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Old 06-16-2011, 10:14 PM   #1
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What is the best exhaust with long tubes that isnt a whole lot louder than stock? I want the performance but not the drone and loudness of it. What is the best setup for what I'm wanting? Also what are the best tuners for the ss camaros?

Oh yea. It's on a 2010 ss 6 speed man tranny
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Old 06-17-2011, 01:42 PM   #2
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magnaflow street is pretty docile. mbrp is quiet and deep too. as far as tuners go there are quite a few - jannetty racing, adm performance, livernois, vengeance racing, texas speed to name a couple
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I have never read a bad comment about Jannetty Racing! Ted Jannetty will be doing the tune on my BEEst!
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If you want to keep it close to stock but run long tubes leave your stock catback on. They aren't very restrictive at all. If you're in the market we have tons of options for headers or catbacks.
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Would also agree to leave the stock mufflers on instead of spending all that money !!My 5th gen made 430rwhp w/ the stock mufflers w/ just a few bolt-on's !
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ATR for the win...
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I have ARH mufflers and they sound awesome and are not loud at all
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