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Old 01-08-2013, 06:26 PM   #1
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Turbo xs exhaust with catless mid pipe

I just need opinons on the turbo xs exhaust with silencers and the catless mid pipe. I hear some people say its way too loud and others who love it. Just need some elp thanks
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the newer ones are incredibly loud, and drones hard even with the oem midpipe
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Well, thanks for that info, i was thinking about a purchase myself. But i didnt want to pull the trigger on it for fear of becoming just like the "rice" i so dispise. Im still hoping to find someone at a local meet where i can hear it first hand and decide.
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I have the TurboXS catback and I really like it. I've had it for almost a year now and I really think it's a good buy. Cruising with it on the highway can be kinda loud around 70+ though. If I were to do this over again I'd probably get the BHR midpipe and keep the oem catback.
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BHR midpipe and keep the oem catback.
best combo IMO
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I've had it on mine for over a year. Its only loud to me if you really lay into it. I've got nothing but complements from other car people. I get people telling me about my flames too.
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+1 i have the full turbo xs exhaust (heders mid and cat ) and is really really loud hehe
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I have it with the stock cat and it's loud lol
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