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Old 07-08-2006, 12:17 AM   #11
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Think Harley and add 10dB
I really love that about the GT6... If only electric motors made noise like that...

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I remember running my 500 Morini with no header pipes (V twin) all you heard was crack crack crack and blue flame popping out of the head at idle - was really cool. Then I ran the BMW 1000cc boxer with just the header pipes OH MY G O D you don't want to do that. The Geo sounds pretty cool at certain speeds and really nice without the resonator just after the cat - gives it a little throaty snarl.

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I won't be running ODP.

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