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    what is the best exhaust

    Hey Guys Just Recently Bought An 02' Ws6 M6 And I Was Looking To Put A Catback On It.

    I Want The Most Powerful Exhaust System For A Decent Price, Loudness Is Not An Issue With Me. Can Anyone Help Me Out With Which Kind I Should Purchase. I Was Thinking Slp Or Flowmaster But I Wasnt Sure

    Thanks, Kevin

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    Flowmaster will gain the lowest amount of power.

    Most others are about the same gains.
    I like Magnaflow.

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    Loudmouth.

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    Quote Originally Posted by INMY01TA View Post
    Loudmouth.
    I 2nd that

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    Quote Originally Posted by rajiv1998 View Post
    I 2nd that
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    Deal with SLP if you like...


    The Loudmouth is a good catback. Problem is...it sounds horrible with longtube headers. Really raspy and just doesn't sound like a V8.

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    i say screw the catback and run true dual exhaust. there is no substitute for the sound and the power (on the high end).

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    I second "secondgearscratch" suggestion.

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    Quote Originally Posted by secondgearscratch View Post
    i say screw the catback and run true dual exhaust. there is no substitute for the sound and the power (on the high end).
    i know theres a true dual kit out there... not sure where to look and suggestions?

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    Quote Originally Posted by PureSShp00 View Post
    i know theres a true dual kit out there... not sure where to look and suggestions?
    all i know of is texas speed's true dual setup. a variety of manufacturers make x pipes, which is the key link really. after that you pick your poison with the mufflers.....i wont be running cats but you can i suppose...or atleast resonators.

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    Get headers and true duels ASAP. TSP(Texas Speed and Performance) Rumbler dual exhaust system.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huskerz1 View Post
    Get headers and true duels ASAP. TSP(Texas Speed and Performance) Rumbler dual exhaust system.
    +1 well said

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    Quote Originally Posted by secondgearscratch View Post
    all i know of is texas speed's true dual setup. a variety of manufacturers make x pipes, which is the key link really. after that you pick your poison with the mufflers.....i wont be running cats but you can i suppose...or atleast resonators.
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    I love my GMMG. Got in on a group purchase and saved som $$$. Sounds wicked with my KooKs and Catted high flow y pipe. Nice gains...
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    Go with either TSP's Rumbler or there true dual set-up if you go that route. The rumbler is only 225 bucks and sounds damn good.

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    loudmouth has excellent flow, flowmaster is not the master of any type of flow

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    I'm in the same boat myself, trying to figure out the best combo and still be street legal in Cali.

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    I have MAGNAFLOW. It's quiet at idle, but at 3000 rpm and higher, the engine ROARs....it especially incredible inside tunnels and under the overpasses. It's just a catback and turns heads. No drone or crazy rumble at cruise either...the best of both worlds....quiet when you want it and loud when you want it too!

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