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Yet another exhaust question.

I know there are a lot of these exhaust threads (I know because I read most of them ) but I would like some help.
I live in Europe so no chance of listening to the different setups.
Also shipping + 32% of taxes makes it ''a little'' expensive for trial and error.
What i am looking for is a nice deep V8 rumble without drone, not too loud but you should hear there's 420 HP V8 under the hood .
I have already narrowed down my choice. So what do you think guys.

Loved: Bassani, but they seem to drone.
Loved: Mac, seem to drone too

Love:GT 500, choice of my wallet:hihi: and I hear mostly good things about them.
Love: Borla Touring, Oh man these sound great. Listened to them on the Borla site. S type is to race car like for me. Atak....OMG but I still like my neighbors

Is there a lot of difference in sound between the Touring and GT500?
The difficult task of deciding partly on you shoulders now....:hihi:

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@ myself...I will only do the axelbacks, No X, longtubes etc.


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I'm running the BASSANI catback system right now. But I started with just the Axelbacks. They're fantastic and a great choice for what you're looking for. I never had any drone until I added the catted X-pipe and deleted the resonators. Even then, the little drone I picked up doesn't bother me. Sounds great. A little expensive, but you get what you pay for.

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Well I had Roush, the welds were junk and they were kinda raspy.

Then I had Pypes, they were made like crap, had no tonal quality and were very raspy.

Now I have GT500's with resonator deletes. They aren't as loud, but have no rasp, no drone and the best sound by far. Plus the best fit and finish and they are priced well.
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Thanks for the info guys.

The roush I have heared in person and are too load for me.

hmmmm, ok thanks Bassani back on my short list.
How is the sound with just the AB's.....nice deep rumble?

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