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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-23-2016, 03:50 PM Thread Starter
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Wanting The Very Best Exhaust Setup! Ideas?

Hey guys, got a cobalt a few days and am really wanting it to have a very deep and noticing sound but without the ricey sound also. What is your guys opinion on the best exhaust setup that will be deep and loud sounding without being "ricey"?? Let me know so I can start this project! Thanks guys
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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-24-2016, 06:47 AM
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ZZP has some good setups, id go with something thats built for a turbo SS model, they have a nice throaty grumble to them.

2.5 inch Stainless Cobalt Catback Exhaust

^-- this is a good option for your car and it will be good for later down the road if you want to add HP
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Well, I think most of the guys here will suggest getting the GMPP catback for the absolute best sound. I ended up going with a full ZZP exhaust, and I love the sound it makes. So I'm with Maple_Man on that suggestion. I also got the ZZP Midlength Header & downpipe.


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GMPP if you want the best sound. If budget comes into play than it may not be what you want. I've never had any regrets about my gmpp exhaust and bow tie tip

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