Both realy. Exhaust setups are extremely self opinion setups man. If you are going for pure performance there are specific setups that will flow better but may not sound the best to you. If you like a particular sound then you realy just have to do some surfing on the internet video's and the exhaust clip section on here and try to find your desired sound. You can ask for other people to tell you the "best" setup, but remember that is still a personal opinion, its not neccesarily your desired sound. I searched for a long time before I settled on my setup, and I love every second of it running. There are a couple others I will try later like Borla Stingers, and JBA, just so I know for sure what setup I want. I know not everyone can go out and try out 3 or 4 different setups thats why this question is asked every day. But its realy like asking someone what soft drink or beer you are gonna like the best and then spending $300-$600 on it and never tasting it. Do some surfing, hell I will even send you my links to some of the clips I looked thru when I was looking. Just listen a bunch then buy man.
honestly for the price I think bassani isnt worth it. thats my opinion though.
the price on those are outrageous. if money is an issue I say pypes. you can pick one up around $150 bucks maybe a tad more but its under $200. I got a dr gas on the way for $240 and i think its the best sounding midpipe ive ever heard. I used to love and want bassani so bad but ill tell you. pypes, upr, dr.gas, are three of the best sounding if you dont mind it being loud/tad raspy. if you want something deep try mac, its the best sounding deep one IMO. also the difference in sound can change between o/r and catted. im sure you knew half of what I said but i felt like saying it