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I like the sound of the SVE axleback exhaust but I saw one of the reviews said that he experienced drone between 1800 and 2000 RPM. Will I get the drone on my Shelby Gt 500? If it is going to have drone I will not purchase the system. Does the Kooks axleback have drone? Or is the only one without drone a Corsa?
Asked by David B. from Cincinnati | Comment 0 0
Yes you will have a drone at low RPMs. I have 2008 GT500 Convertible and with top down could not hear it but with top up it was very noticeable. I sold mine and bought the Roush system. I do not know anything about the Kooks axle back.
Answered by Arch H. from Mooringsport | Comment 0 0
The sve GT500 catback system would appear as the most bang for the buck. Foremost with me, don't want to lose horsepower just for sound. 1 buyer reported 17 rwhp gain. Are there any who would be able to substantiate this gain? Next, I have bbk longtube headers. Already have some drone in cabin. Worried a bit what total will be. Any users out there can give me information regarding sound levels with longtube headers? Again, this could be the deal, if no loss of horsepower and don't RAP or BLATT! Thanks Guys. Keep E'm Alive!!
Asked by Gregory M. from Bloomfield | Comment 0 0
You will not lose HP with any aftermarket exhaust. There is drone with this system. I sold mine and bought the Roush catback system. No drone and a great sound. Having said that, the sound is nice and mellow with the SVE axle back. the drone didn't bother me I just wanted a more aggressive sound.
Answered by Arch H. from Mooringsport | 2 Comments 0 0
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