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Old 10-22-2009, 06:48 PM
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Yes indeed it will make it louder. as a matter of fact, besides the catalytic converter and resonator, the only difference on a cat-back exhaust system is a muffler. Some systems have a resonator, but not all.

Ontop of being louder, your car will have a completely different tone. Usually for the better.

And it is MUCH cheaper.
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