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Exhaust back fire clank on accelerate. I'm stumped

I have american racing headers 3/4 with their o/r X. stock cat back pipes and flowmaster hush power axle backs.

I've had the set up for a long time for over 2 years with borla stingers. Never a problem !!! I switched the stingers to SLP loud mouths. After that this problem happened

When I am costing at 1500-3000 rpms and I hit the gas to accelerate agian the pipes clank and a huge POP noise arises. Like a poof every time i get back on the gas at any rpm. Even after shifting too

I added exhaust sealant to every clamp. That didn't help

Need help I'm ducking stumped

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I've had the set up for a long time for over 2 years with borla stingers. Never a problem !!! I switched the stingers to SLP loud mouths.

I highlighted the "problem" which really isn't a problem so much as that's just how they are.

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I highlighted the "problem" which really isn't a problem so much as that's just how they are.
I went through 5 different axle backs on the car.

SLP's
Gt500
Kooks axle backs
Pypes
Now hushpowers

All 5 the same thing
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You know...... I have not gotten a revised tune after all this
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