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Old 08-27-2008, 12:24 PM   #1
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changing exhaust

Right now i have a single exhaust and wanting to change to a dual. Right now i have flowmaster 40 on it. I was thinking on putting SLP Loudmouth Resonaltors on it. I don't make much money so i thinking of using a y pipe instead.

If you have any other suggestions please tell.

I have a movie of my exhaust right now its on youtube.
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Old 08-27-2008, 05:10 PM   #2
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Re: changing exhaust

that doesn't sound bad at all.....i would stay away from SLP, especially on a V6....it will sound really raspy, and its obnoxiously loud....i had it on my V8 and switched to Loud Mouth II's.
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Re: changing exhaust

Well i want it to loud as hell but a cheap price. I can get two loudmouths for $135. Do u perfer a different brand?
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Re: changing exhaust

When it comes to exhaust, it comes down to the sound that you want. Everyone has their brand that they like. My best advice is to listen to sounds clips on the internet and see what you like best. I do like the loud mouth II's on my car but the regular loud mouths were even high pitched on my car and I have a V8. They were so loud that you couldn't even hold a convo in the car. Listen to Kyles exhaust (his is a V6) and see if you like that, i think it sounds great. I just don't recomend SLP Loudmouths because they would sound like crap and be obnoxious.
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Re: changing exhaust

Well i have been looking around and i did like how the slp loudmouths sonunded on v6 stangs. I just placed the order today. I'll put up a vid when i get them on.
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Re: changing exhaust

Cant wait to hear what ot sounds like.
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Re: changing exhaust

I was driving on base and i saw a 93 5.0 for sale. I'm was thinking of selling current stang to get different one but i don't know.
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Re: changing exhaust

Yeah you don't want slp... Not only is it obnoxious on the v6 but it sound kinda "honda-ish"

I would suggest flowmaster 40s OR if you have a 4.0L the pypes mid muffler system.
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Re: changing exhaust

Well i have them and i'm thinking of buying a 88gt and put them on that.
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Well i have them and i'm thinking of buying a 88gt and put them on that.
88gt?
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Re: changing exhaust

I looking for a new project car.
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Dude, straight pipes. Free(ish) and they sound cool. IMO
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Re: changing exhaust

i'm still new to this but keep hearing straight pipes. I really don't know what that mean. Like no muffer at all?
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Yeah you either cut out the muffler and replace it with tubing or you gut the muffler.
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Re: changing exhaust

SLP loud mouth I's are straight pipes. It's an empty shell, so it would save you the work of hollowing out the mufflers if you're going to go that route. BTW straight pipes sound like crap
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Re: changing exhaust

yeah don't do staight pipes. With out a muffler to cancel out /absourb the higher pitch sounds; you end up sounding like a queen bee on pms and buzz really bad in the upper RPM band. If anything put on a pair of glasspacks or magnaflow 4in round mufflers.

what you have right now sounds prettty good. If I was you I would buy a y-pipe and another muffler like the one you have and call it a day.
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Re: changing exhaust

I sold the slp lm to a friend and got another flowmater 40 muffler but i just can't find a y pip anywhere.
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Re: changing exhaust

go to a muffler shop and have them make you one.
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Re: changing exhaust

Doesnt magnaflow make one?
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Yes Magnaflow and other companies make Y-Pipes, they are universal and would need to be welded or have flange welded to them so it can connect to the muff
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Re: changing exhaust

Yes Magnaflow and other companies make Y-Pipes, they are universal and would need to be welded or have flange welded to it so it can connect to the mufflers and stock Y-Pipe assembly.
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Re: changing exhaust

ok i gave away my slp loudmouths to one of my friends and we put it on his mustang and heres what is sounds like.

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Re: changing exhaust

Sounds a bit to ricey for me plus you gotta fix that exhaust leak.
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Re: changing exhaust

i don't think i like the way that sounds. you ever do the mufflers for your car?
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Re: changing exhaust

i didn't do it my friend did i just helped him.
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i didn't do it my friend did i just helped him.
I think you understood what I said. I was wondering if you ever installed that other flowmaster muffler you bought for your ride
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Re: changing exhaust

No, I haven't had the time to do it yet. The other 40 in my room gathering dust right now. I just got a new job and it will be some time before i get it on there.
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thats understandable i still havent installed my Borla yet.
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Sounds a bit to ricey for me plus you gotta fix that exhaust leak.
Had a urge for Chinese after listening to that clip
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