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      10-31-2012, 05:59 PM   #23
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Sorry, last question (for now!)...if these are the Race versions, bear in mind that I have a roadster, do you think I will find these too loud with top down on the highway? That's kind what is scaring me away from the RPIs.
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Sorry, last question (for now!)...if these are the Race versions, bear in mind that I have a roadster, do you think I will find these too loud with top down on the highway? That's kind what is scaring me away from the RPIs.
Nope - Just like fine Violins
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Sorry, last question (for now!)...if these are the Race versions, bear in mind that I have a roadster, do you think I will find these too loud with top down on the highway? That's kind what is scaring me away from the RPIs.
Roadster is actually better than a coupe for interior loudness.
The coupe tends to reverberate more.
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Thanks Caddyshk. Now I just have to convince the guy. I was hoping he wold meet me in Allentown, PA when I am driving the car home but he doesn't have time to make the 200 mile round trip. Trying to find something else that works.
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Thanks Caddyshk. Now I just have to convince the guy. I was hoping he wold meet me in Allentown, PA when I am driving the car home but he doesn't have time to make the 200 mile round trip. Trying to find something else that works.
Even with shipping to Western NY its a great deal!
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Roadster is actually better than a coupe for interior loudness.
The coupe tends to reverberate more.
Yes it does!

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It's easy to add the x-pipe later, but this combo offer is a great deal, and I don't think the seller wants to split up the offer. Cans alone will not provide the same experience (those pops/burbles) as with the x-pipe. I'd say there's a 90% chance you're going to want the x-pipe later anyway.

Stromung is a nice option, good sound, little to no drone, deep, but cans are heavy. Supersprint is a bit lighter. Can't go wrong with either.
Those Supersprint Race cans alone does provide some pops/burbles and agreed that they are quite a bit lighter than OE (I believed it was about 12 lbs vs 21 lbs). They do sound awesome, but was a bit too loud for me when I had them on for only about a week (I must be a wimp ). At certain RPMs, the center tunnel would vibrate somewhat. I felt too self conscious when I had them on during that short period of time since I got lots of stares (good or bad) from bystander whenever I'm on the throttle. I think I like being somewhat stealth when I need to speed
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      11-01-2012, 04:10 PM   #31
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OK, I knew it wouldn't be my last question...

Just trying to figure out the best way to get the items back to Canada. I think I have it mostly figured out except for one thing...

The X Pipe won't fit in the car on the way home, especially if my son joins me. I am also thinking about bringing it all back with me this weekend when I fly home. I know I will have to pay for baggage so ignore that part. The question here is, can the X pipe "halves" be separated either easily or by cutting some kind of bracket that joins them (which I would have to reweld later). If I can do that, I can stack the two pipes and wrap them so that the dimensions are small enough to be checked on a flight.

Thoughts?
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      11-01-2012, 05:11 PM   #32
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JM2C, but I'd find a different solution than cutting it.

....what about hanging it out of the trunk & tie the lid down?
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