Hello all, I am nearly finished with my AA, and next year I will start school at VRI at WWU. I cant wait!!! Until then I am working on a private project. A 1970's Kit car called a Sterling. Due to expense I cannot make this car a mid engine, so I am staying with a rear engine configuration, but replacing the stock 1600cc VW motor with a Turbocharged WRX engine. Trick is the exhaust will be extremely short, maybe 6 feet in total length. What is really bothering me about this exhaust isnt building it, but rather tuning the sound. WRX engines come in a unequal length header(low and rumbly) and an equal length header (higher pitch and raspy). Is there a way to adjust an exhaust note to be more of an exotic car tone or pitch? Isnt it merely adapting the frequencies of the sounds? Couldnt a muffler be made to absorb certain frequencies, and basically ignore others? If only I could make this car sound like a lamborghini, Id be in heaven. If a V12 has a given exhaust note due to internal moving parts, and frequency of exhaust firing pulses, couldnt a 4 cylinder exhaust be adapted to mimic this? Even if kind of closer? I do not want a fart box honda civic sound coming out of this car. Any thoughts or ideas? Just because it hasnt been done, doesnt mean it "cant be done"