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Old 06-12-2014, 12:37 PM   #11
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Thanks guys! I had off-road H pipe with slp loudmouths on my 06 GT and it was demonic...looking to go the same route because F@#K my neighbors. I will probably go with the cat deletes and h-pipe on this car. Any opinions on keeping the resonators on the car?
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Old 06-12-2014, 12:38 PM   #12
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Thanks guys! I had off-road H pipe with slp loudmouths on my 06 GT and it was demonic...looking to go the same route because F@#K my neighbors. I will probably go with the cat deletes and h-pipe on this car. Any opinions on keeping the resonators on the car?
i've heard removing the resonators is ideal for quality sound and airflow. However, I'm still lost on what to do...
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Old 06-13-2014, 05:43 AM   #13
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You have a video of that set up? Cat deletes, x-pipe and the outlaw? I'd be interested to see how loud this would be to be honest, it sounds insanely loud just from the mods that you listed.
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Here's a quick one. Check out my channel for more views and angles. This one was filmed with an iPhone 4S. No idea why the audio is so freaking good.
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You have a video of that set up? Cat deletes, x-pipe and the outlaw? I'd be interested to see how loud this would be to be honest, it sounds insanely loud just from the mods that you listed.
I finally found the video! A buddy of mine put this together and it came out great. Enjoy!

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Yeah that sounds reaaaaaal good. Congrats that's awesome.
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Old 06-14-2014, 02:08 AM   #18
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i just got my JBA H-Pipe w/ cat delete installed today. I already have the gt500 axel back.

I was very very scared that it would be ridiculously loud. here's my first day impressions:

1. It basically magnifies the sound of the gt500 axle backs.
2. There is no drone at cruising speeds, esp 6th. 6th gear is perfectly quiet.
3. It's louder. WHen you rev, its def louder, and the more throttle you put down, it def gets loud. It will turn a lot more heads, but in a good way. It sounds like a BEEFED UP version of the GT500 axleback
4. Going through tunnels, it is loud, but so beautiful.
5. with the windows down, it def gets a little loud, but with the windows up, i was able to hold conversations and not have to turn my music up.
6. The smell isnt that bad, in fact i barely ever smelled it IN the car. Just mostly if i walked around the car.
7. Idle is perfectly quiet, and smooth. Startup is a slightly louder, but goes away once rpms drop.

I put on the Bama cat delete and hpipe tune and man it's just so responsive. The throttle response is improved, and the whole tq curve seems much smoother and comes faster.

If you have the GT500 axle backs, i would recommend it, but beware it's a bit louder, but not inbearable. it's beautiful.
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Is it a gassy smell or more like a lawnmower type smell?
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Is it a gassy smell or more like a lawnmower type smell?
It's a gassy smell with some vaporish hints... Hard to explain. Basically smells like an exhaust leak if you've ever had that. It's not the best but honestly isn't terrible either. And I barely ever smell it.
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