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What exhaust should I use

So my turbo build is almost done. I don't wanna get to far into it but it's been a absolute disaster.

I want a loud car but the open down pipe I think is to loud.
My build is a sbf stroker on3 70mm makes around 600-650 aftermarket block on e85
I am out of money. Btw. What options do I have?

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From my experience, I dump both my turbos straight down, really a mild sound until above 3500 rpm. Turbos tone down exhaust quite a bit.

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even with the turbos in the way, a decent breathing engine will be pretty loud. Are you wanting to run a full length exhaust OP? If so I'd probably just get Dynomax Bullets and go all the way to tailpipes, fully open throughout so you minimize hp losses.
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still gonna be decently loud but not as much inside the cabin.
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Kinda thinking about throwing on a straight through muffler and dumping it. I am ready to get into a coyote prolly going to sell this car
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even with the turbos in the way, a decent breathing engine will be pretty loud. Are you wanting to run a full length exhaust OP? If so I'd probably just get Dynomax Bullets and go all the way to tailpipes, fully open throughout so you minimize hp losses.
I am thinking about running no mufflers out the back. That are putting a single muffler and dumping it
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I'd do no mufflers, 3" all the way to the back rather than dumping. I'm not a fan of dumping under the car
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I'm going to run electric cutouts so when I want it loud I can just open them up.
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