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Updated Exhaust Opinions?

I plan on upgrading my exhaust on my 2001 GT soon. It is completely stock exhaust wise right now. I was originally gonna go with the Borla stingers with the MAC pro-chamber but then I saw this video:
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This video was a long time ago and video and audio quality has improved a lot. I was wondering if anybody had either updated vids of this setup or similar setups.

I would like to see videos on any of the setups below:

-Mac cat back
-Mac cat back w/ O/R H or prochamber
-SLP LM setups
-Borla setups

Of course no video, no matter the quality, will do exhausts justice, but some are better than others.

I know this is a lot but if you got anything that could help me that would be great. Thanks!

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No videos here but if you can swing a Borla Stinger catback, do it! Best sounding exhaust on modulars especially with an X or Prochamber.

Socal2V has an O/R Prochamber and SLP LM2s and he loves it!


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I have a MAC catback and an o/r H.

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Rebuild in the works. New crank, 2013 Boss rods, srp .020 over flat top pistons with valve reliefs, 12:1 compression, ported pi heads, comp xe278ah cams.
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Do Borla Stingers sounds similar to Flows with an O/R X? From the videos I have seen I can not tell much of a difference other than borla being a bit deeper.

EDIT: I am not a big fan of how my O/R X sounds with Flowmaster 40's
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Do Borla Stingers sounds similar to Flows with an O/R X? From the videos I have seen I can not tell much of a difference other than borla being a bit deeper.

EDIT: I am not a big fan of how my O/R X sounds with Flowmaster 40's
I was so convinced for the longest time on getting Borla Stingers. Mainly because of all the great reviews. It was just a matter of saving up (I'm in Highschool). After doing a little more research, I saw someone link the video that I had above and man does that sound nice.

I don't have emissions. I don't have to really worry about cops around here, (small town, 2 of the cops in my town live within a block of me, so I know them all pretty well). I want it to be loud but not raspy like a tuner car. I want the deep muscle car grunt and growl.

I guess I could opt for the more expensive borla stingers and get a prochamber later, or I could got with the prochamber plus the mac cat back... idk.
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I have a MAC catback and an o/r H.
Do you have any video clips of it by chance?
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Do you have any video clips of it by chance?
I do, but you can't really base your exhaust sound off of my car. I'll post the video.....you'll understand.

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