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Old 12-18-2003, 12:35 AM   #21
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So since our engines our so different mine would probably sound pretty close to what i want?
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Sounds like it to me, but it'* guesswork. Nobody can tell you what it will sound like. Every car has a unique tone to it, even with the same components. Add higher flowing components, and the differences are very apparent. I can tell you, yours will be quieter than mine if you use the exact same cat and muffler.
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thats what i want is for it to be quieter than your using the same components. I think it would produce the exact sound i am looking for. If not it would give me better performance. If it is still to loud for my liking i can just change it to fit my needs
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That'* really what you need to do. Build it for performance, then work with it until you have the sound you want.

Your stock piping is 2.25". Mine was 2.5". That alone will make yours quieter.
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I found the shoun that I want. This is a link from mnbonnevilleclub.com
http://www.mnbonnevilleclub.com/imag...v/MOV01737.MPG

Its an audio link. This is about the perfect sound that I want.

Thanks zeke.
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See that purdy car on the left?

That'* exacly what i want too! Imagine that...
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