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Exhaust setup?

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I have an 11 GT500 and I am looking to install an exhaust. I want it to be EXTREMELY loud I was thinking of going with

 

lethal performance off road X pipe with

 

either a lethal performance over the axle pipe with either SLP loudmouths or PYPES bombs

 

or the lethal x pipe with a pypes cat back

 

also I will be deleting the resonators

 

Thanks in advance

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If you want loud put headers on it. I don't start my car before noon for fear I will piss off the neighbors 3 acres away.

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Borla Attaks seem to be a popular choice for people wanting maximum volume with a good name attached to them.

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so will catted or high flow catted headers be the same?

Mine are high flow catted only because I have a yearly visual inspections in my state. From what I understand uncatted makes a difference at above 800-900 hp.

Not sure about any difference in the sound.

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Yeah you have to lift the engine to put them on.

 

I bought my headers from Shelby.

http://www.shelbystore.com/product-p/Z52-S7M-9430-C178C.htm

The one and only reason I bought from them was for the GT500 engraving. Not surprisingly the headers I received didn't have that engraving. I guess it was my fault for once again trusting Shelby to deliver on what they advertise.

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I believe so. It may be possible to do it without lifting the engine but it is so much easier to just lift it.

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