I'm running the full Dynomax cat back system through a set of Pacestter heads and Magnaflow high flow cat. I like it, it's not to loud and has a nice tone now that the headers and cat are on. Just waiting to rip it off while wheeling to put a Magnaflow on there.
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Although it's a little different application, I have a full DynoMax Cat Back system, w/stainless pipes from the manifolds back on my '78 Silver Anniversary Corvette, and I totaly love it! Gives the car a deep throaty sound that I get lot's of compliments on. My HP (or at least the seat of the pants acceleration factor) went way up when I added the DynoMax super Turbo Mufflers, and went even higher when I installed a high flow catalytic converter. I probably gained 30 HP by replacing the restrictive stock system.
Very quiet on the freeway.
Plus, I also get the added ablility to set off peoples car alarms in a parking garage, while just idling around. The resonant frequency seems to be perfect for remote activation of motion sensor alarms.
I didnt like the dynomax, after a few months my exit tube broke off from the muffler and rattled like crazy, i switched to magnaflow and it has a much better sound
$Cha-Ching$! The magnaflow cat back is pricey, but I'm not sure on the individual mufflers. What about the dynomax sound was not appealing? I personally am looking for a nice mellow growl at idle and low RPM's, and not too much louder than stock. The Dynomax, from all I have read, seems to fit this bill. And the price fits too.