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Old 05-31-2012, 02:55 AM   #1
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Mufflers for turbos

I'm installing twin turbos on my 96 stang and was wondering what would be the best soundin mufflers to put on it, but I don't want to restrict the turbos by puttin the regular chambered type on it... Help?
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I'm installing twin turbos on my 96 stang and was wondering what would be the best soundin mufflers to put on it, but I don't want to restrict the turbos by puttin the regular chambered type on it... Help?
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I'm installing twin turbos on my 96 stang and was wondering what would be the best soundin mufflers to put on it, but I don't want to restrict the turbos by puttin the regular chambered type on it... Help?
I like borlas or bassani. I had borlas on my single turbo 2v dont forget that the turbos also quiet it down a little bit, I don't really hear the exhaust as much as the turbo spooling
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Re: Mufflers for turbos

borla stingers...what twin setup are you going with?
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borla stingers...what twin setup are you going with?
I didn't have a twin I had a single gt42r but it split back in to dual mufflers. My old 2v set up went from 4'' turbo back to 2 1/2.
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borla stingers...what twin setup are you going with?
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I cant speak from personal experience but any straight through type muffler should work pretty well.
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I didn't have a twin I had a single gt42r but it split back in to dual mufflers. My old 2v set up went from 4'' turbo back to 2 1/2.
not you lol

did you have a gt4202r? the midframe 76mm or the small gt42? what power did you make?
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not you lol

did you have a gt4202r? the midframe 76mm or the small gt42? what power did you make?
Lol my bad

Yeah it was the gt4202rs I wanted to have a turbo capable of 1000hp. It made mid 800 with a very conservative tune since it was my daily for a while.
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Got everything installed on the front of the car finally, after having to cut and cut to get them to fit
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Looks good. Hows the fit and finish on that kit?
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Looks good. Hows the fit and finish on that kit?
Had to do some surgery in a few places but it a kit made for 96 to 04 stangs so it wasn't to difficult... Since I got everything set and tightened up now it looks awesome, just can't wait to start it up
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How much it cost and where did you get it
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Had to do some surgery in a few places but it a kit made for 96 to 04 stangs so it wasn't to difficult... Since I got everything set and tightened up now it looks awesome, just can't wait to start it up
Looks like its going good so far, can't wait to buy my gt500 and do a set if 76s I have been saving up for a year and a half now just to buy the car and a hellion twin kit
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