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Old 09-04-2012, 06:15 PM   #1
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I'm looking for a loud cutback exhaust for 90 gt.. I've got bbk h pipe with bbk intake. Motor and headers are stock.. I like the deep sound like boat in water.. will flowmasters give me sound I'm looking for. Also any suggesrions on site to order. I've used American muscle and summit racing so far.
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I'm looking for a loud cutback exhaust for 90 gt.. I've got bbk h pipe with bbk intake. Motor and headers are stock.. I like the deep sound like boat in water.. will flowmasters give me sound I'm looking for. Also any suggesrions on site to order. I've used American muscle and summit racing so far.
if you want loud go withna single chamber muffler. i use 10 series flowmasters and i love the sound. but get on you tube and see what you can find.
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if you want loud go withna single chamber muffler. i use 10 series flowmasters and i love the sound. but get on you tube and see what you can find.
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I don't know difference between single chamber or double. My friends said they run double chamber .. guess I need to hear then both
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I don't know difference between single chamber or double. My friends said they run double chamber .. guess I need to hear then both
yeah most guys run 2 chambers. the less chambers the less restriction. go to flowmasters website and it will show there mufflers in order from sissy to aggressive. and it will also show what the chambers look like to give you an idea of the differences.
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yeah most guys run 2 chambers. the less chambers the less restriction. go to flowmasters website and it will show there mufflers in order from sissy to aggressive. and it will also show what the chambers look like to give you an idea of the differences.
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thanx. i learned about the heavenly sounds the 10s make from slowstang. and now grasshopper it is my time to pass this sacred imformation down to you. lol jk
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thanx. i learned about the heavenly sounds the 10s make from slowstang. and now grasshopper it is my time to pass this sacred imformation down to you. lol jk
Was it mine that got you hooked? I'll take it.
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Can either of you guys recommend a part number or link to a catback that'll fit my 90 convertible gt that's got bbk h pipe. Stock headers and motor
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Idk man. I just pieced mine in and dumped it before the axle.
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I've found few on American muscle and summit but dint wanna buy the wrong one.. also eBay has good deals .
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I've found few on American muscle and summit but dint wanna buy the wrong one.. also eBay has good deals .
im not sure that i have seen a full 10 series system. you might just want to get the mufflers and piece them in or have a muffler shop just weld them in where the go.
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Here's the parts to piece it together:

Flow tubes: http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/...ube-Flange-Kit

Mufflers:http://m.summitracing.com/parts/FLO-842518

And then a set of 2 1/2" turndowns, or have an exhaust shop run the pipes out the back.

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Here's the parts to piece it together:

Flow tubes: http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/...ube-Flange-Kit

Mufflers:http://m.summitracing.com/parts/FLO-842518

And then a set of 2 1/2" turndowns, or have an exhaust shop run the pipes out the back.
The first two links are the start, if you don't want turndowns before the axle you'll also need this,http://www.latemodelrestoration.com/...ized-Tailpipes. You will have to get a shop to run some pipe in between that and the 10s because they are a little shorter.
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Re: need loud catback

Late to the party here and my buddies here may shoot me, but I have been researching mufflers for a while to use on my 86 GT. I will be running a Paxton Novi 2000 on the engine, so I was looking for the best flow rates I could find and so far the Dynomax Ultra-Flow mufflers are the best I can find. They also are loud and sound pretty decent. Look them up on You Tube. There is a Fox Body Mustang that has them and it sounds pretty good to me.
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Re: need loud catback

Dentman,

Take these Flowmaster 10 series to a muffler shop and have them welded in. They'll definitely be loud enough! I had them with an x-pipe on my h/c '95 GT and absolutely loved them. It sounds like this is exactly what you're looking for to me!
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