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exhaust vs. car alarm

So last night i was cruisig one of the buissest streets around here..and everyone else was just laying down the throttle of the car, so i decided to just give my pony hell, and with just my dual flowmasters, and my x-pipe with two cats taken off, i set off two car alarms of cars that were sittin of the side of the road. It was pretty bad...but i just thought i would share my kinda cool experience with you guys.

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yea you'll get use to that type of stuff, i live in the city of chicago so almost any side street i turn on at least 3, 4 alarms go off without even getting on it, flowmasters have a deep to at the 2k rmp range...

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ya that nice low rpm sounds asome when the sounds reverberates off the buildings.


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Wait until your driving in a parking deck lol. Then you will def be setting off some car alarms.

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haha.. yea i got a few in a hospital parking garage b4

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yeah..it was pretty cool i guess ud say...and the more i think about it...and what car i set off...I recall that both alarms i set off were pontiac trans am.......humm.....must have been intimadated...lol...
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