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Borla Attack vs Muffler Delete???

So I wont be able to pull the trigger on the GT Haus/Headers for another 5-6 months and this rig is way to quite stock. I am looking for a cheap alternative until then. I like my cars loud. I assume a muffler delete would be louder than the Borla Attack? I could find some 5" inch tips somewhere and go to an exhaust shop and have them welded up to straight pipe for $400 maybe?

Anybody have a good exhaust guy in OC?
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theres an atak for sale here with less than 100 miles for 500 shipped
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Re: Borla Attack vs Muffler Delete???

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theres an atak for sale here with less than 100 miles for 500 shipped
I saw that. I was thinking straight pipe would be a little louder and cheaper at the same time. I'm surprised no one has done it yet?

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Re: Borla Attack vs Muffler Delete???

Just did a muffler delete on my 14. Replaced rear boxes with magna flow 18' straight tips. Very happy with the sound so far but its only the first day. Will keep you updated!
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Just did a muffler delete on my 14. Replaced rear boxes with magna flow 18' straight tips. Very happy with the sound so far but its only the first day. Will keep you updated!
Excellent. Did you get tips for it? On a scale from 1-10 how loud is it?
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On a scale of loudness with stock being a 3/10 I'd say it's now a 7-8/10 very clean note, and a nice crackle and pop coming from the down shift. Only complaint at this stage is a slight drone coming in at gears 2-4 in the 30-50 km/h range. The tips are 18" long magnaflow polished stainless at 4" diameter. Going to live with this for the next few weeks and see how I feel. If the drone gets to me, might put in some variable mufflers such as verex by x-force.
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On a scale of loudness with stock being a 3/10 I'd say it's now a 7-8/10 very clean note, and a nice crackle and pop coming from the down shift. Only complaint at this stage is a slight drone coming in at gears 2-4 in the 30-50 km/h range. The tips are 18" long magnaflow polished stainless at 4" diameter. Going to live with this for the next few weeks and see how I feel. If the drone gets to me, might put in some variable mufflers such as verex by x-force.
Well this is the route I will go until I can get the GT Haus.
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So I wont be able to pull the trigger on the GT Haus/Headers for another 5-6 months and this rig is way to quite stock. I am looking for a cheap alternative until then. I like my cars loud. I assume a muffler delete would be louder than the Borla Attack? I could find some 5" inch tips somewhere and go to an exhaust shop and have them welded up to straight pipe for $400 maybe?

Anybody have a good exhaust guy in OC?

Why don't you set up Qtec Electric Cutouts right after the Headers. My mate RumbleBee (he is a forum member too) has the full stock exhaust with no cats. After he set up the cutouts he got the really wonderful and extremely roar sound when its open. It is 3x times louder, than my botla atak with sw headers and no cats. Really sound wow!!! The price is around 400-500 usd and you can ride in stock silence on a long trip on a highway...

Now I'm waiting for my gt haus, and I will set up the qtec cutouts right after the headers to have a really extrime sound option...
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Why don't you set up Qtec Electric Cutouts right after the Headers. My mate RumbleBee (he is a forum member too) has the full stock exhaust with no cats. After he set up the cutouts he got the really wonderful and extremely roar sound when its open. It is 3x times louder, than my botla atak with sw headers and no cats. Really sound wow!!! The price is around 400-500 usd and you can ride in stock silence on a long trip on a highway...

Now I'm waiting for my gt haus, and I will set up the qtec cutouts right after the headers to have a really extrime sound option...
I've had a bunch of different cutouts on my Vette's (That were dyno tuned with the cut outs open). My concern with doing it on this rig would be loss of low end torque and throwing a code if its off the headers. Since tuning is so shitty (Or lack thereof on these rigs), I don't see anyway of no throwing a code or losing a bunch of low end torque?
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Re: Borla Attack vs Muffler Delete???

I used the mufflex kit. It has 5" tips, and the necessary tubing for $299. I love the 5 inch tips.
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Video of the straight pipes pleeease
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I used the mufflex kit. It has 5" tips, and the necessary tubing for $299. I love the 5 inch tips.
Gday, just seeing how u like this kit? Im thinking of getting the same. Did they ship to you in Germany ok?
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