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Yes I know "it's not a v8" and it won't ever get that sound I just want a deep rumble at idle and acceleration I know it's possible. I've heard Solos and Zoomers are best. What is THE best. All suggestions welcome. PS could I put cutouts on a system like the solo to get louder?


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CAI will help with sound. Dont bother removing j-pipes on solo kit, will sound horrendous.

Ive recently bought some cutouts but im having problems with clearance. I need to take it to a professional exhaust shop but it did look really dicey.

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CAI will help with sound. Dont bother removing j-pipes on solo kit, will sound horrendous.

Ive recently bought some cutouts but im having problems with clearance. I need to take it to a professional exhaust shop but it did look really dicey.

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So what do you recommend solos?



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I've heard both on youtube, probably doesn't do it justice but the zooms sounds better than solo imo
 

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Rumble? Get a Hemi... however I think the Solo exhaust for the V6 makes it sound more aggressive/meaner.
 

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I designed my own set up and I think it sounds better than Solo, which prior I thought was the best. I had the factory X cut out and replaced the 2 mufflers with a Dynomax Ultraflow X and added two Dynomax race bullets where the resonators were. Still a little drone when the car is cold.
 
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