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In the next week or two, I'm pushing through my order for some Borla Stingers for my 99 GT. I'm still on my stock mid-pipe and don't plan on changing it. My only problem is I drive a LOT of highway, like 80% highway. As far as I've read, the Borlas offer the least amount of drone in 5th and still sound awesome when going through the gears.
I'm doing roughly 2 days worth of driving soon, and I'm wondering if I should get the Borlas beforehand or after I've come back from my trip. I'm used to noise, I got a bad pinion bearing currently, but I've already got the replacement bearings, so that's going to be nice once it's gone.
So yeah, should I wait to get them post trip or pre trip?
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__________________ 1999 Silver Metallic GT - 5 speed
AM Cold Air Intake, Magnaflow Magnapacks, FRPP B Springs, Koni Str.T Shocks/Struts, J&M Lower Control Arms, Sequential Taillights, 17" Black Bullitts (275 in front/315 in rear) on NITTO NT555's
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