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lowest toned exhaust possible and backfire?

I'm currently running a mid pipe and dual muffler deletes from the megan racing axle back system. It's very loud due to it being basically straight piped if it wasn't for the mid pipes but it's too high pitched. I was wondering if there was anything I could do, in terms of possibly a custom exhaust system, to make it just as loud as it would be straight piped and just as low toned. my previous exhaust setup had the perfect tone that I was looking for but I can't seem to make it louder without going almost straight piped as I am now. I'm also wondering if there's any way how I can get some backfire from an exhaust system on the 250. Thanks!
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