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I was running Kooks long tubes w/ green cats and the Solo Street Race Exhaust.

I really liked it a lot; however it was very raw and almost to loud.

I was also occasionally scraping my cats on the ground.

So, I swapped to catless mids and changed my mid section to the Solo Mach-X shorty.

It is now basically perfect... similar sound volume as with the street race; however it is now more refined and clean.

It has more "old school muscle" sound to it with the muffler.

If you want to go cat less with Kooks long tubes, I highly recommend you try the Mach-X or Mach-X shorty systems. They sound great, are not raspy and aren't excessively loud.
 

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I was running Kooks long tubes w/ green cats and the Solo Street Race Exhaust.

I really liked it a lot; however it was very raw and almost to loud.

I was also occasionally scraping my cats on the ground.

So, I swapped to catless mids and changed my mid section to the Solo Mach-X shorty.

It is now basically perfect... similar sound volume as with the street race; however it is now more refined and clean.

It has more "old school muscle" sound to it with the muffler.

If you want to go cat less with Kooks long tubes, I highly recommend you try the Mach-X or Mach-X shorty systems. They sound great, are not raspy and aren't excessively loud.
Any vids of the exhaust in action?
 

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