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Exhaust... Hmmm

yZoH

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Hey all... Concidering my Cat Converter has been dead for about 6months now an the smell is finally getting to me. I'm thinking about finally getting a new exhaust system.

I'm looking at a VT 6 Cat converter (Is there any difference?)

And a 2.5" Mandral bent with Magnaflow center muffler cat back exhaust with no rear muffler.

I just need another $150 or so for this to happen. So I'm trying to sell stuff... LoL

Not a fancy system... Just I was never going to do exhaust until I needed to... Well... I need to because old ones finally falling apart.

Hmm curious...........

What exhaust does everyone else run... Mufflers? Cats? Dimensions?

Cheers
MaT

2 Exhaust variants I'll either go FOR CHEAP!

VT Cat, 2.5" Mandral bent exhaust into Magnaflow Muffler, 2.5" out into a hotdog, then twin 2.5" Dump tips...

VT Cat, 2.5" Mandral bent exhaust into Redback Muffler, 2.5" Straight through rear with twin 2.5" Dump tips...
 

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Get a straight through muffler or centre expansion unit... Doesnt really matter what cat you get.

A hotdog at the back would stop droning and give you a deeper, meaner note when you do accelerate if ya get the right kind. Again get a straight through or centre expansion style man.
 

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Redback for the win in my opinion. Pacemaker headders, followed by a 2.5" Redback system
 

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I have pacemakers up front, then twin stock cats, with Lukey mufflers, and a nice big oval tip at the end. Couldn't be happier :D
 

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i had a video somewhere.. if you havent already seen it.

Redback system
 

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You should get a good flowing cat, straight through muffler and a big arse (stock) resonator on the back, that should make it crackle pretty nice without being loud
 

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Stock cat, 2.5" Redback 1 muffler twin dump tips
 

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2.5" Redback Hiflo cat Redback straight through muffler, Small Hot dog some crackle and plenty burble V8 like Twin 2.5" Dump. All up $600.
No Dog maybe minus $90, No Dump pipes minus $90.
 

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Pacemaker extractors , 2.5' carsound (magnaflow) hiflow cat, 2.5' Redback system
 
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