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Any word on Bullets for the C7? Had them on my C6 and boy was it AWESOME! Im going to get the performance exhaust on my C7 and wondering how it compares? IF by any chance its NOT loud enough, what would be the logical step without having to change the muffler system? New low restrictive cats? (Do they really make a difference?) Headers? Both?

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Called B&B and spoke to their "product development specialist" Mike. He said that they will have their prototype exhaust ready for the SEMA show, be ready to ship product to customers in December. They are working on "new billet tip, machined exhaust tip shapes," will have bi-modal/sound level variance system, and will be developing headers (though not everything might be ready right up front).
 

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I have NPP exhaust. Does it make sense to get regular exhaust then if you're going to do any exhaust upgrades or what can they do if you already have NPP installed?
 

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That is a good question, one that I do not believe we "know the correct answer" to yet. We will have to see what happens, how customers feel about it once it is on the market. However, personally, and my decision is worth less than one cent, I am still going to order the NPP exhaust.
 

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Yes I'm getting the NPP exhaust as well. Have any of you tried low restrictive cats for more flow and sound? I would consider that if it makes a "considerable" difference opposed to buying a new muffler system...Thoughts?
 

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When I mod the exhaust I plan to get headers and hi flow cats but leave the NPP mufflers. I like the sound or lack of sound as I see fit.
 

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Sinner-Have you tried the high flow cats before? Do they make a difference with HP/Sound? Any emissions issues?
 

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Sinner-Have you tried the high flow cats before? Do they make a difference with HP/Sound? Any emissions issues?
Stock cars flow so well it's not necessary to go high hi flow unless you want more sound. I would never change stock cats to aftermarket except with running long tubes because you have to. Stock cats are located on the lower tube section off the stock manifolds that LT replace.

Hi flow cats may give you a few horsepower but it's not worth changing by themselves, IMO
 

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Okay cool. I guess we will see when I get the car. Which long tubes did you roll with? LG?
 
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