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Old 08-04-2011, 10:09 PM   #1
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Got the flowmasters hooked up best sound ever I luv it im glad I listened to everyone that suggested it thanks
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Got the flowmasters hooked up best sound ever I luv it im glad I listened to everyone that suggested it thanks
The thing about Flowmasters is that you either love them or hate them.

Welcome to the "Love Them" crowd.
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Old 08-05-2011, 08:08 AM   #3
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They give me a headache can't keep the top closed
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I love my American thunder 40s with off-road pipe ..... "best sound period"
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Has anyone tried borla?
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They give me a headache can't keep the top closed
Earplugs?
Cheaper than new exhaust.
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Has anyone tried borla?
To expensive for me.
That's another plus for Flowmaster.
They are more affordable in most cases.
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Yeah borla is not cheap. I have 40 series on my car right now.. I can't sand the interior noise they make.
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Old 08-05-2011, 03:12 PM   #9
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I actually want louder so I'm dropping my 40s and putting 10 series in!
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Old 08-05-2011, 03:18 PM   #10
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Are those the single chamber?
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Are those the single chamber?
Yes! And only $54 a piece
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Old 08-05-2011, 03:26 PM   #12
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I had those on my 94 cobra. Sounded great.
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I had those on my 94 cobra. Sounded great.
That's what I have now
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Old 08-05-2011, 03:30 PM   #14
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You'll like it. I thought they sounded much
Better with an x pipe. My h pipe made it sound really "blasty".
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You'll like it. I thought they sounded much
Better with an x pipe. My h pipe made it sound really "blasty".
Yea right now I have the bassani off-road x-pipe
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Earplugs?
Cheaper than new exhaust.
Or just keep the top down all the time not my daily driver is for alone or fAmily for ice cream daily driver is 09 subaru Impressa wrx sti sorry u would never catch me in straight and never in the twists
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Once you put the single chambers on it will be a HUGE difference. They are really loud.
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Old 08-05-2011, 03:44 PM   #18
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daily driver is 09 subaru Impressa wrx sti sorry u would never catch me in straight and never in the twists
You're probably right. To "catch" one of those I would have to slow down or put my Mustang in reverse.
I actually had an impromptu, almost, highway competition with one of those a while back.
He lost.
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Then he could not drive or it wasn't the wrx sti 305 stock with mine should be good to about 385 . Off the line yes 1/8 mile yes 1/4 no way or 30 to 60 or 60 to 100 no way and mountain running i would dream of it in a stang hey I'm not a foreign model guy just need a good car for safety and snow, ice we get alot and I can't miss work .
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Then he could not drive or it wasn't the wrx sti 305 stock with mine should be good to about 385 . Off the line yes 1/8 mile yes 1/4 no way or 30 to 60 or 60 to 100 no way and mountain running i would dream of it in a stang hey I'm not a foreign model guy just need a good car for safety and snow, ice we get alot and I can't miss work .
Mine is at 405, weighs in at 2850 lbs and it was a wrx sti.
He kept up pretty good until about 80 mph, then I opened it all the way up and he quickly receded into the distance.
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Then he could not drive or it wasn't the wrx sti 305 stock with mine should be good to about 385 . Off the line yes 1/8 mile yes 1/4 no way or 30 to 60 or 60 to 100 no way and mountain running i would dream of it in a stang hey I'm not a foreign model guy just need a good car for safety and snow, ice we get alot and I can't miss work .
Plus 1. STIs are nasty cars. I love them. Do some minor bolt ons and a tune and they make in the range of 370whp
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Mine is at 405, weighs in at 2850 lbs and it was a wrx sti.
He kept up pretty good until about 80 mph, then I opened it all the way up and he quickly receded into the distance.
405 in a 95 either it's a cobra or u spent thousands to get to thAt from 215 stock impressive
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405 in a 95 either it's a cobra or u spent thousands to get to thAt from 215 stock impressive
I have 650 rwhp in a 95...
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I have 650 rwhp in a 95...
It's not a 302 and with nitrous ,super charger max add 200 . Sure I had a 455 that was putting over 550 and the 502 with The Arizona speed tpi with a blower was well over 600 that was in a car over 4000lbs with drum brakes
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the sti is just another ricer in my review mirror, they are nice for a dd though with all wheel drive and being slow the perfect combo to staying safe on the road
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It's not a 302 and with nitrous ,super charger max add 200 . Sure I had a 455 that was putting over 550 and the 502 with The Arizona speed tpi with a blower was well over 600 that was in a car over 4000lbs with drum brakes
Lol fully built 347 on a boss block with a procharger. The engine build alone cost me 15000
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405 in a 95 either it's a cobra or u spent thousands to get to thAt from 215 stock impressive
Nope. It's not a 95 and the car cost me a total of $5250.
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the sti is just another ricer in my review mirror, they are nice for a dd though with all wheel drive and being slow the perfect combo to staying safe on the road
Hey its my commute car and I never got stuck in the snow or ice and never slip as for seeing it in ur rear I'm not a dice guy and it doesnt sound like a lawn mower but im thinking not as most are trying to get there rear to grip its already down the road as for hp most thinking that cold air and tuner will get you 200 to 300 hp i dont think so that takes serious cash and to drop that into a 95 ur tuning the strip I said before not for import but last year when we got 4 ft of snow and there was already 2 ft on the ground I got home with out a problem and for me that what matters i got home to family and yea very safetly mgl
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well thats good I do agree that the boxer motor does not sound like the traditional ricer...a buddy of mine owns a wrx. You keeping that as your dd also means it keeps your stang looking nice and clean in a garage.
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Ok guys, we have teased and harrassed tbonestang enough. He took it in good humor and without getting childish, so we can all respect him for that.

Sorry tbone, but you had to know that you were opening up a can of worms.
Peace.
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Ok guys, we have teased and harrassed tbonestang enough. He took it in good humor and without getting childish, so we can all respect him for that.

Sorry tbone, but you had to know that you were opening up a can of worms.
Peace.
Hey not harm done and not the stang is not in the garage yet try to fix all the problems last owner caused and it needs some work but I had a hard time locating one in my price range the was a 8 and convertible . Haven't had a ford in awhile last was 76 then a 68 and that 20 years ago
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Hey not harm done and not the stang is not in the garage yet try to fix all the problems last owner caused and it needs some work but I had a hard time locating one in my price range the was a 8 and convertible . Haven't had a ford in awhile last was 76 then a 68 and that 20 years ago
Well good luck with that and welcome back to the world of mustangs lol
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Hey not harm done and not the stang is not in the garage yet try to fix all the problems last owner caused and it needs some work but I had a hard time locating one in my price range the was a 8 and convertible . Haven't had a ford in awhile last was 76 then a 68 and that 20 years ago
Good!
I wish I had that 68.
I had a chance a few years back to buy a 68 fastback for $3k and lost it trying to lowball the guy.
I always wanted to build me an Eleanor clone with a twin turbocharged 427.
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Good!
I wish I had that 68.
I had a chance a few years back to buy a 68 fastback for $3k and lost it trying to lowball the guy.
I always wanted to build me an Eleanor clone with a twin turbocharged 427.
Sweet
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