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Old 02-17-2012, 08:21 AM   #1
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M going get my exhaust today,, I have bbk equal length headers and h pipe... Thinking of single chamber flows... I want it deep an loud... Any suggestions?
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Is it an o/r h?
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That's what I bought haven't installed them yet but listened to lots of YouTube vids.it will be really loud,so if your local cops are a holes its probably not good idea.
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Is it an o/r h?
It's an o/r h pipe

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That's what I bought haven't installed them yet but listened to lots of YouTube vids.it will be really loud,so if your local cops are a holes its probably not good idea.
Kill joys! Lol since it not a dd I don't care.
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Idk how 10s sound but I have an o/r x and 44s and it's loud and sounds awesome.. I crawl down the street at 1300 rpm and my mom can hear me from the bathroom haha
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Flowmaster Single chambered 10 series are there most aggressive ones. I had 40series American thunder and I thought they were sweet until I changed to 10 series!!!
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Flowmaster Single chambered 10 series are there most aggressive ones. I had 40series American thunder and I thought they were sweet until I changed to 10 series!!!
Do the 10s still have good tone? cause I always felt like they would lose tone because of only 1 chamber and then sound like slp or something crappy.
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10s do sound pretty beast on some cars. I have a friend with an 03 gt that has 10s with an o/r hpipe that sounds plain NASTY... but I went with the 44s because they just seemed a bit deeper tone throughout. 10s seemed to sound like cherry bombs at the higher rpms... personal preference though...
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M going get my exhaust today,, I have bbk equal length headers and h pipe... Thinking of single chamber flows... I want it deep an loud... Any suggestions?
Don't know about deep, but it will be loud.


IF, when you start it,
Dogs in the neighborhood crawl on their bellies, whine and wet themselves,
children run wide eyed and frightened to their mothers,
the mothers cringe and cry in fear,
and strong men tremble where they stand,


Then you have achieved your goals and your Mustang has the baddest exhaust in the hood.
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Don't know about deep, but it will be loud.

IF, when you start it,
Dogs in the neighborhood crawl on their bellies, whine and wet themselves,
children run wide eyed and frightened to their mothers,
the mothers cringe and cry in fear,
and strong men tremble where they stand,

Then you have achieved your goals and your Mustang has the baddest exhaust in the hood.
That's one way to put it. Roflmao
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Idk how 10s sound but I have an o/r x and 44s and it's loud and sounds awesome.. I crawl down the street at 1300 rpm and my mom can hear me from the bathroom haha
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Idk I got some 44s on my stang and it sounds good but I have some warlocks on my 77 with 3in straight pipes. With the cutouts closed it's very loud you can here the car 3-4 blocks away with cut outs open sounds like Bigfoot just fired up. And the warlocks have built in cutouts. They have a real deep sound and loud plus not a lot of ppl have them.lol
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I have glass packs/cherry bombs whatever you wanna call them. Its loud. I've set off alarms when starting or pulling out of space. I have turn down pipes after glass packs to deminish sound slightly. I'm actually suprised, but happy, knock on wood, no problems with noise ordinance. As long as u drive normal unless your positive noones around you'll be fine.
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are the 44s worth getting? i wanted to get them for whatever mustang i bought and the one i ended up buying already has slps on it. should i ditch the slp and go with the flowmasters?
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Idk I got some 44s on my stang and it sounds good but I have some warlocks on my 77 with 3in straight pipes. With the cutouts closed it's very loud you can here the car 3-4 blocks away with cut outs open sounds like Bigfoot just fired up. And the warlocks have built in cutouts. They have a real deep sound and loud plus not a lot of ppl have them.lol
I have thought about getting a pair of Warlocks and some electric cut out valves to go with them.

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are the 44s worth getting? i wanted to get them for whatever mustang i bought and the one i ended up buying already has slps on it. should i ditch the slp and go with the flowmasters?

Personally I wouldn't go the the expense and trouble unless you are really unhappy with what you have.
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Yea the cut outs are nice. With the electric openers they would be awesome after actually driving my car for first time I think imma stick with my flowmasters for now. It sounds awesome I'm just gonna cut off the 2.5 in pipes behind them and put some 3 in dumps
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i have the slp loudmouth II I love it
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