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What exhaust are you guys running?

I have been tinkering with the exhaust on my 90 s2 cab and I'm now in the market for a new muffler. I did have a flowmaster 40 series muffler which sounded nice. I'm curious if any of you have used the suppertrapp mufflers?I've also considered magnaflow, and borla. Opinions?
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I cut out my cat and put in a straight pipe to the can, not street legal, but sounds soooo nice. I have previously had a Magnaflow but it was a bit to loud
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i love my hooker maxflow muffler on my 951, sounds great but recommended for lower compression engines...atleast its what it says. got it from jegs.com
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Magnaflow 2.5 inch stainless can, Magnaflow hi-flo cat...snarly/raspy sound

Borla would be sweet...but $$$$
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B&B stainless. No cat. Turbo grumbles nicely at idle up to a semi-shriek at RL.
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Stock cat and muffler with several dents in the down pipe before the cat. It was an accident, but the seat of the pants tells me restriction helps this 944.
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3" pipe, no cat, Magnaflow muffler and tip on 924S autocross car. Loud, responsive and fast!

3" pipe, high-flow cat, Magnaflow muffler and tip on 951 DD. Smooth, deep sound and feels a bit more punchy. Working on the wastegate right now so I'll know better this weekend.
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3" Speedforce racing w/ cat delete and a Tial 38mm WG. LOVE IT!!!
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intact cat but surgically enhanced stock muffler.

Muffler was cut open from the top, gutted, straight pipe welded in and sealed back up.

Gives a stock look but open exhaust.

Speedy
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On my 951 I run a 3" lindsey exhaust, no cat, with a edlebrock rpm muffler (I don't think the make this muffler anymore). As long as I stay off the gas it isn't too loud. On over run it crackles. Very nice.
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On my 84, I run MSDS headers cat delete and a glasspack. If you like rasp, this is the setup. Its actually too damn loud so I run a huge stereo,lol. No wonder I'm going deaf...
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Original exhaust system. Gotta love stainless steel.
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