Ive heard people say that Borla's make the engine sound like a Porsche, so if you can imagine what a 911 sounds like, that might give you a good idea. But this is just word of mouth, never actually heard one.
Originally posted by Deloriant@Jul 31 2004, 06:06 PM UUC is definetely not very loud, and it's pretty throaty at the same. I've never heard a Borla though so I couldn't say.
exactly how loud is the UUC, I'm interested in getting one soon and since you mentinoed it not being very loud, I don't want something thats just as loud as stock. Is there a place that has recordings of exhaust sounds?
Check out UUC's site..I think they have some soundclips. However, I wouldn't rely too heavily on soundclips posted online...it all depends how close the recorder is to the exhaust, how loud they set it up for the site...it's very unreliable.
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yo buddy...I think its Jllphan that has a Borla exhaust...he loves it...wait for him or PM him to find out. I've heard both systems sound great. Supersprint and Scorpion are good exhausts too...
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