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Cat back exhaust vs axle back exhaust

Can I change my tl pipe with a cat back pipe? My brother in law has a set of stock cats but the exhaust is from a 4.6 V8. If I put a set of stock cats on it won't the catback put out more power than a stock pipe?

Also, what's the difference between a cat back and axle back exhaust system? From what I can tell, you're basically just getting rid of the muffler. Is that correct?

Catback is an exhaust upgrade. There's all kinds of advantages to having an exhaust that can be tuned for better performance.

Axleback exhaust is a less expensive option that keeps the vehicle original. If the car is stock, and you're just after a more "crowd pleasing" look, then probably the cheapest option is to use a "stock" exhaust.

"But it is an absolute and total fallacy that all cats or all mufflers are the same" ... I totally agree with you man, if I buy a car with a cat that will be a total waste of money

Catback is an exhaust upgrade. There's all kinds of advantages to having an exhaust that can be tuned for better performance.

Axleback exhaust is a less expensive option that keeps the vehicle original. If the car is stock, and you're just after a more "crowd pleasing" look, then probably the cheapest option is to use a "stock" exhaust.

In Australia in this market we call it the "Stock" exhaust as the muffler would normally be removed when the exhaust is changed. On this car they left the muffler so I was wondering why. In the USA we call it the "stock" exhaust, unless of course you mod it, then you call it the "custom" exhaust. Just seems the Aussie's like to go and get stuff from the US before they have a chance to buy it here, so the term "stock" sounds better to them.

Catback is an exhaust upgrade. There's all kinds of advantages to having an exhaust that can be tuned for better performance.

Axleback exhaust is a less expensive option that keeps the vehicle original. If the car is stock, and you're just after a more "crowd pleasing" look, then probably the cheapest option is to use a "stock" exhaust.

In Australia in this market we call it the "Stock" exhaust as the muffler would normally be removed when the exhaust is changed. On this car they left the muffler so I was wondering why. In the USA we call it the "stock" exhaust, unless of course you mod it, then you call it the "custom" exhaust. Just seems the Aussie's like to go and get stuff from the US before they have a chance to buy it here, so the term "stock" sounds better to them.

Stock exhaust isn't always stock. In fact, there's not always a stock exhaust. In an original motor there's often a "silencer" or "muffler" that has the stock exhaust mounted.

There's also the case where a stock replacement is a modified stock one that is a good quality item.

Axleback is an exhaust upgrade. There's all kinds of advantages to having an exhaust that can be tuned for better performance.

I am going to disagree with you. The only advantage to having a custom exhaust that can be tuned for better performance is a bigger, better sounding exhaust and a custom tune.

What I was getting at is the term Stock, when referring to exhaust, in most markets around the world, is stock. When in the US we would typically call it "stock" exhaust. That's what I meant by the term Stock. I am Australian and know what it means to our stock exhausts, so that's why I thought that was my definition of the term.

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So are stock, custom, performance, tuned, etc all the same terms in Aus. You have a nice little thread with some good discussion, and when i'm back in Aus, i'm definitely going to look it up, it's a lot of fun reading it from across the globe.

Not stock exhaust is stock exhaust. That is not the case in the states.

Axleback is an exhaust upgrade. There's all kinds of advantages to having an exhaust that can be tuned for better performance.

What I was getting at is the term Stock, when referring to exhaust, in most markets around the world, is stock. When in the US we would typically call it "stock" exhaust. That's what I meant by the term. I am Australian and know what it means to our stock exhausts, so that's why I thought that was my definition of the term.

Not stock exhaust is stock exhaust. That is not the case in the states.

Axleback is an exhaust upgrade. There's all kinds of advantages to having an exhaust that can be tuned for better performance.

What I was getting at is the term Stock, when referring to exhaust, in most markets around the world, is stock. When in the US we would typically call it "stock" exhaust. That's what I meant by the term. I am Australian and know what it means to our stock exhausts, so that's why I thought that was my definition of the term.

Well, there goes that theory, but good luck with that.

I'm talking about 'stock' or otherwise modified/enhanced exhaust systems in the US, so the term Stock or Modified can include a range of modifications. The term Stock can include Stock and otherwise modified exhausts. Your Australian exhausts are modified exhausts in the US and we call them Stock. So, we're looking for the name of the exhaust system.

Axleback is an exhaust upgrade. There's all kinds of advantages to having an exhaust that can be tuned for better performance.

Axleback is an exhaust upgrade. There's all kinds of advantages to having an exhaust that can be tuned for better performance.

That's the difference in terminology. Most Australian Stock exhausts are simply exhausts - they have no modifications.

If you're referring to stock in the States - all of our cars are modified exhausts and have had an exhaust upgrade done by Axleback.

You could be referring to modified exhausts and we are in fact calling them stock.

If you are referring to modified exhausts - we are in fact being very honest. It's very difficult to give a definetion of stock that does not include modifications. To be able to say what the stock exhaust should be without reference to modifications seems very unlikely.

On the other hand if you are referring to stock in the States - we are in fact being very honest. It's very difficult to give a definetion of stock that does not include modifications. To be able to say what the stock exhaust should be without reference to modifications seems very unlikely.

If you are referring to stock in the States - we are in fact being very honest. It's very difficult to give a definetion of stock


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