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ARH Pure Thunder Catback

Anyone have the American Racing Header Pure Thunder Catback? Only seen a few clips of it online but i still don't have a idea how it really sounds. Does it sound similar to any other Catbacks like Borla, Corsa, SLP, Flowmaster, Jba, Magnaflow, etc? Or does it have it's own unique sound? Also is it a straight thru system or chambered?

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I am running their catback and love it.  Quieter than most with a deep rumble.  Cruising at 60, you know it is there but it is not obtrusive at all.  When you et on it, it gets a bit loud but again not like most.  It turned out to be exactly what I was looking for.

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5 hours ago, BuckeyeGuy said:

I am running their catback and love it.  Quieter than most with a deep rumble.  Cruising at 60, you know it is there but it is not obtrusive at all.  When you et on it, it gets a bit loud but again not like most.  It turned out to be exactly what I was looking for.

Thanks for replying! How does it compare to Billy Boat Catback? I'm torn better those two even though the Arh catback is a few hundred more

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I really cant say as I have no experience with the Billy Boat., but I can say the fit and quality is excellent.  It might be a tad quieter cruising than the Billy Boat from what I have neen told

 

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