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Anything better than a Flowmaster?

I've been looking into an exhaust system for my 06 GTO. One of my friends said that I should go with a flowmaster system along with an X pipe. I have no idea what is best sounding on the goats. Anyone have advice or opinions?
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I'm running jba shorties with an slp loudmouth exhaust with a x pipe on my 04 gto. It's not too loud when driving normal but loud as hell when getting on it.


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I'm running jba shorties with an slp loudmouth exhaust with a x pipe on my 04 gto. It's not too loud when driving normal but loud as hell when getting on it.


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Check YouTube. Buy anything but SLP.

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Just about everything. . .
I agree with svede on the answer to the title of the thread.

Do yourself a favor and just get a good catback instead of piecing one together. Start your shopping on youtube. You can pretty much find every set up they make for our car. I personally love spintech.
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Just about everything. . .
thud, thud thud, that is "Flowmaster". Just about anything has better dyno numbers. Somebody should sue them for using that name, hardly a 'flowmaster' IMO. I have Flow tech, Terminaters on my 64. They sound tough and perform well. I did have magnaflow on my 04 but had to go muffler delete when I added the 1000hp one piece driveshaft. The magnaflows were awesome, quiet when needed and loud when wanted!

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Ibwas thinking about picking up a pair of American headers for 750 is that a good deal I have a 04 gto wit stock headers manifolds wit a cat back exhaust
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