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Old 02-16-2012, 06:43 AM   #1
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Question I am putting a new exhaust and headers on my car I just baught a few months ago (first mustang for me) it has stock headers into straight pipe dumped befor the axle now with flowmasters but how can u tell what series they are? Im going to Shorty header equal length to x pipe and not sure if I should change the mufflers or not. My question is has anyone used the 10 series I here they are loud and what muffler would you reccomemd for a super loud but yet not hurt performance?
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Check out this thread.there is a couple clips with 10 series.you can go as loud as you want on the muffler and your not gonna hurt performance.
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As the 10 series are one chambered so they are smaller in length (maybe 15 inches long maybe)
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@dreamstang I do not see a link to the thread you are referring to.

this is my daily summer driver so I want loud but not get me pulled over loud every day! We have alot of kids with fart cans on their cars I dont want to here them next to me when im drivin or at a stop light
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@dreamstang I do not see a link to the thread you are referring to.

this is my daily summer driver so I want loud but not get me pulled over loud every day! We have alot of kids with fart cans on their cars I dont want to here them next to me when im drivin or at a stop light
Well 10 series is the loudest sound from flowmaster I had the American thunder 40 series and they sound awesome as well, I'm a flowmaster guy and I don't know much about any other brand mufflers!!! So once you find out which ones you have now and if they are not the 40series, you can buy them (mufflers only) for around $120 and have them welded in
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Old 02-16-2012, 09:27 AM   #6
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I think what ill do is get rid of the stock headers and go with my equal length and x pipe see how it sounds first! Wish I could tell what series mine are! They just say flowmaster on them I bought the car from a college kid who needed money bad so I have not had a chance to figure out what all has and hasn't been done!

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I know it has 373 gear and I bought a bbk cai and it has ford racing plugs and aluminum drive shaft! I had to put a heater core in it ugh not fun! The AC has been cut with a saw but is still in the car do I need to delete that asap
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Is the belt still on it? If so you need to take that out ASAP it could the ac can lock up and snap your belt (I had it happen to me), you can get a AC delete kit
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I drove it for a couple Weeks this way didn't seem to hurt it but its parked for the winter now! I have been loon at the delete kits and under drive pulleys
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Sorry forgot the link lol

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The 10 series are about half the size of normal mufflers.if it looks Extra tiny that's probably them.I would get ac delete difinatly.it will get rid of ac and move the ps pump into its place.
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