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Old 10-29-2012, 04:00 PM
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If you want your car to sound like a Rice Rocket get Zoomers.
LOL, now that's probably one of the funniest statements I've ever read on this site.
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Seriously man lol I tell ppl to each is own and hopefully no one is offended by my statement. The fact of the matter is any exhaust system is better then no system at all.
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Old 10-31-2012, 06:05 AM
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You should listen to your flowmaster catback from outside the car sometime, trust me, it doesn't sound as cool as you think, expecially at hi RPMs. However exhaust is subjective...but stainless steel types are not and you should staighten out your facts before you claim to know about it.
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MGRP or zoomers.. I have mgrb cat back nice sound..I like zoomers as well but the sound is very similiar to having the suitcases removed and putting blastin bobs... blastin bobs at high rpm however sounds like rice burner... mgrb has a nice low rumble... WOT its sick.

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I have heard the MBRP in person and was very disappointed, it was droney and not loud at WOT. Blastin' Bobs just amplify the stock sound, I don't know how you could call that ricey...droney yes. I have them and I know.

I'm just going to get out of this topic I think...I can't take much more LOL

I will be spending my hard-earned pennies on the Corsa extreme, been around these SRTs for a while now, nothing comes close to the sound or quality - and for Tuck10, the aviation-grade T304 stainless that the Corsa is made out of is not very common, check and see for yourself instead of assuming.
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I have heard the MBRP in person and was very disappointed, it was droney and not loud at WOT. Blastin' Bobs just amplify the stock sound, I don't know how you could call that ricey...droney yes. I have them and I know.

I'm just going to get out of this topic I think...I can't take much more LOL

I will be spending my hard-earned pennies on the Corsa extreme, been around these SRTs for a while now, nothing comes close to the sound or quality - and for Tuck10, the aviation-grade T304 stainless that the Corsa is made out of is not very common, check and see for yourself instead of assuming.
Sorry man I should note that you are getting the best exhaust known to man lol. I'm such a fool please excuse my stupidness Mr. EricG, i'm assuming the ''G" stands for Genius lol. Funny how you write at the end "I HAVE THEM AND I KNOW". Well the door swings both ways "Captain Kirk", I have them, and I know myself. I did every test imaginable, out the car at high rpm's/low rpms, windows down/up, low speed while not in proper gear, high speeds in low gear you name it. All my cars were and still is Hemi's 6.1, and 6.4 not gonna mention my 5.7 Top Banana Charger, so the point I am making here is i've been around these SRT's for a long time as well.

Here is my advice to you, get whatever exhaust you feel comfortable with. BEFORE, key word BEFORE I bought my Flowmaster catback 3 inch exhaust I did not find ways to bash anyone/Flowmaster who was thinking otherwise to solidify my decision. Dude just get Corsa for pete sake lol. Like I said before "to each is own". Don't quite understand your rebuttal about the steel.
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lol....eric i think you ruffled his feathers....
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Regarding mufflers/pipes and think most people associate "higher price" with being better. In some cases this could be true especially regarding the metal. Flowmaster Super 40's uses a 409 stainless. Corsa stainless is a little better, Zoomers uses a 304 stainless and so on. Which of these three has the better sound is totally ones opinion but I really think some people believe "if you are paying more for it, it sounds better", and if you are paying less you will have drone lol.

If I have 409 stainless steel versus your 304 stainless who is gonna rust quicker? Answer is after having the exhaust for 15 years I will start to probably show rust with my 409s you will start to show it after 17 given same driving conditions and weather for example. Well after 7 years maybe way less then that there will be something new and improved.
Well I was just referring to this^^^

Corsa definitely is T304, Zoomers claims to be even though people have that metal netting inside the tips rust out on them all the time. In a winter climate, the 304 systems stay very nice for many many years, they'll even last a lifetime if you clean them. The T40x systems will rust big time in a winter climate, and they look terrible after 5 years. I used to live in Ohio and have seen it first hand.

I know this, if a system claims to be T304, and yet it's $700-$800, I just don't believe it because the material costs are too high for it to really be the "good" stuff.

Corsa is a zero-comprimise super high-quality company, and their exhausts have the "cleanest" sound out there that you hear OUTSIDE the car, not very much INSIDE it. It's obvious that I am a huge fan boy, and I don't apologize one bit for it. It is completely ridiculous to compare something like a Flowmaster set up to it.
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Sorry to change the conversation, but Eric is your black challenger in the picture lowered??? Looks great, just curious.
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As far as sound, it's just a matter of personal preference. I can't take drone, so Corsa is my favorite. Corsa is also very high quality. I had a set on every Viper I owned over the years and it is a favorite of that crowd. But, then again, many Viper people like Borla systems also. Never heard of anyone in the Viper world wanting anything Flowmaster made... But, maybe flowmaster doesn't even make anything for Vipers??? Never checked.
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