98 Pontiac Grand Prix Gt 3.8L Exhaust

-Please comment and Subscribe- This is my new used 1998 pontiac Grand Prix Gt with the 3800 series II 3.8L. I picked this car up for 700 dollars U.S and the resonator has a rotted hole in it and do does one of the mufflers in the back. I think it sounds alright but i posted this to see what you think and if you have any setup ideas to throw at me. Thanks for Watching!!

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