will just keep you happy in the meantime. And I think cat-back systems are too expensive.

    But if you insist I'd go with Magnaflow. Flows great and sounds great.

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    cutouts are great for sound. do almost nothing for performance. i used to have one.

    Now here's results of my exhaust endeavors. This is with 200 n2o. the stock vs cutout was same day.

    distance --- stock --- cutout --- cutout colder --- Bassani
    60ft ------- 1.987 ---- 2.074 ------ 2.020 ---------1.969
    1/8 -------- 7.902 ---- 7.912 ------ 7.990 -------- 7.739
    mph ------- 93.20 ---- 93.97 ------ 92.16 --------- 98.60
    1/4 ------- 12.102 --- 12.080 ----- 12.191 ------- 11.814
    mph ------ 117.12 --- 118.06 ----- 118.20 -------- 121.35


    NA times

    distance --- stock --- cutout --- cutout colder --- Bassani
    60ft ------- 2.033 ---- 2.073 ----- 2.031---------- 2.044
    330ft ------ 5.788 ---- 5.822 ----- 5.759 --------- 5.723
    1/8 -------- 8.808 ---- 8.833 ----- 8.729 --------- 8.656
    mph ------- 82.33 ---- 82.55 ----- 83.70 --------- 84.27
    1000ft ---- 11.404 ---- blank ---- 11.278 -------- 11.196
    1/4 ------- 13.606 --- 13.636 ---- 13.449 -------- 13.345
    mph ------ 101.66 ---- 101.58 ---- 104.05 ------- 105.15

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    i have corsa cat back and i love it!!!!

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    Stainless Works F-Body cat-back exhaust systems

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    I have a stock 02 ws6. I want it to sound as good as it looks. What type of cat back should I buy?
    "Stainless Works" offers 3 different stainless steel exhaust kits for the 1993-2002 F-Bodies. All of our products are manufactured right here in Cleveland Ohio using U.S. labor & materials. Stainless Works part number “CA9302CH” (retails for $838.95) is a “Chambered Exhaust” system consisting of a 3.5” chambered front section and 3” rear sections. The system includes 3.5” slash cut tips as standard equipment, Y-tips or wide oval tips are available as an option for an addition $100.00. Our part number “CA93023.0” (retails for $681.45) is a “Turbo Muffler System” which has a 3” front section with 3” tailpipes. Part number “CA93023.5” (retails for $838.95) is also a “Turbo Muffler System” but has a 3.5” front section and 3” tailpipes. The 3.5” turbo system is better suited for extreme horsepower applications where a single 3” system is not large enough. Both of the turbo systems also include 3.5” slash cut tips as standard equipment, Y-tips or wide oval tips are available as an option for an addition $100.00. Stainless Works also offers a variety of replacement Y-pipes and header kits for the F-body cars as well. E-mail us at info@stainlessworks.net for further details.

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    magnaflow or hooker both flow great, sounds great and dont cost much!

    slp sounds like crap with headers

    Flowmaster flow like crap and are worse with headers. You can hear the resistance after LT install.

    Borla and GMMG are great flowing but more costly!

    Instead of buying a cat back you could just buy a set of LTs ORY and a cutout. Nothing flows better!!!

    a cutout netted me 11 rwhp and 12rwtq over a flowmaster system!!!
    Last edited by ibanez7; 01-06-2006 at 01:11 PM.

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