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      06-16-2010, 11:09 AM   #7
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They all do that. It's because of the thin headers. Or simply headers. Most other cars have a big a$$ exhaust manifold that's way quieter than headers. If it was a leak it'd make a loud racket. This particular noise is pretty obvious when just starting the engine, and when putting a load on the engine and driving by a wall, barrier, etc. Sounds cool, actually .
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