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Old 02-02-2014, 11:41 AM   #1
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I just bought my first car, and decided to get a mustang. I really wanted a v8, But my budget wouldn't allow it($3500). So, I decided to get a 2002 Mustang and I'm very happy with it. I don't know what I want to do too it first, I think I'm going to go with exhaust. Any suggestions for good after market exhausts or what I should do before I do exhaust?
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Do you want it to sound American or European? If you want it to sound American get a set of Flowmaster 40s. If you want it to sound European get a full Pypes kit from AM and gain the most hp from a exhaust.
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I just bought my first car, and decided to get a mustang. I really wanted a v8, But my budget wouldn't allow it($3500). So, I decided to get a 2002 Mustang and I'm very happy with it. I don't know what I want to do too it first, I think I'm going to go with exhaust. Any suggestions for good after market exhausts or what I should do before I do exhaust?
From the picture, you already have dual exhaust. Do you not like the sound? What's wrong with it and what do you like. That can help with the exhaust decision. What else is done to the car?
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From the picture, you already have dual exhaust. Do you not like the sound? What's wrong with it and what do you like. That can help with the exhaust decision. What else is done to the car?
I wanted a deeper, more "American" sounding exhaust. Something like this maybe.
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Old 02-02-2014, 03:02 PM   #5
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From the picture, you already have dual exhaust. Do you not like the sound? What's wrong with it and what do you like. That can help with the exhaust decision. What else is done to the car?
I want it to sound more "American" then it does, like more deeper. Kinda like this:
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From the picture, you already have dual exhaust. Do you not like the sound? What's wrong with it and what do you like. That can help with the exhaust decision. What else is done to the car?
I want it to be a deeper, more "American" sound.
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I would suggest flowmaster 40s divorced duels and when you get more money if you want longtube headers
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Wow that's nice love the yellow it jumps out at ya . Good buy
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I would suggest flowmaster 40s divorced duels and when you get more money if you want longtube headers

+1 rite same here
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Wow that's nice love the yellow it jumps out at ya . Good buy
Agreed! Yellow is a great color on our stangs.
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I like the yellow my friend has a cobra called the rubber Duckie haha
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Agreed! Yellow is a great color on our stangs.
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Yeah, because we all have 2000+ dollars to paint our cars whatever color we want. You're such a d ouchebag bro, if you have no useful information to post then don't post anything. Btw OP i LOVE the yellow, really stands out.
I thought I was the only one that liked yellow
So you would suggest flow master 40s?
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I thought I was the only one that liked yellow
So you would suggest flow master 40s?
Along with the Flowmasters that were recommended to you, I'd highly suggest you check out "Borla Stingers" as well! They're very deep and throaty. I have a set on my 2010 GT, although I've heard some 99-04 V6's with them and they sound mean too.
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I thought I was the only one that liked yellow

So you would suggest flow master 40s?

It's a nice color! And I personally like Prochamber midpipe with flowmaster 10s. Best sound i've heard so far from a sixxer.
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+1 on the stingers they sound awesome
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Looks great, just bought my first Mustang on Feb 3rd
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Nice dude. I just got mine too. It's the dark arctic blue color.

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I might be buying the same rims but my mustang is silver
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Nice car. Really? $3500 budget. You're one lucky dude. I bought my firs V6 for $3200 Click image for larger version

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If you're mechanically inclined I suggest a windstar intake swap. With a 4.2 stroker

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