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Re: More questions on Exhausts (archive)

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Posted by TechnoViolent on May 15, 2001 at 16:57:44:

In Reply to: More questions on Exhausts posted by Jim M3 on May 15, 2001 at 16:49:20:

You can't ask the guys who are tryin' to sell you product. They are obviously biased and have an interest in telling you that what they sell is the best. UUC is loud as shit, for the first 500-1000 miles. Then it gets nice and mellow. I almost sold mine due to loudness when I first got it, but then fell in love with the broken-in sound of it after 1000k miles. Anyone who has owned a UUC will tell you the same thing. Unlike the others, it gets mellower as it breaks-in.


Ok, I am getting confused. I have spoken to the people at Turner Motorsports, UUC and AA. Of course they all have different opinions but Turner insists that the Borla is the exhaust to buy. UUC says since I have the Conforti intake the sound of thee UUC won't be too loud. AA says UUC is too loud and that their product is the best sound for the car. Turner also says UUC is too loud. Turner suggested the UUC is amongst the loudest. I am confused





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