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I have a Boesch Built cat-back center exhaust that I'm selling. I loved the sound but had to remove it when I added a turbo. The exhaust originally came with a Magnaflow muffler that ended up being too loud for me. I took it to a local muffler shop and they swapped in a turbo muffler that was quieter and sounded much better. The combination of a free flow intake and this exhaust really made the car more responsive, plus it was cool to hear the throttle blips as the computer did its rev matching on downshifts.

This exhaust features a split oval tip coming out in the center. You will need to make a cutout in the lower valance panel, but it isn't hard to do. You should also be able to find some edging trim at an auto parts store to cover the rough edge.

The exhaust was $400 new; I'm asking $250 + shipping from Oregon.

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Peter
 

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How’s the condition of the flex pipe? I miss my Genius Exhaust so much. I mainly got rid of it because the flex pipe rotted to nothing and my girlfriend (now ex girlfriend) hated the noise.

Second question is how is the drone with the new muffler? The old Magnaflow had tons of drone even new. A Genius Exhaust with less drone would be the best thing in the world for me. :D
 

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How’s the condition of the flex pipe?
It seems to be in good shape, and I've attached a closeup.

Second question is how is the drone with the new muffler? The old Magnaflow had tons of drone even new. A Genius Exhaust with less drone would be the best thing in the world for me.
The turbo muffler not only reduced the noise level, but also significantly improved the noise quality, giving the car a nice throaty note without the harshness of the Magnaflow.
 

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