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Cool GT TAKE-OFFS???

will gt exhaust take-offs do anything for performance?? will i gain any horespower and does it sound nice?? also i've heard something about backpressure problems and loss of torque with gt take offs, is that true?


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Performance wise you should see a small gain. I noticed a little more oomph up top. I think it still sounds good with the stock GT mufflers. Much better than the stock v6 exhaust.

Backpressure problems are no issue. Also, there is no loss of torque, rather peak torque merely moves up a little in the rpm band. So it "feels" like you've lost a little torque down low, but not much. Well worth it overall IMO


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Performance wise you should see a small gain. I noticed a little more oomph up top. I think it still sounds good with the stock GT mufflers. Much better than the stock v6 exhaust.

Backpressure problems are no issue. Also, there is no loss of torque, rather peak torque merely moves up a little in the rpm band. So it "feels" like you've lost a little torque down low, but not much. Well worth it overall IMO
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