Summit Cat-Back Exhaust


#1

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Does anyone have any pros or cons about this product in the link above? Id like to give my pickup a growl and I’m hoping this is what I’m looking for. Any input would be great. Thanks in advance!


#2

I’m strictly wild guessing here, but I’m pretty sure a setup like this is what someone I know used a few years back on a vehicle of theirs.

It seems to me the vehicle had more than a growl to it; more like a deep rumble. It sounded decent at idle, but from off-idle to low highway speeds under a load it was a bit noisy for my tastes. At a 65 MPH cruise it was not too bad at all.

It may vary by vehicle application though and again, my memory is hazy on this, but I think this one particular vehicle had gutted converters so that would add a bit of noise to the exhaust note.


#3

I bought a Pacesetter after market exhaust for my Honda about 4 years ago, from the cat back to a chrome tip. The steel is a lot thicker than the original Honda stuff and has lasted a long time (here in salty PA). It sounds OK, easy install, good price . . as I remember about $150 for the whole show, . . . . best of all is that it lasted a long time (so far, like I said 4 years last Spring). I hate exhaust work and don’t like to bust knuckles


#4

if its a v-8 then save your money and cut off your muffler or cat


#5

dont let it get obnoxious though, to make it quieter, add some curves in your exhaust, ONLY if it is too loud definitely not recommended.


#6

I would rather not do that honestly. I would rather do it right the first time so I dont cause any trouble and draw attention to myself. And come inspection time I dont want to have to worry about it. Thanks for the suggestion though. I did do this to my 94 Chevy 4X2 though. It sounded pretty good =P