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G35 exhaust setup can produce pops?

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Ok so I posted another topic a bit ago and it made no sense since I know jack sh** about cars atm cause I'm new. So is straight pipe and art pipe 2 different things or can you have both on at the same time? if not would a straight pipe with 12-inch vibrant resonators and a muffler delete be able to produce pops?

once again since I'm new there might be some noobie questions or stuff oi said that makes no sense so lemme know haha :D

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Yeah that popping sound is cool. 

You mean when your driving along in 3rd and put it in second to slow down the exhaust makes popping sounds?

I don't know how to get that sound but i know what you mean. 

I had it in my old 2 door pajero when i installed a lot better free flowing exhaust.

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