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Old 03-17-2012, 07:43 PM   #1
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loudest exhaust setup?

What's the loudest mufflers on the market? and does the sound change from an o/r h pipe to n o/r x pipe. And do long tube headers change the tone at all? I'm just wondering what the loudest setup is bc there's another foxbody in my town(small town) and I saw it goin down the street and it was louder than all the harleys in town.
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Warlocks are extremely loud with long tubes and straight pipes
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I would say if you have SLP resonators or cherry bombs you'll be fine for mufflers. Just know you can get a ticket with decimal ratings. I thinks it's like 90 in some states.
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Well I have slp loudmouths with a offroad h pipe. I'm getting long tube headers soon hopefully. I still don't know how loud my car is yet bc I haven't actually gone over 2000rpms bc my torque box is pretty messed up. I've only owned it for like 2 months but I didn't know if long tube headers would change it. And what's better long tube headers or equal legnth headers?
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Well I have slp loudmouths with a offroad h pipe. I'm getting long tube headers soon hopefully. I still don't know how loud my car is yet bc I haven't actually gone over 2000rpms bc my torque box is pretty messed up. I've only owned it for like 2 months but I didn't know if long tube headers would change it. And what's better long tube headers or equal legnth headers?
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From what vie read long tubes give you a Lil bit more power. Now is it enough to make a Hugh difference. That's all up to you.
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Well I have slp loudmouths with a offroad h pipe. I'm getting long tube headers soon hopefully. I still don't know how loud my car is yet bc I haven't actually gone over 2000rpms bc my torque box is pretty messed up. I've only owned it for like 2 months but I didn't know if long tube headers would change it. And what's better long tube headers or equal legnth headers?
Long tubes are better for more low end torque and HP, plus I think they make the engine sound better.
To me they are well worth the extra expense.
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Alright thanks I was gonna get long tubes and I saw the equal tube ones and I wasn't too sure which was better. I kinda figured long tube bc they're like 100$ more but you never know lol. But thanks
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Alright thanks I was gonna get long tubes and I saw the equal tube ones and I wasn't too sure which was better. I kinda figured long tube bc they're like 100$ more but you never know lol. But thanks
Yea the equal length headers are shorty headers just with same length tubing on both headers from heads to mid-pipes
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