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Old 02-23-2007, 12:10 PM   #11
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My exhaust gives just a hint of what'* under the hood at idle. I have a magnaflow cat, res, and muffler.

But when I open it up, you can actually almost hear it over the scream of an M62 with a 2" pulley. From behind, it'* still VERY noticable, even since adding the resonator. The res takes the raspy and poppy sounds away, and takes out a little of the interior (cabin) drone at 2500 rpms.
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