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Old 05-21-2014, 10:07 AM   #1
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Muffler for 1999 v6

I need to know what muffler sounds best with 1999 v6 35th anniversary mustang. I just bought it and I just wanted to change it up some.
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It's all about opinions. Most people get flowmasters.
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It's all about opinions. Most people get flowmasters.

And what about a three chamber magnaflow
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R u going 4 performance or sound?
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Old 05-23-2014, 01:29 AM   #6
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I think flowmasters have the best sound. It's usually the flowmaster 40's or 10's that people choose.
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Old 05-23-2014, 02:27 PM   #7
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Flowmaster 40s or 44s 40s r more popular
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Flowmaster 40s or 44s 40s r more popular

What about a three chambered? I think that's a 50
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The 50's are quieter I think.
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What about a three chambered? I think that's a 50
Mufflers on utube are the most popular post. People have been posting 99 Mustangs since 99. If there was a better choice we would know by now. It never hurts to try and no one can blame a guy for trying. Serach utube with 1999 2004 mustang exhaust v6 and you will find the most popular choices still. I have a custom fabricated Pypes set up and they sound good with Flowmaster 40s. You will be happy!
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Off road h pipe with flow master 40s number one setup with the best sound catback as well.
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Flowmaster 40s dumped b4 the axel
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I got a single flowmaster series 40 on my car now. Sounds alright not as loud as i want it to be. I'm getting dual flowmasters with a h-pipe with some high-flow cats.
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I've got a 2000 v6 with an x-pipe on it. A friend recommended CherryBomb glasspacks, I have a good opportunity on a deal for some SLP Loudmouths, but I am think FM Super 44s. Opinions?

Figured my question would help OP too
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X pipes sound like **** and so do glass packs and cherry bombs on mustangs. 44s are quieter than 40s best is catback h pipe with flow master 40s hands down.
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Stay away from any straight thru design muffler. Examples are magnaflows, cherry bombs (glasspacks), SLP LM1's. Not saying they are bad mufflers, just they don't sound good on the v6's imo.

Stick to chambered mufflers, more specifically 2 chambered - flowmasters 40's, pypes street pros, etc. These mufflers paired with a catted midpipe or pro chamber sound best to me. Offroad h-pipes sound great at idle and under 2500 rpms, but higher rpms get too raspy and high pitched. A quieter, mellow v6 sounds better than a loud, droned out one.
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I think I researched the perfect sounding system-
Flowmaster 10 series, one chamber mufflers-
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