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Old 08-19-2014, 09:31 PM
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Has anyone added fi RHFC to their GTHaus cat back?
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Yeah, it looked like he went back to stock cats from his last post, but I could be wrong. I just wonder if it could have been too raspy or if it just sounds better with stock cats.
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Yeah, it looked like he went back to stock cats from his last post, but I could be wrong. I just wonder if it could have been too raspy or if it just sounds better with stock cats.
I did have the exhaust paired with RHFC's for a while but it was getting pretty obnoxious and I really started to miss the catback by itself after a while. I think it did get a little raspy and there were times I loved the sound especially top end but daily driving I was getting annoyed because it was just too much. I really love the tone with stock cats, I don't feel this exhaust is worth adding HFC's to unless you really want the added power that HFC's deliver.

Another reason I went back to stock cats was because they were making more power with my Supercharged setup which was proven to make more power over HFC's.
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Here is my G37 with fast intentions RHFC's and full GTHAUS catback. Sounds amazing but was also pretty raspy daily driving. Seems like it only sounded great on top end (WOT). This setup was pretty LOUD in person! I honestly don't miss the HFC's at all, I really prefer the catback by itself.


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Did you have the HFC or RHFC?
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Did you have the HFC or RHFC?
I had Resonated HFC's.
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