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Old 02-20-2013, 04:40 AM   #1
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Everything I ordered from American Muscle just came in!! I'm so excited and I just can't hide it!! XD

So hopefully by the end of this weekend it will all be installed. Here's the setup:

BBK LT Headers, BBK Shorty O/R H Mid pipe, SLP LoudMouth1's, and SR CAI.

When I bought the car is just had some flows on it, and that's what I've had in there for so long. Stock everything else.

I do believe this will be a tiny bit of an upgrade First thing out of the shop I'm taking her for a spin and will record

Any of you ever had this/similar setups? Any feedback/experience/personal opinions would be great! Thanks guys.
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Everything I ordered from American Muscle just came in!! I'm so excited and I just can't hide it!! XD

So hopefully by the end of this weekend it will all be installed. Here's the setup:

BBK LT Headers, BBK Shorty O/R H Mid pipe, SLP LoudMouth1's, and SR CAI.

When I bought the car is just had some flows on it, and that's what I've had in there for so long. Stock everything else.

I do believe this will be a tiny bit of an upgrade First thing out of the shop I'm taking her for a spin and will record

Any of you ever had this/similar setups? Any feedback/experience/personal opinions would be great! Thanks guys.
It should seem like a new car! I'm excited to hear it
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Old 02-20-2013, 05:03 AM   #3
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If you don't have the bama tuner go ahead and get it and you won't think you are driving the same car.
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Old 02-20-2013, 07:34 AM   #4
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your car wont be loud at all lol
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your car wont be loud at all lol
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Good stuff! The new exhaust is going to blow away the old flows you had installed before. I'm sure you'll love the new more aggressive exhaust note, too.

My only suggestion is getting a Bama custom tuner! A Bama custom tune will prevent a CEL light from not having catalytic converts, plus you'll pick up a lot more HP/TQ with the exhaust upgrade.

Let me know if you have any questions about our Bama custom tunes!

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Using 18 mm nonfoulers on the rear o2 sensors will keep the check engine light off too
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Old 02-20-2013, 11:03 AM   #9
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Good Luck! I have BBK LT headers and BBK O/R X Pipe with a Mac Cat back! You'll love it. I'm sure!
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Old 02-20-2013, 11:09 AM   #10
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Your car will be really really really loud and IMO you need a tuner I put an o/r x pipe on mine an I lost low end torque an the tuner will be a night and day difference with your mods
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It should seem like a new car! I'm excited to hear it
Haha me too! XD

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If you don't have the bama tuner go ahead and get it and you won't think you are driving the same car.
Yeah for sure

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your car wont be loud at all lol
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Good Luck! I have BBK LT headers and BBK O/R X Pipe with a Mac Cat back! You'll love it. I'm sure!
Nice setup! I would've gotten the X pipe but they're just way too raspy in lm1s for my taste but it sounds mean with the Mac Cat-Back!

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Your car will be really really really loud and IMO you need a tuner I put an o/r x pipe on mine an I lost low end torque an the tuner will be a night and day difference with your mods
I hope so! and yeah for sure I need to go pick one up. Do you know if I can get a shop to tune it for me? Or would it be better to just get my own
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Congrats man! Welcome to the , My mustang sounds badass club! Lol!!
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Congrats man! Welcome to the , My mustang sounds badass club! Lol!!
Hahah thanks bro!!
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Old 02-26-2013, 12:52 AM   #14
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Alright fellas here's the finished product! Couldn't be happier with it!!!
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Alright fellas here's the finished product! Couldn't be happier with it!!!
Love the sound when you took off. No way I could get away with that where I live. Nice job!
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Anything quieter than lm1 doesn't sound right IMO
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:08 AM   #17
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Love the sound when you took off. No way I could get away with that where I live. Nice job!
Haha thanks man! Yeah I was a little scared because an SUV Cop passed right before I pulled out.. I'll see how long I can get away with it lol
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Haha thanks man! Yeah I was a little scared because an SUV Cop passed right before I pulled out.. I'll see how long I can get away with it lol
We have them over here .. Never noise complaints

People over exaggerate slp ..
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:13 AM   #19
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We have them over here .. Never noise complaints

People over exaggerate slp ..
Only reason I'm worried is because my neighbors call the cops about anything and everything. ESPECIALLY noise complaints. They're my only neighbors too :/
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Just don't gun it near you're house
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Old 02-26-2013, 01:15 AM   #21
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Just don't gun it near you're house
I don't ever give them a reason to. I always throw it into neutral when I pass their house. So hopefully it'll be all good
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Lol of just shift at low rmps
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True but from their house to mine is straight downhill so it's normal to me to put in neutral.

Btw looked at ur pics and that 99 stang looks sick man! I've been wanting something very similar to the way your paint job is done
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The black 99? Or red one?
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The black 99? Or red one?
Red one. Freaking Sick
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Oh thanks it was my first stang 99 v6. Long gone now but I had fun with it
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My first stang was a V6 too :p 03. I went all out on it too but didn't look as nice as yours haha
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Haha thnks it was nice but not enought power for me
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Haha thnks it was nice but not enought power for me
Yeah haha I agree. Now I really want a 4V but this GT I have now is my daily driver. I drive it to college everyday which is an hour away so the gas would kill me more than it is already lol
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Yea I loved my old gt but it was auto and sort of boring. Now with my 4v It's a diff animal
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