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Old 06-29-2012, 08:24 PM   #1
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which exhaust set up?? 01' gt

A) long tube headers, off road h pipe, flowmaster 44s

B) long tube headers, off road x pipe, magnapacks
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A) long tube headers, off road h pipe, flowmaster 44s

B) long tube headers, off road x pipe, magnapacks
Magnapacks! I love the way those sound, and everyone has 44s
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Magnapacks! I love the way those sound, and everyone has 44s
No everyone has 40s, well atleast in my area. I love how deep they are but I can't find a good video of LT orx and mp
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A..... IMO, for a throatier deep rumble.
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Magnapacks! I love the way those sound, and everyone has 44s
No everyone has 40s, well atleast in my area. I love how deep they are but I can't find a good video of LT orx and mp
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I rather Borla or Magnaflow if not them then Pypes. Also think a X-pipe sounds better than a H-pipe just my opinion.
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I have A!

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But with x pipe
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No everyone has 40s, well atleast in my area. I love how deep they are but I can't find a good video of LT orx and mp
That's all people down here have lol
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B I love my O/R X-pipe and I got stock headers with flows and it sounds good to me.
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Everyone has flow master around where I live
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I haven't heard one like mine yet. At least in my area
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Ford Mustang V8 + Flowmasters = Beautiful Music. Lol!
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Ford Mustang V8 + Flowmasters = Beautiful Music. Lol!
I def get comments every where I go along with people breaking their necks to look lol. Although when I get my new 13' I want get a o/r x just a little loud for me.
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I love my O/R X-Pipe I turn heads everywhere I go and many think it's just too loud I like too loud though plus it makes it sound like race car
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Go with slp lm1
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I should have probably stated that I want a loud deep true muscle tone.
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Don't you have a v6?
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Don't get Flowmasters. Way too many Mustangs have them. Not that they sound terrible. But it's so overdone and there are better sounds. I'd say Borla stingers or the Magnapacks, but If you want the deeper sound get the h pipe
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Don't you have a v6?
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Don't get Flowmasters. Way too many Mustangs have them. Not that they sound terrible. But it's so overdone and there are better sounds. I'd say Borla stingers or the Magnapacks, but If you want the deeper sound get the h pipe
But I don't think I like MP with orh
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You might like the standard Magnaflows instead then. It's up to you lol. I personally prefer Borlas over the Magnapacks.
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Old 06-30-2012, 12:45 AM   #22
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You might like the standard Magnaflows instead then. It's up to you lol. I personally prefer Borlas over the Magnapacks.
Well my over all is to kinda stay close to $1000 for the entire exhaust. That includes locking bolts and gaskets, ect.
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Don't get Flowmasters. Way too many Mustangs have them. Not that they sound terrible. But it's so overdone and there are better sounds. I'd say Borla stingers or the Magnapacks, but If you want the deeper sound get the h pipe
+1 also flow master won't last long they have major rust issues.
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I have the slp loudmouth 1 and they are amazing sound!! After watching videos they seemed way to raspy but when I got them they were a really deep tone I just have the catback system but they are amazing they are a good tone while driving. But when you wanna get loud you can there great!!
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+1 also flow master won't last long they have major rust issues.
I live in TX so it doesn't rain a lot or that often. Would it still have a rust problem? Or only if it gets wet a lot?

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I have the slp loudmouth 1 and they are amazing sound!! After watching videos they seemed way to raspy but when I got them they were a really deep tone I just have the catback system but they are amazing they are a good tone while driving. But when you wanna get loud you can there great!!
Well I'm going to use LT headers and or pipe which makes the slp too loud love the sound though.
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I live in TX so it doesn't rain a lot or that often. Would it still have a rust problem? Or only if it gets wet a lot?

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Well I'm going to use LT headers and or pipe which makes the slp too loud love the sound though.
I live in Louisiana and a lot of people have to replace them here and it seems like there never even one always sags more than then other.
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I dont know man my car has had flows since it was bought and that was almost 13 years ago and there's no problem with them
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I dont know man my car has had flows since it was bought and that was almost 13 years ago and there's no problem with them
It is probably just how well you take care of your car.[COLOR="Silver"]
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I dont know man my car has had flows since it was bought and that was almost 13 years ago and there's no problem with them
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