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Old 03-30-2010, 12:02 PM   #51
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At 2:39 yall started removing the factory exhaust from the vehicle and you can clearly see it had that suitcase type resonator in the center like the L99 but in the video's you were shifting a manual.

why is this were 2 different cars used ?
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Old 03-30-2010, 12:19 PM   #52
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At 2:39 yall started removing the factory exhaust from the vehicle and you can clearly see it had that suitcase type resonator in the center like the L99 but in the video's you were shifting a manual.

why is this were 2 different cars used ?

We were looking for an LS3 to use for the video. A member here pmed me and said he had an LS3. Turned out that when he dropped the car off it was an L99. Our team was here with all of the equipment to start the video while we were making a mad scramble to find a local LS3. They started shooting the disassembly and installation on the L99 while waiting for the LS3. Sorry for any confusion.
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Old 03-30-2010, 12:56 PM   #53
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oh thats fine lol I was just wondering how and the heck you were shifting a L99 like a stick

Sorry im a detail person its what I do on a daily basis lol
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Old 03-30-2010, 01:32 PM   #54
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At 2:39 yall started removing the factory exhaust from the vehicle and you can clearly see it had that suitcase type resonator in the center like the L99 but in the video's you were shifting a manual.

why is this were 2 different cars used ?
Good eyes All the sound recordings were done with the manual. We have many Camaros in here at any given time and the camera guys just started shooting everything that was going on in the shop. We have an automatic here that happens to be the same color. Sorry for the confusion and good catch.
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Old 03-30-2010, 01:52 PM   #55
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hey david and chris will y'all be doing more videos of the camaro?
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not necessarily complaining, moreso just curiosity...is it better etc??
but why's the ATAK so much more for the Camaro as opposed to the '10 Mustang's ATAK system?
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Old 03-30-2010, 03:32 PM   #57
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Sounds real nice!
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Old 03-30-2010, 04:14 PM   #58
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not necessarily complaining, moreso just curiosity...is it better etc??
but why's the ATAK so much more for the Camaro as opposed to the '10 Mustang's ATAK system?

The Camaro ATAK system includes an X-pipe, four additional clamps and two additional pipes.

Cheers!
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Old 03-30-2010, 05:03 PM   #59
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The Camaro ATAK system includes an X-pipe, four additional clamps and two additional pipes.

Cheers!
Will you do a axle back?
Already have the S-type catback..
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Will you do a axle back?
Already have the S-type catback..

Axel-back/rear section will be released in the next few days.

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^^ Very tempted.
Will they mate up exactly to the S-type catback?
Pretty much just a muffler swap
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We have a 3" system that will also be released this week but the increased diameter of the pipes created an entirely different sound and required different mufflers. This system is only recommended for those who are pushing significantly more air than stock.
Awesome, is the 3 inch system called ATAK?
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Old 03-30-2010, 07:59 PM   #63
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The Camaro ATAK system includes an X-pipe, four additional clamps and two additional pipes.

Cheers!
Thanks!

now the follow up- GFX compatible?
or planning one without tips?
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Old 03-30-2010, 08:06 PM   #64
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Here's a video we put together to show the differences between the 3 exhaust options Borla offers for the SS. They all perform equally but sound much different from one another. Hope you enjoy it.

That is one of the Best product video's I have seen!!!

The ATAK makes it sound like a completely different car!!!

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^^ Very tempted.
Will they mate up exactly to the S-type catback?
Pretty much just a muffler swap
+1

I have the S type catback too and would definitely get the ATAK mufflers if it's an easy swap.

Question for the Borla guys...is there anything different about the ATAK system from the S type system other then the mufflers? Or is the piping/xpipe also different?
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dammit..i was set on the S type, now i don't know if i want that or the ATAK.

i would like to tune my AFM off, but i don't really want to mess with anything that will void the warranty..though i could buy a diablo tuner or something similar and when i take it in for any service, tune it back on.

i have 2 questions though. didn't see them asked yet.

in the video you say you tune the exhaust to each car, meaning individual car or model car? and the second question. if you tune it to each individual car, will getting other mods (i.e. cold air) after getting this exhaust change the tone of it requiring it to be retuned?
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dammit..i was set on the S type, now i don't know if i want that or the ATAK.

i would like to tune my AFM off, but i don't really want to mess with anything that will void the warranty..though i could buy a diablo tuner or something similar and when i take it in for any service, tune it back on.

i have 2 questions though. didn't see them asked yet.

in the video you say you tune the exhaust to each car, meaning individual car or model car? and the second question. if you tune it to each individual car, will getting other mods (i.e. cold air) after getting this exhaust change the tone of it requiring it to be retuned?
I think they were talking about tuning the sound...not the power. And they are talking about model car ie 2010 Camaro. Additional mods will change the sound slightly. I've got a supercharger and the extra air going through the engine definitely changes the exhaust note. I've heard cars with my exact same exhaust setup, but without the supercharger and you can tell there's definitely a difference in the exhaust note.
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that was a very awesome and thorough video! i wonder what headers would do to that ATAK system? muhahaha!
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I think they were talking about tuning the sound...not the power. And they are talking about model car ie 2010 Camaro. Additional mods will change the sound slightly. I've got a supercharger and the extra air going through the engine definitely changes the exhaust note. I've heard cars with my exact same exhaust setup, but without the supercharger and you can tell there's definitely a difference in the exhaust note.
right, i knew they meant the tuning the sound and not the power...did i type something stupid up there? i'll have to go back and check..it's been a long 2 days for me with work...lol
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Axel-back/rear section will be released in the next few days.

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Awesome.

Any news on what the retail cost will be? If it's not much more then the S type and depending on how it sounds with LT headers I may get it instead.
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i wonder what headers would do to that ATAK system? muhahaha!
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I like all three, but if i was to have something for my daily driver, i would get the touring system.
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I like all three, but if i was to have something for my daily driver, i would get the touring system.
The Touring isn't that much louder than stock.

I just installed the S-Type. Mine is my daily driver too. It's not too loud for driving. It sounds AMAZING!!!

I love it! Wouldn't trade it for any other exhaust!
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The Touring isn't that much louder than stock.

I just installed the S-Type. Mine is my daily driver too. It's not too loud for driving. It sounds AMAZING!!!

I love it! Wouldn't trade it for any other exhaust!
Do you have LT headers on your car? I'm afraid the S-type would be too loud with headers.
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