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Torn on what exhaust to go with 13 GT

Had my 2013 GT for about 2 months now, been doing my research since the night I brought it home on different mods and exhausts. I'm pretty pumped, just took advantage of the Steeda discount they're having and ordered their power pack (CAI & Tune). Now I'm looking to close out the day by ordering my exhaust,
I'm just really torn between 3 different option really...1. Roush axle back 2. Flowmaster Outlaw axleback 3. GT500 with O/R X pipe....I know option 3 is the only one in which I'd see a power gain, so that's a definite advantage, disadvantage is its the most expensive of the 3 obviously. I live in Tennessee so emissions aren't an issue with the O/R and GT 500's....

Just looking for different opinions on each and maybe pros and cons because right now I'm pretty torn...thanks!

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Had my 2013 GT for about 2 months now, been doing my research since the night I brought it home on different mods and exhausts. I'm pretty pumped, just took advantage of the Steeda discount they're having and ordered their power pack (CAI & Tune). Now I'm looking to close out the day by ordering my exhaust,
I'm just really torn between 3 different option really...1. Roush axle back 2. Flowmaster Outlaw axleback 3. GT500 with O/R X pipe....I know option 3 is the only one in which I'd see a power gain, so that's a definite advantage, disadvantage is its the most expensive of the 3 obviously. I live in Tennessee so emissions aren't an issue with the O/R and GT 500's....

Just looking for different opinions on each and maybe pros and cons because right now I'm pretty torn...thanks!
you want rasp and high pitched sound and no drone go with gt500 and off road x pipe, want cheap and badass deep sound and very little good rasp and no drone for a cheap price and power($600) go with the off road JBA H PIPE and gt500s.

want god awful drone go with the outlaws

want rasp and small drone at 2k-2.2k but good loud sound go for the roush.

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How about option 4, Borla Touring? If I could go back I'd probably take those instead of the GT500.

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you want rasp and high pitched sound and no drone go with gt500 and off road x pipe, want cheap and badass deep sound and very little good rasp and no drone for a cheap price and power($600) go with the off road JBA H PIPE and gt500s.

want god awful drone go with the outlaws

want rasp and small drone at 2k-2.2k but good loud sound go for the roush.

Does the off road X pipe create the high pitch sound with the GT500's? I have the 500's with otherwise stock exhaust and it isn't even close to a high pitch sound. Nice and deep rumble. Just curious.

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Best GT exhaust is GT500 mufflers and wide open Boss 302 side exit pipes, sounds KILLER!!!

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