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Old 12-09-2008, 08:21 PM   #1
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My son wants dual exhaust for his car for Xmas. He does not like the sound of the magnaflow and the Ford racing. He does like the Pypes sound. I have talked to 2 different shops in town one shop recommeded the following:
Pypes
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Dynomax
The shop that has done some work on the car previously does not recommend the Pypes calism they have had leaking problems, the pipes run close to the fuel tank etc.

Can anyone give me guidance in the "best setup for the car"
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I'm biased to Flowmaster 40 series mufflers and have had mine on now for almost 6 years and don't have leaks/problems witht the exhaust as it sounds brand new. I'm sure there is an application for your son's car such as the American Thunder cat-back system or something along those lines etc etc. There are a lot of different exhuast choices out there to choose from. JBA may be good for the 05-09's, however they are expensive and not worth it to me. Dynomax has decent mufflers, however I thought they were too quiet when I heard them on my friend's 2002 GT. Check out some of the exhaust systems's websites and look for sound clips. Hope that helped a little bit.
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Re: Dual Exhaust for 2007 V6

I've had bad fitment issues with Pypes products personally, had to modify an X pipe to fit with a flame and hammer.

The other thing you'll want to look at is do you want dual exhaust or to keep the single out? This will make a difference on the decision...
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Ive got JBA all the way from the block to the tips, and I love them. They make good external sound, and performance. I do admit, they are a bit more though. With all the exhausts I've seen so far, there is some work needed to get the left side to hang correctly, depending on the bumper you have and where the fit is, but its minor.
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Re: Dual Exhaust for 2007 V6

are you wanting a catback or just axle backs, either way on a v6 i wonder if the GT mid pipe will just bolt up?
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My son wants dual exhaust for his car for Xmas. He does not like the sound of the magnaflow and the Ford racing. He does like the Pypes sound. I have talked to 2 different shops in town one shop recommeded the following:
Pypes
JBA
Dynomax
The shop that has done some work on the car previously does not recommend the Pypes calism they have had leaking problems, the pipes run close to the fuel tank etc.

Can anyone give me guidance in the "best setup for the car"
ok here i go from experince.

first of all you want to make sure you get TRUE duel exhaust. the diffrence is that true duel exhaust actually has 2 pipes coming out of the car all the way to the back. what alot of set ups for our cars are is the one pipe that already exists being ported out to 2 axle backs. you dont want that. magan flow sells that alot.

easiest set up is the JBA shorty headers with there true duel exhaust kit. comes with the axle backs and everything. I liked the sound of it, but i just had the whole thing replaced because it wasnt loud enough for me and i am also biased to flowmasters. but i got super 40s on mine.
you dont need to go my route, that can be much later with a one off exhaust set up. Heres the a link to where you can buy what you need.

2005 Mustang V6 JBA True Duals - Stainless Steel

2005 2006 2007 2008 Mustang Exhaust Systems at V6MustangStuff.com

2005 Mustang V6 JBA Cat4ward® Stainless Steel Shorty Headers

2005 2006 2007 2008 Mustang Headers at V6MustangStuff.com

good luck.
if i can be any other help let me know.
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Thanks for the input looks like we are going with the JBA system.
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Thanks for the input looks like we are going with the JBA system.
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I don't think the super 40's were available when I bought mine back in 2002. But either way flowmaster in my opinion gives the most aggessive sound. I'm about to replace the headers and H-pipe and get rid of my high flow cats. Just gonna bolt up better and be a lil louder
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I don't think the super 40's were available when I bought mine back in 2002. But either way flowmaster in my opinion gives the most aggessive sound. I'm about to replace the headers and H-pipe and get rid of my high flow cats. Just gonna bolt up better and be a lil louder
Your not getting rid of your cats there merely going to a better place
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