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Aero 2525XL vs Stock

Discussion in 'Performance and Tuning' started by BassMaster06, Jun 17, 2011.

  1. Jun 17, 2011 at 10:28 PM
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    BassMaster06

    BassMaster06 [OP] VA ○ ES ○ SC

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    For those out there that have the Aero Turbine 2525XL, how does the sound from this muffler compare to the stock exhaust/muffler set up? I have researched these mufflers for the past few weeks, and I think I like the idea of the resonated version, but I want to be able to hear SOMETHING and have it sound at least a little bit louder than stock. I'm just worried that its not gonna sound much different from the stock setup I have now. The 2525 videos sound good but I'm hoping the 2525XL is a little less loud and raspy, but still sounds deep and better than stock. Anybody have any experience or insight with this, and/or might be able to describe the loudness/deepness/tone compared to the stock setup on a 4.0L? I appreciate the input!
     
  2. Jun 17, 2011 at 10:39 PM
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    It is much louder than stock but in a good way:). I only hear the rasp at exactly 1500 rpm which goes away very quickly. Keep your stock muffler just in case.
     
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