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Old 02-16-2017, 04:33 PM   #15
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Considering the number of people that practically give away their stock exhausts, this is the best advice.
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... If you really want to keep it 2.5" all the way through, save yourself the money and find a local exhaust fabricator that uses mandrel bends, and they can run you a new 2.5" pipe from the back of the resonator to the flange on your Borla...
I would go this route.
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Because catbacks are extremely expensive?

I had a Works axleback and a custom single exit before I ponied up for a full catback.

It's hard to justify the price for no performance gain. I only got mine to quiet down the rest of my exhaust which is not the case for people who don't have any aftermarket exhaust parts.
And save money....duh.
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got ab-m because no lift, no garage and stands, didnt wanna fiddle with that much pipe. also it was most economical solution to satisfy desire for more loud
Save money, and buy all those items then save money again and buy catback.
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