I also think the bassani sounds the best too but i think its because it has 2 extra cylinders. I could be wrong actually i hope i am wrong and it is a 6cyl but i checked their website and the only model they have is for a 8cyl 5.3 so i dont think that clip is of a 6cyl. I am sure there is not much difference between the 6 and 8 cyl exhaust where its ran so it would technicly work but whos knows if anyone knows that trailvoy let us know I liked the sound it had.
Well when you click on the Bassani Link in the address bar it says 02trailblazer, and I don't believe the TB had an optional V8 for this year. Please correct me if I am wrong. If it truly sounds like that with an I-6, I just might be getting an exhaust system from Bassani for Xmas!!
Somebody on this board with a Bassani posted a video some time back, it sounds really sweet, but it was also VERY loud in the cab with lots of drone. I remember watching it and the only thing you could hear was the exhaust going down the street and that was with the video camera inside the truck. (Camera was pointed at the dash too).
Here's a better Borla clip, that I made one day on the way home last February. Engine is started 8 hours cold and involves mostly 25-40 mph speeds, including a couple of 'average' accelerations. http://www.mediafire.com/?bwtd2n2m2s9
If you want to look around for yourself I have the part numbers for the I6 catback. It looks like they changed the tip design. Mine has the long slash cut resonated tip and the new ones appear to just be short non-resonated slash cut tip.
i really like the sound of this TV with the flowmaster 40 but i always thought the 40 series was too loud . i wonder what the 50 series or the 50suv series would sound like with the same setup. he says its a single 3" inlet and 2.5" dual outlets. sounds good to me,
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