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Old 08-01-2013, 08:02 PM   #36
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Relax bud...that's the 1st time u mentioned turbo...ur jumpin around on me....so ur for single exhaust with a turbo...that's great...I never heard of anybody running that...so me personally will stick with duals...and I like seeing 2pipes out back on my 5.0...

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So single is better with my whipple on my terminator??? Is that the same concept or no??
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I never mentioned a turbo, That has more to do with ease of fabrication, back pressure is more of an issue with turbos than with a SC, as the backpressure and heat spools the turbo, whereas a super charger is run from a crank driven pulley. I have and like duals too, they are more convenient for a number of reasons and are easier to work with. I was just saying that a single exhaust path can be made to perform as well as a dual one. The largest issue with a single exhaust is that very few people can mandrel bend 3in or larger tubing (especially small exhaust shops) and you would have to run a race muffler. If you wanted to dump a 3in+ exhaust behind the axle, good luck doing that with small radius bends! ground clearance also becomes an issue with large diameter tubing.
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Old 08-01-2013, 08:17 PM   #38
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Right its just too much work and pain....just like making a 4cyl fast...u can do it but y....I get wat ur saying now completely...
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Yeah, i was just being devils advocate. As far as the 4 cyl comment, I know a few straight 4 turbo stangs that would walk the 2013 coyote
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Yeah those things can move...turbos are badass....I like my whipple and my na 5.0 but maybe some day I'd learn enough and build 1but I doubt it....
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Yeah those things can move...turbos are badass....I like my whipple and my na 5.0 but maybe some day I'd learn enough and build 1but I doubt it....
Yeah, turbos require a lot of fabrication, tuning and patience
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Yes it needs to be about three inches all the way through and you really feel the power gain
Hahahahahaha!
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Yes it needs to be about three inches all the way through and you really feel the power gain
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I'm sorry no one agrees ):
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I'm sorry no one agrees ):
These aren't v6's. they are odd firing engines ad if you believe otherwise your either an idiot or a troll.

I'll go with idiot
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Camaro's ran single exhaust forever, single inlet muffler, dual outlet..
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Camaro's ran single exhaust forever, single inlet muffler, dual outlet..
That's y they are called slowmaros.
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That's y they are called slowmaros.
And FORD stands for Fix or Replace Daily... We're on a mustang site of course you don't like camaros (though I do )
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Lol my buddy at work drives one of the ugly catfish camaro sixxers...put a dual outlet catback on trying to make it look like a v8 and the muffler hangs down so far you can see the whole thing under the bumper, his car I guess

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That's y they are called slowmaros.
+1 so true
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Old 08-02-2013, 01:02 PM   #50
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Lol my buddy at work drives one of the ugly catfish camaro sixxers...put a dual outlet catback on trying to make it look like a v8 and the muffler hangs down so far you can see the whole thing under the bumper, his car I guess[COLOR="Silver"]

+1 so true
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And FORD stands for Fix or Replace Daily... We're on a mustang site of course you don't like camaros (though I do )
Lol. I like the old ones. I have a reason for hating the new ones tho. I live in a town with a population of 10,000. All I see around here are goddamn camaros!! All 6ers too! With 24" rims, Lamborghini doors and all owned by Natives because they can buy them tax free here. I personally think its a gang thing but I would rather them be in their ****ty 6's while I blow their Lamborghini doors off as I roll by in my beastly stroker.
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Lol. I like the old ones. I have a reason for hating the new ones tho. I live in a town with a population of 10,000. All I see around here are goddamn camaros!! All 6ers too! With 24" rims, Lamborghini doors and all owned by Natives because they can buy them tax free here. I personally think its a gang thing but I would rather them be in their ****ty 6's while I blow their Lamborghini doors off as I roll by in my beastly stroker.
I know what you mean, before my stang I had a 328i. Nicknamed the Camaro Killer
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Lol my buddy at work drives one of the ugly catfish camaro sixxers...put a dual outlet catback on trying to make it look like a v8 and the muffler hangs down so far you can see the whole thing under the bumper, his car I guess

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+1 so true
F bodies, Trans Ams included are fast, period. And the LSx's are fast too.. Sure their Chevys, whatever, better have your **** together when you line up with one, especially a modded and tuned one..

Ya, I'm a Ford fan boy, but I'm not ignorant or arrogant, I'm a realist.

I'm speaking solely of the V8 cars of course, I don't use fast and American 6's in the same sentence.. I also have a liter bike.. Sooo I rarely use fast and car in the same sentence either.
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I have bbk x pipe no cats and flow master super 40's. if you don't want it to loud then get a catted mid pipe. I have to bribe every time I get it inspected. Not fun but worth the sound, and looks you get from the females lol
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Do a single high flow conversion, so much more power when it's all packed and flowing more smooth through one long straight tube than being in even in two tubes
Can your post a video up on here of your single exhaust on your V8? I would like to hear the sound of it.
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Old 09-01-2013, 05:46 PM   #57
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Single pipe would have to be the biggest waste of time and money I could possibly think of unless you're running a turbo and even that's rare to see. I have bbk long tubes o/r x pipe and spintech 9000s dumped. Loudest setup I've ever owned and doesn't sound sloppy and crackly like a glass pack.
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