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Thoughts On Dual Tipped Magnaflow

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    Thoughts On Dual Tipped Magnaflow

    ANY THOUGHTS ON SOUND WITH PACESETTERS? I CURR RUN BORLA WITH STOCK MANIFOLDS AND Y PIPE, I HEARD ITS RASPY SO IM LOOKIN FOR A SWITCH THATS NOT TOO COSTLY

    OH AND LET ME KNOW IF UR INTERESTED IN MY BORLA, ITS THE DUAL TIPPED AS WELL. IT WONT BE FOR A LEAST 4-6 MONTHS THOUGH CAUSE MY CAR IS BACK HOME IN NY

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    THANKS FOR THE INPUT
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    I have pacesetters with ory and a magnaflow catback and its not raspy at all, kinda quiet in my opinion, during idle but at Wot it sounds pretty mean.
    With the borla its somewhat raspy but not too awful.
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    i have pacesetters with a catless y pipe and when i had a magnaflow, i found it to be raspy.
    i switched out the muffler for a hooker aeroflow and all is fine now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula View Post
    i have pacesetters with a catless y pipe and when i had a magnaflow, i found it to be raspy.
    i switched out the muffler for a hooker aeroflow and all is fine now.
    I have the exact same setup w/ magnaflow and I think it sounds a little raspy, but i haven't heard the car rev since last august. How much was that hooker muffler? I hope its worth the swap

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    Quote Originally Posted by sunsetorangess View Post
    I have pacesetters with ory and a magnaflow catback and its not raspy at all, kinda quiet in my opinion, during idle but at Wot it sounds pretty mean.
    With the borla its somewhat raspy but not too awful.
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