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Old 02-29-2012, 08:54 PM   #1
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99 v6 mustang, exhaust, muffler, flowmaster

Anyone have an idea of what series 10 flowmasters sounds like on a 99 v6?, I've heard a few clips on YouTube that sounded really good, I'm just wondering does anyone else have this setup? And how loud it is in person...thanks in advance
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I have an 05 with ten series...not exactly the same, but it sounds really nice. They are pretty loud, and drone some, but it isn't too bad.
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Thanks man, hopefully it won't be too loud considering my engine is a bit smaller than yours
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I have a 99 v6 with dual flow master 40s with an offload x pipe. When I start it up it is pretty loud. Like of you're standing right behind the car it's deafening for a few seconds. But after it warns up it sits at a nice low growl sound. I love mine
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I have a 99 v6 with dual flow master 40s with an offload x pipe. When I start it up it is pretty loud. Like of you're standing right behind the car it's deafening for a few seconds. But after it warns up it sits at a nice low growl sound. I love mine
Sam here I have the exact same setup and sounds awesome when driving between 1.5-2 k rmps. Low gargoals all the time
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Sam here I have the exact same setup and sounds awesome when driving between 1.5-2 k rmps. Low gargoals all the time
I have fuels with 40's but no x pipe is it worth it to get?
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I have fuels with 40's but no x pipe is it worth it to get?
I meant I have a customer hpipe sorry. I don't knw how the x pipe varies from the h but a lot of ppl say they are the same. But def need an h or x because when I heard divorced duals I didn't like em too raspy
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Whats the difference in having an h or x pipe vs having true duels running straight back?
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Whats the difference in having an h or x pipe vs having true duels running straight back?
I'm not really sure the difference either but like he said above, straight pipes will make it just a "louda** v6" and sound weird, if you have the h or x it will give it a low v8 sound
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Alright, I really appreciate all the help
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Old 03-01-2012, 05:10 PM   #11
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Re: 99 v6 mustang, exhaust, muffler, flowmaster

I believe Robb15033 has the flow 10's on his v6...I've listened to his youtube clips and it sounded pretty good. I actually liked the sound from the 10's in the higher rpms over the 40's. Maybe he'll reply with his exact setup.
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I meant I have a customer hpipe sorry. I don't knw how the x pipe varies from the h but a lot of ppl say they are the same. But def need an h or x because when I heard divorced duals I didn't like em too raspy
Someone in the forum says the H is deeper an the X is raspier.
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Re: 99 v6 mustang, exhaust, muffler, flowmaster

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Someone in the forum says the H is deeper an the X is raspier.
Yah that's usually how it goes...the h-pipe makes the tone deeper while the x-pipe scavenges and causes the raspy tone.

To me either midpipe sounds good on the v8's...

The x-pipe with cats sounds ok on the v6, but without cats it gets too high pitched and raspy for me.

I am slightly biased as I've always liked the deep muscle car tone that the h-pipe makes, but v8's with x-pipes can sound nasty too.
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Re: 99 v6 mustang, exhaust, muffler, flowmaster

I have a 2002 v6 with 10 series and a x pipe with all the cats and dude my stang sounds clean it has the nice rumbble and its loud sounds nothing like a six the gts get mad at me that im louder and faster then them
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That's what I'm talkin bout, lmaooo
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Re: 99 v6 mustang, exhaust, muffler, flowmaster

Where they my videos you listened too? I'm replacing mine this week to LT headers,hi-flow cats,ProChamber, and the Flowmaster 10 series. Followed by dyno re-tune.

Mustang V6 Flowmaster 10 Series Single Chamber - YouTube
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I heard clips of both and IMO the 10's are louder.
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Where they my videos you listened too? I'm replacing mine this week to LT headers,hi-flow cats,ProChamber, and the Flowmaster 10 series. Followed by dyno re-tune.

Mustang V6 Flowmaster 10 Series Single Chamber - YouTube
What exactly is your setup in that video it sounds good!!!!
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Re: 99 v6 mustang, exhaust, muffler, flowmaster

Thanks. In those videos I have stock headers and all 4 cats, divorced duals, Flowmaster 10 Series and the tailpipes and tips. I used 2.25" pipe from just after the cats to about 10" before inlet of mufflers, and there I upped it to 2.5" the rest of the way out. That's it! Pretty simple and quick.
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