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From what I gathered from all of my research, hearing both exhausts separately I’d say the sound clips on Akra’s site are a great representation of the sound. They breakdown like this:
Carbon - Pros: Cheaper, lighter, more power, easier to install/uninstall the baffle if desired.
Carbon - Cons: if you lowside on the right, the muffler is going to have a bad time.
Ti - Pros: if you lowside in the right, you’re going to have a bad time but your exhaust won’t.
Ti - Cons: Removing the baffle definitely sucks, additional modification is required to reinstall properly, and it’s more expensive. (This is more subjective, but I personally don’t like that the exhaust baffle in is HARDLY louder than the stock exhaust.)
Baffles in: Carbon is louder, Ti is not much louder than stock.
Baffles out: TI is louder, Carbon still sounds fantastic.
Carbon: Higher pitched, but smooth.
TI: More bass and deeper, still smooth.
Personally, I really like the underbody design and had a hard time deciding between the two. The loopty-loop of the Carbon looks great though, and how can you not like carbon fiber?
Ultimately, I went with the Carbon for now. I found a used one in great condition and saved about $600-$700 than if I bought a new TI like I originally planned.
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