Sorry, vid clips like that are wholly inappropriate here. I'm certain someone will report it. In 5 or 6 years.
Seriously, you captured good oldschool brap there.
Very nice, wish you did some more higher revs. Sounds a little MORE throaty than mine even ! I think i see why, you exit at bumper i did after rear tire.
sound of mine is at very end
I went with Spin Tech Super Pro Street 9000 mufflers, 2.5" in/out, offset, stock catalytic converters, resonator deleted. At an idle you can barely hear it even with windows down, when you take off with a modest foot it has a very satisfying growl, when you punch it from 2-3 gear it roars and sounds incredible.Bob, what cat back system do you have?
Yes it was fun to manually down shift when i had muff delete. It popped and cracked like crazy like a hot rod with headers slowing down real fast in gear. Then i heard that not the smartest to do on stock tranny and i had over 200k at the time.
I made it to 300+ and reverse is leaving as we speak, so my car is in time-out til i get a tranny.
Did you notice a big change when you added the H pipe?I do a lot of shifting down coming to stops, and really open systems like yours sounds can react to hi-rev throttle back with krackling and popping that approaches backfiring. And just for reference the catbacks on both mine have no welds, but about 10 s.s. band clamps each. Makes changes pretty easy. I did have the H-pipe kit welded up once I got it installed as that eliminated 4 clamps!
Here is what a SpinTech sounds like at Cecil County.