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post #1 of 25 (permalink) Old 04-01-2016, 08:19 PM Thread Starter
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cat back exhaust options

i have some funds saved and i'm looking to order a new catback exhaust, although the only ones I've been able to find are the magnaflow, Fujitsubo, AEM, and the discontinued black label fabrication.

Is there any exhaust that anyone can recommend?
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I have the HKS hi power silent cat back. I like it a lot and the install was simple. It's quieter than I expected but definitely a nicer tone than stock.
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I have the BLF and enjoy that one a lot. I don't have any good videos of how it sounds. Maybe someone else does?
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I have the BLF and enjoy that one a lot. I don't have any good videos of how it sounds. Maybe someone else does?
the best one i found is this:

the blf is the sound i wanted, but I cant find anywhere that has someone selling one

the magnaflow seems a little sketchy as there isnt a dyno chart or any videos, that i can find, on its sound.
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T1r, J's Racing, HKS Silent pro
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My thoughts exactly. I agree with zeber that's the best setup.
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I've had both the black label fab one and the HKS silent hi power.

The blf one was good and sounded great but I had a rattling issue with it.

The HKS is high quality for s great price and the sound is great. Also, no rattling issue.

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I've had both the black label fab one and the HKS silent hi power.

The blf one was good and sounded great but I had a rattling issue with it.

The HKS is high quality for s great price and the sound is great. Also, no rattling issue.
Do you know where the rattling was coming from? Was it in the actual exhaust or on the way it fit on the oem mounts?



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It's the exhaust, the blf doesn't come with the exhaust mount welded on for the mount located over the cross member so it hits it and rattles.

Also for the money the HKS is great. $450 for quality cat back.
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Do you have any sound clips of this?
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