I need a help finding an exhaust shop.

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Does anyone have a recommendation for finding an exhaust shop that can make my car sound more deep? Would it be better to source an aftermarket exhaust? Located in the IE with a 2019 GT





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Figure out what's under there and go from there. Listen to audio clips, educate your ears. You determine what sound you want, be realistic, HP plays a big part. In other words you cannot make a VW sound like a top fuel car.

Just notice you live in a communist state . GFL even trying modify a pencil ..
 
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Figure out what's under there and go from there. Listen to audio clips, educate your ears. You determine what sound you want, be realistic, HP plays a big part. In other words you cannot make a VW sound like a top fuel car.

Just notice you live in a communist state . GFL even trying modify a pencil ..
Audio clips are just too varying in sound quality. At least on YouTube. Yea I understand a VW can’t, it’s actually why I’m posing the question because the rasp of the third gen coyote is a tough one to get around so I was hoping others would have some luck
 

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Papini's Garage in Temecula - they can advise and install
 

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I have a Thermal R&D 3" Catback and love it. Very deep, not too loud, no drone. Very old school tone IMO.
 

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I have a Thermal R&D 3" Catback and love it. Very deep, not too loud, no drone. Very old school tone IMO.
Same and no rasp. I love that the Thermal R&D is quiet at low RPM.
 

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Same and no rasp. I love that the Thermal R&D is quiet at low RPM.
I recently bought a set of Long Tubes I plan to install in the next couple weeks. Im interested to see how it sounds in that configuration.
 

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I recently bought a set of Long Tubes I plan to install in the next couple weeks. Im interested to see how it sounds in that configuration.
Since we are close, I would like to hear your car after you do it. Headers are on my long term.
 

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I have a Thermal R&D 3" Catback and love it. Very deep, not too loud, no drone. Very old school tone IMO.
I just heard it on a gen 3 coyote and at this price...I’m gonna pull the trigger. Let us know how it sounds with headers and if y’all have any header recommendations as well.
 

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