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Old 05-05-2012, 06:46 PM   #1
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New exhaust.

Just got my car back I love the exhaust. High flows a bassanni x and 28 in glasspacks. Sounds very close to an eight in the low rpms and sounds race ready in the high rpms. Very very impressed
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Just got my car back I love the exhaust. High flows a bassanni x and 28 in glasspacks. Sounds very close to an eight in the low rpms and sounds race ready in the high rpms. Very very impressed
What are glasspacks? Is it just any muffler that's cylinder like? With fiberglass inside? Take some pictures I'm interested and maybe some video?
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I wanna see some pictures and some sound
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Just got my car back I love the exhaust. High flows a bassanni x and 28 in glasspacks. Sounds very close to an eight in the low rpms and sounds race ready in the high rpms. Very very impressed
I'd be interested in hearing exactly what it sounds like, I have high flow cats and an X-pipe, and I LOVE the way my car sounds, however, I have Flowmaster Super 40's and they are THICK! I scape my mufflers when I enter parking lots and driveways that have a steep incline.

In order to reduce scraping I need a thinner muffler... if it sounds good I'll do it.
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I wanna h pipe
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h pipe sounds the best on a six imo

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http://youtu.be/7EmabEE9vpA

this is my set up. a lil vid i recorded the other night
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h pipe sounds the best on a six imo

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http://youtu.be/7EmabEE9vpA

this is my set up. a lil vid i recorded the other night
This is the set up I'm getting next week, that sounds very deep and it grumbles. Amazing sound. Specially for a 6. When you step on it how loud does it get? And in the higher rpms how raspy
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This is the set up I'm getting next week, that sounds very deep and it grumbles. Amazing sound. Specially for a 6. When you step on it how loud does it get? And in the higher rpms how raspy
it doesnt get raspy at all. it doesnt sound to loud when at high at rpm's but it beats the stock sound. i luv it. at least till i save up for the LT headers and the o/r h pipe if i do decide to keep this car.
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U notice a bug difference tho?
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U notice a bug difference tho?
compared to stock yes
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Re: New exhaust.

I had a catback with 40's, Then I did true duals with Flowmaster 10's, Now I've got MAC longtubes, hi-flow cats, prochamber, and then the FM 10's. All 3 versions can be heard on you-tube, same name "robb15033"
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I had a catback with 40's, Then I did true duals with Flowmaster 10's, Now I've got MAC longtubes, hi-flow cats, prochamber, and then the FM 10's. All 3 versions can be heard on you-tube, same name "robb15033"
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this is my set up. a lil vid i recorded the other night
Ah yeah... I stopped watching as soon as you turned it on that sounds way better than my x pipe
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Ah yeah... I stopped watching as soon as you turned it on that sounds way better than my x pipe
thanks! imo h pipe is the best way to go with our little sixxers. it doesnt have a rice sound to it.

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I had a catback with 40's, Then I did true duals with Flowmaster 10's, Now I've got MAC longtubes, hi-flow cats, prochamber, and then the FM 10's. All 3 versions can be heard on you-tube, same name "robb15033"
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I had a catback with 40's, Then I did true duals with Flowmaster 10's, Now I've got MAC longtubes, hi-flow cats, prochamber, and then the FM 10's. All 3 versions can be heard on you-tube, same name "robb15033"
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i love ur setup dude. looks like tons of money whent into it .
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Re: New exhaust.

Thank you.
Yeah, everything costs way too much. I saved up a long *** time piece by piece. I'm happy though.
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Thank you.
Yeah, everything costs way too much. I saved up a long *** time piece by piece. I'm happy though.
SN95 V6 ProChamber Flowmaster Mustang - YouTube
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Thanks, it's different. Fo Sho.
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