I am not from Canada, but I strongly suggest you reconsider the removal of those Bullet Resonators before the axle back connections; at least until you hear the set-up with everything else you're doing minus the resonator removal. Those serve to control the high frequency range of sound, and you may not like the raspy sound removing might produce. The SLP pipes also have no J-Pipe, so it will drone through the entire range.
The Solo Axle Back set-up is more highly rated by G8ers, and as a result I, too, purchased the Solo axle back set.
I recently took it a step further, though, and with the engine upgrades also installed some mid length headers. It is a smooth growl under idle, and a screaming race car wide open. Yet, the sound is tempered by those resonators.
If you were to be standing behind my car after it has been driven around and warmed up, you'd hear the slight lope of the cam and the pops that are ever so slight. Remove them resonators and it would no longer be amusing.
Just my two cents...
Edit: This advice is not only based on my experience, but the advice of others prior to my modifications. After about 2 weeks with the new set-up, I find that I am in full agreement. With the stock manifolds and cats, it'll be quieter for sure. However, rasp is rasp.... and even a feint one can ruin the sound.