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Old 02-13-2013, 08:56 AM   #1
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Most aggresive exhuast combo?

I have a generic x-pipe with a resonator with no cats and flow master 40's with stock headers!


It just sounds loud to me. Ima post a vid of the sound later. I want it to be more aggressive sounding. What's the best combo for me to go with to make it aggressive and not just plain loud.
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Honestly, if you want that deeper mean sound swap to a offroad H pipe. The X is a little raspy and is maybe a little louder, but for that deep bellow that pisses off your neighbours and howls on the road, get the offroad H. I'm a huge fan of the jba ss o/r H with a flowmaster original or super 40/44. Very good quality and very good fitment with better than stock ground clearance.
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Love the rumble my borla stingers give in combination with my o/r x
The 3 chamber mufflers are a bit more restrictive but it sounds just delightful
I must say I've always been curious how they would sound with an o/r h though
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Love the rumble my borla stingers give in combination with my o/r x
The 3 chamber mufflers are a bit more restrictive but it sounds just delightful
I must say I've always been curious how they would sound with an o/r h though
I agree about the stingers. I've never been a fan of flow master Becuase I live in Alabama where flow masters are put on everything. So I was thinking about some stinger exhaust. My main complaint is my x pipe. Sine it's all rusty looking under the chassis and bumps up agianst the underside making rattling noises. It's been very irritating.. I mean it doesn't sound bad atall.. I've gotten many compliments (and even more complaints) about it. It's just the no brand name exhaust that I bought the car with is just not right for the car.

Now that's out and y'all have given me ideas for main pipes. How about headers?
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MAc ProChamber/no Cats/MagnaPacks

No drone, no popping at all speeds and deceleration.
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I've been looking at a video on YouTube. One of the best sounds I've heard and most aggressive is Mac o/r prochamber with borlas. Any of the o/r prochamber combos are the best to me.
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I hope I sent this right. Actually this is the best 99-04 mustang I've ever heard.
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Sounds a lot like mine.
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Try searching on YouTube for an off road H pipe with Magnaflow Magnapacks. That should get you what your looking for.
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I'm running stock manifolds, Mac Prochamber and no mufflers right now. It sounds nasty aggressive and everyone gives me nothing but compliments. Nobody likes to play with me anymore though
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I'm running stock manifolds, Mac Prochamber and no mufflers right now. It sounds nasty aggressive and everyone gives me nothing but compliments. Nobody likes to play with me anymore though
Yeah, I bet that does sound mean!
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Yeah, I bet that does sound mean!
Yeah I was really skeptical about the whole no mufflers thing but it sounds great so I'm happy
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Yeah I was really skeptical about the whole no mufflers thing but it sounds great so I'm happy
Does your exhaust build have cats?

And I just made my vid. Ima put it up in a bit!
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Yeah I was really skeptical about the whole no mufflers thing but it sounds great so I'm happy
Me2....i now LOVE my muffler delete....StraightPipeRocks!! And im still catted
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Does your exhaust build have cats?

And I just made my vid. Ima put it up in a bit!
No it's an offroad H pipe

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Me2....i now LOVE my muffler delete....StraightPipeRocks!! And im still catted
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