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Old 08-30-2011, 12:28 AM   #1
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Solo J-Pipes with MRT V2

Is it possible to install these on the stock pipes with the MRT V2 axle-back?
If so, would it eliminate the drone at 80-82 mph? (@2000-2200 RPM)?

There is hardly any drone in city at 65-70 mph, but the drone on the highway is insane at 82 mph.
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Old 08-30-2011, 12:32 AM   #2
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Is it possible to install these on the stock pipes with the MRT V2 axle-back?
If so, would it eliminate the drone at 80-82 mph? (@2000-2200 RPM)?

There is hardly any drone in city at 65-70 mph, but the drone on the highway is insane at 82 mph.
A good muffler shop should have no problems setting this up for you.
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Yep them J-pipes are the real deal. I'd call SOLO and talk to them about your exhaust. It may be a little tight back there with your V2 mufflers and the J-pipes.
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Old 08-30-2011, 04:42 AM   #4
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I guess that this is a Camaro V6 habit anyway. The 1500-2000 RPM is drone and we all agreed on the dead spot concept where the throttle response becomes really low here.

I have the Magna Flow Catback with the best resonator in the market and yet I hear it and feel it too!

Im just waiting for the Vmax TB, so I can at least not feel it !!
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Old 08-30-2011, 11:01 AM   #5
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This is what I mean.
I think if you had the V1's you would have very little difficulty as they are similar in size to the SOLO resonators. The V2's are much bigger so getting them to fit would be a bigger challenge. Like I said call SOLO and talk to them. They have fabulous support.

So you V1 ppl who are loving your exhaust sound but not your drone, this mod is for you.
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Old 09-03-2011, 02:58 PM   #6
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Sent Solo an email about this possible mod. The drone is really bad at high speeds. I would put the stock ones back on, but then I picture those massive garbage boxes in my mind and decide not to.

I would recommend anyone who does a lot of highway driving (without listening to music) to NOT get these, and go for the SOLO catback which apparently has no drone.
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Old 09-03-2011, 03:22 PM   #7
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Sent Solo an email about this possible mod. The drone is really bad at high speeds. I would put the stock ones back on, but then I picture those massive garbage boxes in my mind and decide not to.

I would recommend anyone who does a lot of highway driving (without listening to music) to NOT get these, and go for the SOLO catback which apparently has no drone.
I agree. Had to get rid of my MRT2.0. TOOOOOOOO much drone.
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Old 09-03-2011, 04:26 PM   #8
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I agree. Had to get rid of my MRT2.0. TOOOOOOOO much drone.
I just chose to stay with the lesser evil - the MRT V2

I can only hope now that the drone somehow magically dissapears
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Old 09-03-2011, 05:41 PM   #9
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GO Solo ! You won't get the drone !
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Darkone, let me know how SOLO responds to your email. I too have contacted solo about their J-pipes and I'm curious to see what they tell you.

What confuses me, is that they have to be so long. Guys with the SS are running much shorter J pipes with great results, and my understanding of J-pipe technology is that the lower in the RPM range your drone is, the longer the J-pipes need to be. Well, most SS drone ive read about is in the 1,800 range, and many of them are going with 28" J pipes, but these on the V6 are wayyyy longer.
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or just get corsa and don't worry about any of this crap.
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lol Poorman your right...Corsa is very nice, but I don't have half that amount of money stuck in my custom magnaflow exhaust, and currently it is very little drone.

In my case, I'm only learning more about the J pipes now because eventually I'm either going to open up my exhaust a bit more for more volume, or add LTs and so if I get more drone I want to find a good way to kill it.
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or just get corsa and don't worry about any of this crap.
I may have been able to afford this setup eventually, but then the shipping costs to my country for something so big and heavy would render my wallet paperless. Not a pretty sight that.
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Solo's MACH X LLT with J PIPES and droneless because of their engeneering. The J PIPES ars long and it's because like a trombone, it has to have all the lenght to do the job.

IMO I don't think you can fit the J PIPES if you have anykind of mufflers.

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With all I have in my sig I get very little drone at 65-75 or 80 mph. Just is a slight MRT growl from out back.
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Solo's MACH X LLT with J PIPES and droneless because of their engeneering. The J PIPES ars long and it's because like a trombone, it has to have all the lenght to do the job.

IMO I don't think you can fit the J PIPES if you have anykind of mufflers.

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I don't think the "J" pipes need to be "J" shaped to do the same job. I think the length is the key ingredient.
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I don't think the "J" pipes need to be "J" shaped to do the same job. I think the length is the key ingredient.
You are correct sir.
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You are correct sir.
So having mufflers would not stop you from having so called "J" pipes.
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So having mufflers would not stop you from having so called "J" pipes.
They might resemble a different letter than "J" Ha ha.

Poorman I hear ya on this one. However, I do not know how the Corsa does with LT's. Both Corsa and ARK sound fab and are engineered to not have drone IF you're just coming out of the stock headers and cats. Had this been my plan I would have probably went with ARK, though the Corsa's sound very good and look pretty slick as well.

Unfortunately (or fortunately) my plans included LT's. I just couldn't see myself pulling the trigger on an 1100.00-1400.00 cat back and then two months afterwards going nuts over the drone and having to either put my stock headers and cats back on, sell my catback and start over or just live with it.

SOLO seemed like the safe bet for what I'm trying to accomplish. So far, so good. Nobody sees those goofy looking j-pipes and those massive tips mean business.
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GO Solo ! You won't get the drone !
Those tipes look so much better coming out of the SS diffuser. The larger exhaust openings and bigger fatter strakes are better proportioned with SOLO's 4 1/2" tips. They're fairly easy to come by. Just loiter around your local Chevy dealership when they're installing a GFX kit on an SS and ask them for the diffuser. Generally they just throw those away.
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So the J-pipes may fit, but they are too damn expensive for just 2 pipes. Checked out the Magnaflow resonated X-pipes which are less than half the price.

Anyone tried the resonated X-pipes with the MRT V2? Would they completely kill the exhaust sound apart from the drone?
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So the J-pipes may fit, but they are too damn expensive for just 2 pipes. Checked out the Magnaflow resonated X-pipes which are less than half the price.

Anyone tried the resonated X-pipes with the MRT V2? Would they completely kill the exhaust sound apart from the drone?

I did. I had it and the stockers till recently and took the stock resonators off. The combo of resonators does muffle the MRT growl abit and is a bit more quiet but when I took them off man does it sound good, a bit deeper and louder and reving sounds more clear and aggressive. The "drone" if you call it that wasnt any worse, maybe a bit better if thats possible, but I dont call it drone really, its more of the MRT growl and from out back not from inside the car but remember thats with well broken in mufflers. New it sounds like a hollow drum sound from the back seat so give it 2000 miles and should be alot better.

If you go resonated x pipe it is better then the stockers so they are not needed.The x pipe smoothens, deepens and gets rid of drone and rasp. Also makes more low to mid range torque according to Magnaflow as they have a header like scavanging affect, J pipes dont do that!
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I did. I had it and the stockers till recently and took the stock resonators off. The combo of resonators does muffle the MRT growl abit and is a bit more quiet but when I took them off man does it sound good, a bit deeper and louder and reving sounds more clear and aggressive. The "drone" if you call it that wasnt any worse, maybe a bit better if thats possible, but I dont call it drone really, its more of the MRT growl and from out back not from inside the car but remember thats with well broken in mufflers. New it sounds like a hollow drum sound from the back seat so give it 2000 miles and should be alot better.

If you go resonated x pipe it is better then the stockers so they are not needed.The x pipe smoothens, deepens and gets rid of drone and rasp. Also makes more low to mid range torque according to Magnaflow as they have a header like scavanging affect, J pipes dont do that!
So you're telling me that getting rid of the stock resonators and then adding the resonated X-pipes will make for a better deeper sound without the in-cabin drone? If so then I'm sold.

What if I just add the resonated X-pipes, without removing the stock resonators? The only other "sound mod" I have is roto-fab CAI if that makes any difference.
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So you're telling me that getting rid of the stock resonators and then adding the resonated X-pipes will make for a better deeper sound without the in-cabin drone? If so then I'm sold.

What if I just add the resonated X-pipes, without removing the stock resonators? The only other "sound mod" I have is roto-fab CAI if that makes any difference.
Yes, at least with my setup and I have the shorty headers which made it a bit louder along with the Injen when on it. I had the Magnaflow mufflers to start,all else in the sig and the drone was minimal, you'll get a bit with any exhaust though.The magi's were to muffled and quiet so came the MRTV2's and only a bit louder on the drone, but only a bit.Without the stock resonators the sound is deeper and more bass, the rumble louder and more clear and thats what I got in place of drone, I call it performance exhaust rumble from the pipes not a monotone hum sound.

Thing is here the Resonated x pipe does a better job of doing its job I think then the stock resonators and the two together is overkill as far as I can tell, at least it is if you did what I did.Now compared to the other way around, I cant as I never tested it that way. Best go to the exhaust sticky for mrt's, pick one, go to you tube and find Scrming's vid of him driving up and down his street in the snow, thats how it sounds only I'm a bit smoother and deeper in tone as he has the h pipe on and stock resonators. Also find his in cabin vid, also in the snow, with headers and mrt's.

And a disclaimer ,sound is in the ear of the beholder. I like mine alot and much more happy now then before.
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My .02:

MRT V2, don't worry about the X-pipe.
My exhaust sounded great with just the V2's and Injen long tube intake.

After I put LT headers I had to add the X-pipe because it was just too damn loud!
The X-pipe fixed the loud but it still sounded better with just the V2's.
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