The title pretty much says it all. I've had the exhaust for one day, so I doubt it's broken in. Ebay CAI (works great, thank you) Top Speed Pro 1 header (supposedly, got it off ebay, so I'm not sure) Stock Cat No Resonator 2.25" piping from cat to Magnaflow muffler #12225 NO, I DIDN'T NOTICE A DIFFERENCE IN POWER. The first clip is with a cold exhaust. The engine was also cold, so I only went up to 4k rpms. The Magnaflow sounds noticeably different after it's warmed up, and that's what the second clip shows. It's more noticeably in person, i think. The rasp from 2500-3000 rpms disappears and it sounds deeper overall. There is still a high pitched rasp from about 4000-6000 rpms. Most videos sound worse than in person, but I think this actually sounds better in the video than in person. I hate the way it sounds and I can't wait to get a resonator back on it. Hopefully that will fix all of the raspyness.
Mazda, 626, 2.0l, manual, rev, exhaust, magnaflow, no, resonator, stock, cat, top, speed, pro, header, Prince, Valorum