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Old 06-28-2015, 10:10 AM   #1
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Best exhaust setup for cheap

I got a 94 mustang GT 5.0 and was planning on getting magnaflows but my stock mufflers started to fall apart and I went online and ordered two Flowtech Red Hotz (a cheaper glasspack) 2.5" inlet and outlet, only paid a little over $20 a muffler and installed them myself to the stock exhaust, with a cat delete on the stock pipes. I've had them for awhile now and LOVE them. My friend has a badass setup on his car with flowmasters and everyone including him say mine sounds better! Not loud inside no drone, but when you get over 3000rpm it BARKS, not raspy and no backfire just a nice deep tone, almost sounds like a new 5.0 I would recommend this to anyone


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Great that it worked out for you. Sounds and tones are a subjective matter so everyone will have an opinion.

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Great that it worked out for you. Sounds and tones are a subjective matter so everyone will have an opinion.

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Thanks! I hope this helps anybody with a limited budget such as me being a student


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Yeah pretty cheap DIY setup is to get a cheap muffler and install them in place of the stockers. I like the Summit mufflers for this purpose. Actually pretty good quality muffler and is available in both chambered and straight through design.
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Yeah pretty cheap DIY setup is to get a cheap muffler and install them in place of the stockers. I like the Summit mufflers for this purpose. Actually pretty good quality muffler and is available in both chambered and straight through design.

Yes. My mufflers were a nice quality and they have a louvered core instead of just hole which is supposed to give it a deeper sound with less rasp. I installed them myself so it was really cheap only $70


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I have masters on my 96 GT they are okay they are loud when you need them to be but silent when you don't.


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I have masters on my 96 GT they are okay they are loud when you need them to be but silent when you don't.


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Under 2500 3000 mine have a nice little rumble nothing obnoxious, after 3000 they really makes some noise n a good noise at that


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