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I'm looking at some cat-back systems for my 2014 FG XR6 but am a bit confused with what I should do. I have seen catbacks such as the DEA system https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ydw7G1qnS9A but have heard that it is not very good quality. I dont know if I should go with something like the DEA or get one custom made. If anyone knows anything about the DEA exhaust or how to get an exhaust custom made I would love to hear about it. I'm purely going for sound as it's currently too quiet for me. Any help is appreciated.

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Maybe 8yrs ago when I last did my exhaust including dump and cat I went custom. Was about $300-400 more than an X-Force system at the time. I went custom with some specialised mufflers as its virtually as quiet as stock when pottering around, still makes nice sounds when nailing it, and is not a restriction circa 500rwkw. At the time I was also going for the stealth look and it has a stock lool-a-like tip.

 

If your just after noise and power any cheap option will do. They often come up second hand as well.

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he's talking about an N/A car :) just get an x-force cat-back if you want noise and shiny.

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it's the mufflers on an N/A that make it either sound reasonable or shocking depending on your taste for sound and specifics of the airflow... there's only mufflers in the cat-back section, so you don't need a high-flow cat to make it sound reasonable.

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Ah, N/A....dont spend much then, particularly if you want noise.

Dont think I have seen many xr6 N/A with an exhaust. I see lots of SV6's and they sound terrible and are real slow.

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