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Old 07-04-2012, 09:50 PM   #1
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Want a new exhuast setup..i want a more mean nasty sounding exhuast..like mine is nice but not to loud from distannce..i here stangs all the time with beefy *** pipes!!
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If your runnin flows with tailpipes take the tailpipes off and dump it right before the axle. That should give it a little more rumble.
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what is your exact setup right now...
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Old 07-04-2012, 10:04 PM   #4
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Mine is shorty headers, o/r h pipe with 10 series flowmasters dumped. Nice and loud. When I switched from 40series to 10s dump it was night and day.
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well seeing how you went from a two chamber to one chamber muffler i'm not surprised
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well seeing how you went from a two chamber to one chamber muffler i'm not surprised
And dumped at the same time.
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And dumped at the same time.
lol i can imagine...when i had my first stang it was a sixxer...i dumped it for a good while...god i could imagine what a v8 would sound like lol
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Want a new exhuast setup..i want a more mean nasty sounding exhuast..like mine is nice but not to loud from distannce..i here stangs all the time with beefy *** pipes!!
Im on the app and am to lazy to check the full site..what is your current setup?..
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like this
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Right not I got bbk short headers, off road H pipe and I dont kno what kind of mufflers O.o..then tail pipes..the exhuast setuo was already on car when u got it so I kept it, but now want more
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Right not I got bbk short headers, off road H pipe and I dont kno what kind of mufflers O.o..then tail pipes..the exhuast setuo was already on car when u got it so I kept it, but now want more
can you snap a pic of the mufflers...that'd help us help you
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Old 07-04-2012, 10:28 PM   #12
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Yea in the morning I can..i like that deep muscle car sound but loud..i dont like that straight pipe/glass pack high pitch crackel..sounds *****..i remember my old neibor before he moved had a 95 with the best exhuast ever..when he reved it u got chills like OMG!! n it was stock lmao
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yeah the right midpipe & muffler combo can make a worlds difference
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Old 07-04-2012, 10:33 PM   #14
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So with my pipe setup what mufflers should I go with
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So with my pipe setup what mufflers should I go with
Well it seems you have the same setup as Dreamstang and myself except a single chamber exhaust dumped..

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Really I like the 10 series flows,my bullit insynerators,and borla's...just makin sure it's a single chamber!

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And dump it!!
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Old 07-04-2012, 10:41 PM   #16
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If you want loud a single chambered muffler is what u want. The only thing louder is no mufflers
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Old 07-04-2012, 10:47 PM   #17
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Whats dumped?
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If your runnin flows with tailpipes take the tailpipes off and dump it right before the axle. That should give it a little more rumble.
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Whats dumped?
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Old 07-04-2012, 10:59 PM   #19
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This was when I got my bullits installed and dumped..also before I removed the cats which happened 1 week later
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Old 07-04-2012, 11:03 PM   #20
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I cant do that..i got saleen style body n if I had no tail pipes it will look dum bc my bumper has the arches for the pipes
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Yeah that never looks right imo..but in this case I think you only need a single chambered exhaust then..

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Or...hmmm do faux tips but still have it dumped?...
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Old 07-04-2012, 11:42 PM   #22
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Re: Exhuast

Dynomax Ultra Flo ?

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Old 07-05-2012, 01:42 AM   #23
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Long tubes would make it louder...just saying shorties really dont do much considering what stock is...but i agree a single chamber is your best bet
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Long tubes would make it louder...just saying shorties really dont do much considering what stock is...but i agree a single chamber is your best bet
Well im not sure what the sn95 ”headers” are like,but the fox's have VERY bad stock headers..they're pinched bad at the head and shorties definitely open up the flow over stock!...
But yeah if ya want long tubes it's a plus for sure!.
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Old 07-05-2012, 07:24 AM   #25
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When u dump the exhaust do u get the exhaust smell inside car? Just wondering. I wouldn't mind it but the wife would. Lol
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Old 07-05-2012, 08:24 AM   #26
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When u dump the exhaust do u get the exhaust smell inside car? Just wondering. I wouldn't mind it but the wife would. Lol
Some people say that. But my car was a little fumy anyways. So it does it doesn't bother me. The only time it could be an issue would be sitting idling for a long period of time. If you see Steve's setup, you notice the dump pipes on them? You can use those for tips and angle them down and toward the outside to help out.
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Old 07-05-2012, 04:30 PM   #27
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I cant get a pic of mufflers..but I just realized I have x pipes..does that make a difference
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I cant get a pic of mufflers..but I just realized I have x pipes..does that make a difference
That will make your exhaust more "raspy" sounding.
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Hmm..so if I change the mufflers to one champers I will get louder?

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Thinking bout loud mouths lol
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yes one chamber will be louder. i dont think i would hassle with changing the x pipe. an h pipe would be a deeper sounding, but the x maybe good for a couple ponies.

check out youtube. its not as good as in persone but there are tons of different setups you can listen to.
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Here's my setup with bbk shorties, bbk o/r xpipe, and 10 series. It just started burning oil so ignore the smoke.

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Here's my setup with bbk shorties, bbk o/r xpipe, and 10 series. It just started burning oil so ignore the smoke.
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Here's my setup with bbk shorties, bbk o/r xpipe, and 10 series. It just started burning oil so ignore the smoke.

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Sounds good.
Appears to smoke on hard acceleration and after you let off, maybe just the valve seals are bad?
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Sounds good.
Appears to smoke on hard acceleration and after you let off, maybe just the valve seals are bad?
I had them changed before I put the heads on, I am using it as an excuse to get a new short block so it's not bothering me too much right now.

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Oh and thanks. I love the 10s on the 5.0,
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I had them changed before I put the heads on, I am using it as an excuse to get a new short block so it's not bothering me too much right now.

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Oh and thanks. I love the 10s on the 5.0,
I'm leaning toward the Dynomax Ultra Flows a little more each time I research mufflers and their flow rates.
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I'm leaning toward the Dynomax Ultra Flows a little more each time I research mufflers and their flow rates.
I heard a set of dynomax along time ago. I don't know what series they were but they sounded good.
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