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FX35 My exhaust system..

Discussion in 'FX (03-08) - Engine & Drivetrain' started by FX06, Feb 21, 2008.

  1. hey guys.. this my FX with my latest modification hope u like the sound but the RASP is really killing so im thinking of putting back the factory cat's. It may not be so obvious in the video.

    Please comment =D

    YouTube- FX35 exhaust system
     

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  2. jc'sfx

    jc'sfx Premium Member Premium

    IMO, it sounds a little "ricey" for me. Did you keep the factory exhaust and just removed the catalytic converter?
     
  3. OP
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    FX06

    FX06 Member

    no.. i have stillen headers and FOX catback (local shop in Abu Dhabi)
     
  4. Professional

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    It does sound a little ricey in the video. Of course our cars sound totally different under load, so you might want to video a flyby
     
  5. Keemo

    Keemo Premium Member Premium

    Sounds fast but a bit raspy.

    If you're running somthing like test pipes, why not try some high flow cats instead of the OEM ones. :)
     
  6. brown_fv

    brown_fv Premium Member Premium

    sounds really aggressive, i like it. i have ULTRA RASP past 3500rpm in the cold mornings when i turn on my car on a cold start. after the engine warms up everything is perfect.

    You could be experiencing the rasp because your test-pipes are not resonated, or it could be coming from the muffler section of your exhaust.

    btw, after watching the vid a few times it doesnt even sound like there is really any rasp at all...just very loud lol; unless there is some rasp under load.
     
    Last edited: Feb 21, 2008
  7. BIGTURK

    BIGTURK Premium Member Premium

    I agree, let's see a flyby :).