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Old 07-16-2013, 10:01 PM   #1
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Alright so I'm looking into something simple. Because mainly I don't want to void my warranty..

My two choices as of right now I want it to be LOUD and beefy rumble as possible without having to remove my cats.

SLP Loudmouths or Flowmaster Outlaw.

I've saw nothing but good things on youtube of the flowmaster outlaw sounding mean as hell. To me the loudmouths aren't as loud.
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Mac Boomtubes sound pretty good on an otherwise stock exhaust
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I've heard alot of bad things about boom tubes.
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I've heard alot of bad things about boom tubes.
Other than being too loud I loved mine. The drone with no cats and longtubes was way too loud. On a catted car it sounded sick
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I can second the motion of Boom tubes sounding downright awesome on a otherwise stock exhaust. They are very aggressive and loud though. But I had no drone and no popping though. OP go with the boom tubes you won't be disappointed if you want loud.
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Mac axle backs. got them. love them. growl, rumble, and good volume
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I just put Loudmouths on last week and love them. Very nice aggressive sound when you get on it.
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So you guys are saying boom tubes are better than loud mouths?
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i have heard loud mouths on another GT and can honestly say they have more popping and crackling then the boom tubes. The boom tubes have virtually none of that. I have had flowmasters on my 02 GT and I hated them. Mucho drone.

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I'm not a big fan of the popping and crackling.

It seems like no one on here says anything about the flowmaster outlaws..
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