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      01-14-2012, 01:49 AM   #1
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Pick the order: what's louder/ what drones less?

EDIT: im talking about axle back only

So which of these is loudest?
1. Meisterschaft gts
2. Rpi gtm
3. Gintani sport
4. Gintani race

Also, out of the same four, which drones the most.

Also, if you guys could possibly comment on wheher one is more exotic, aggressiveness, deeper.

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Rpi gtm is the loudest I would say. The meisterscgaft paired with a xpipe will be ear bleeding. Gintani race catless is probably the greatest sounding
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I can't really talk on the others, but I have the Meisterschaft with their x pipe and it is just stupid loud. When I did the install I took off just about all of the stock exhaust and started the engine for kicks. When I put the new full exhaust on there wasn't much difference from no exhaust on at all haha. It's just full on loud....
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Just wanted for up and mention this is axle back only. This might also be a stupid question... But is a slip on the same as an axle back?
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Just wanted to clarify this is for axle back only* damn iPhone autocorrect
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Just want an axle back or slip on( what's the difference?)
I don't want to have to run a tune or a delete
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