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Old 01-10-2012, 02:40 PM   #1
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GMPP, onroad vs offroad axleback

Actually I have the on road version of the GMPP axleback. I'm thinking now about changing to the off road version.
Now how much louder will the off road be and are they exchangeable viceversa?
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Old 01-10-2012, 06:07 PM   #2
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Take a look on YouTube, just type in GMPP Camaro exhaust. You have to look through the list and pick out the ones that have the exhaust listed in the discription. But I've looked at them and I can tell you that the Offroad axle back is quite a bit louder but still sounds great, its not an annoying loud what so ever.
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I think the difference is that the off-road does not have mufflers so it is MUCH louder.
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Actually I have the on road version of the GMPP axleback. I'm thinking now about changing to the off road version.
Now how much louder will the off road be and are they exchangeable viceversa?
Louder but not much louder if the rest of the exhaust is stock.

They are made by Borla and the two exhausts that is comparable would be the Borla Touring and the Borla S. I'm not sure if there are many good videos showing the difference between the GMPP's but there are a few showing the difference between Borla's so that would give you something to look for as well to give you an idea.
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There's about 4 videos that will come up on YouTube. They aren't the highest quality videos but enough to show you a good difference between the 2
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