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Old 04-05-2014, 08:33 PM   #1
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I have a 1989 Mustang convertible with e303 cam and fixed up heads but I also need a new pipe comeing from the headers to the rear end and I also have flowmasters super 10s I have a h pipe but has multiple holes in it and im going to get it replaced soo what do you guys think I should do to like what should I tell the guy to install?

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If you live in a state with no emissions laws, hack out the cat's and go with any H pipe.
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get rid of the cats kyle
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Cats are crap, toss em in the trash and put a h pipe on it.

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Good cats suck up little to no power and keep the popo happy. Honestly ppl do OR pipes now for the sound and that's pretty much it. There is such a thing as too loud also especially if you live in a neighborhood. Some ppl work off shifts you know.
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In my personal opinion the push rod motors aren't all that loud without cats now if was a mod motor different story
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I don't get a lot of complaints from my neighbors about noise. But It does get a little loud around 2500 RPM inside. I've got spray in noise dampener and two layers of insulation in the back and it does little to quiet it down inside. Currently running flowmasters but considering changing out to something that is maybe a little quieter and has a better tone... I think I need to swap out the stock headers first though lol
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Do u guys think I should do a x-pipe with some flowmaster 44s or 40s?

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X or H is whatever your sound preference is. X is more raspy than an H. Ppl will try to tell you one is better than the other, its a pointless argument. If there is a power difference, its so minimal as not to be worth it.

I personally hate Flowmasters, if you've ever driven an extended time with them on the highway and an OR pipe or a pipe with high-flow cats you'll understand. The drone is so bad its not even funny.
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I personally hate Flowmasters, if you've ever driven an extended time with them on the highway and an OR pipe or a pipe with high-flow cats you'll understand. The drone is so bad its not even funny.
Im living this hell right now. It's downright deafening.
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Im living this hell right now. It's downright deafening.
Ppl on the internet always tell me I don't know what loud is if I can't deal with it. I work around operating jet engines for a living. THEY don't know what loud is. My hearing is important to me especially working in my job field, I don't need a junk sounding drone muffler making my ears ring after a 20 minute drive on the highway.
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**** that loud was fun in high school, and that's about it

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Scotty, I know your pain. I was an avionics tech on Blackhawk helicopters in the Army for 8 years.

Powerpony, Agreed. Loved the loud in highschool, cherrybombs on every car I owned. Now I just want a nice rumble.
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