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Old 07-13-2011, 11:01 AM   #1
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Magnaflow vs Borla vs SLP Loudmouth vs Flowmasters vs Pypes

Let me start by saying that I probably don't know what I'm talkin about but what do you prefer? I've been listening to exhaust videos (I'm bored) videos on YouTube and I like Loudmouth exhaust for some reason, and Borla definitely. Magnaflow and Flowmasters just seem soooo common though. Idk much about Pypes though ! But what is a good setup that you could recommend to a soon-to-be Mustang owner ? Something LOUD but not ridiculous...well actually more on the ridiculous side as oppose to the average side lol.
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I have a pypes o/r xpipe with magnaflow magnapacks. Mine is LOUDDDD. Its kinda ridiculously loud when i step on it and go. Love it.
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Mine just has the stock exhaust on it the only way I will get a new exshaust is if somepone donates one, It is strang to me when I bought this car it had a supercharger ,eibach rear springs,upgraded fuel system and a lot of other stuff but who ever had it and put all those things on it kept the stock exshaust I don't understand why all those mods and stock exshaust.
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Mine just has the stock exhaust on it the only way I will get a new exshaust is if somepone donates one, It is strang to me when I bought this car it had a supercharger ,eibach rear springs,upgraded fuel system and a lot of other stuff but who ever had it and put all those things on it kept the stock exshaust I don't understand why all those mods and stock exshaust.
Lol that is pretty weird. Most ppl do exhaust first. Ill donate a dollar for your exhaust lol. Jk.
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cool thats one only 399 more to go .
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Let me start by saying that I probably don't know what I'm talkin about but what do you prefer? I've been listening to exhaust videos (I'm bored) videos on YouTube and I like Loudmouth exhaust for some reason, and Borla definitely. Magnaflow and Flowmasters just seem soooo common though. Idk much about Pypes though ! But what is a good setup that you could recommend to a soon-to-be Mustang owner ? Something LOUD but not ridiculous...well actually more on the ridiculous side as oppose to the average side lol.
I've had slp loudmouths on my 2010 gt for over 6 months now and love them! I drive about a 140 mile round trip drive everytime I commute back and forth to school and still enjoy them everytime I hear them. They are pretty loud but not annoyingly loud I was looking into making it louder by changing the rest of the exhaust???
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I have magnaflow off road x pipes and magnaflow magnapacks and it sounds like a NASCAR.
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Hi got corsa extremes on my 05 GT, not to loud when taking it easy but roar when u open it up! Also no drone compared to the slp loudmouths and boomtubes that I've tried before. Costs bit more but worth it. Also the finish is excellent not like the boomtubes dull cheap steel.
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I have a pypes o/r xpipe with magnaflow magnapacks. Mine is LOUDDDD. Its kinda ridiculously loud when i step on it and go. Love it.
It sounds sick tho you can hear him from a mile away lol
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It sounds sick tho you can hear him from a mile away lol
Heck yes miles away lol. I love my exhaust and big 4 inch tips. Lol
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Does an H or X pipe change the sound of the exhaust a great deal or not so much
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Does an H or X pipe change the sound of the exhaust a great deal or not so much
After doing research

H Pipes are soooooooo much better the sound is deeper vs. X pipes raspy sound.
When i start my exhaust the first thing im doing is getting h pipes.
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Does an H or X pipe change the sound of the exhaust a great deal or not so much
H pipe baby! Lol
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After doing research

H Pipes are soooooooo much better the sound is deeper vs. X pipes raspy sound.
When i start my exhaust the first thing im doing is getting h pipes.
I have a H pipe and it's raspy to me I'll be switching to the X pipe soon
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Re: Magnaflow vs Borla vs SLP Loudmouth vs Flowmasters vs Pypes

My favorite, straight through style, sounding exhaust is Bassani

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My favorite, straight through style, sounding exhaust is Bassani

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I have bassani axle backs now I need the X lol
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I have bassani axle backs now I need the X lol
Well get the X lol
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If u got a v6 and are only lookig to put one muffler on, don't put a flownaster on. You need dual flownaster that sounds sick. The one I have now isn't really that deep. It sounds good at like 1500 Rpms but they all sound good
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I have bassani axle backs now I need the X lol
Definitely! Bassani catback + X sounds superb. Good choice!!!

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I have a H pipe and it's raspy to me I'll be switching to the X pipe soon
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Definitely! Bassani catback + X sounds superb. Good choice!!!

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Thanks man Im hoping it give that deep sound I've been looking for but can't seem to get
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Thanks man Im hoping it give that deep sound I've been looking for but can't seem to get
If your looking for a deep sound Borla is the only way to get it on a SN197. Your Bassani's make more of a sport car sound than a deep sound and adding in a X-pipe is going to amp that sound up and add in rasp. Its very tricky to get a deep sound on a SN197 you have to combine several diffrant parts to get it. I run a X-pipe with high flow cats and Borla stingers and it makes a nice deep sound. You could also run resanators instead of cats to get the same effect.

Click on this link and watch the video and you can hear the diffrance. My car pretty muchs sound like his at the end. http://mustangforums.com/forum/2005-...-w-pics-3.html
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I got pipes long tube headers connected to QuickTime cutouts then to x pipe then to flowmaster NASCAR mufflers. Mufflers mounted almost directly under front seats.

Open headers. Awesome. Even with cutouts closed it's very loud.
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I got pipes long tube headers connected to QuickTime cutouts then to x pipe then to flowmaster NASCAR mufflers. Mufflers mounted almost directly under front seats.

Open headers. Awesome. Even with cutouts closed it's very loud.
This is on a 8 cyl 2010 mustang.
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If your looking for a deep sound Borla is the only way to get it on a SN197. Your Bassani's make more of a sport car sound than a deep sound and adding in a X-pipe is going to amp that sound up and add in rasp. Its very tricky to get a deep sound on a SN197 you have to combine several diffrant parts to get it. I run a X-pipe with high flow cats and Borla stingers and it makes a nice deep sound. You could also run resanators instead of cats to get the same effect.

Click on this link and watch the video and you can hear the diffrance. My car pretty muchs sound like his at the end. http://mustangforums.com/forum/2005-...-w-pics-3.html
Ah I see... Alright well I don't have Cats I had them cut out .. Is that going to make a diff??
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Ah I see... Alright well I don't have Cats I had them cut out .. Is that going to make a diff??
Cats and no cats makes a big difference. Mine are cut out too.
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Well i mean i got a catless x pipe.
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I had flowmasters on a 90 gt, magna flow on a 95 gt, bassani on a 2000 gt, and borla on 2011 gt. Borla is best by a long shot. When I step on it it sounds like God Yelling!!
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Ah I see... Alright well I don't have Cats I had them cut out .. Is that going to make a diff??
Yes it will. Without cats or resonators on a X-pipe your going to get a lot of rasp
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Yes it will. Without cats or resonators on a X-pipe your going to get a lot of rasp
I love rasp lol
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Ok guys lol. I got one of my parts-to-get down...an H Pipe, now i either want Borla or SLP's ? What yall think ?
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I had flowmasters on a 90 gt, magna flow on a 95 gt, bassani on a 2000 gt, and borla on 2011 gt. Borla is best by a long shot. When I step on it it sounds like God Yelling!!
I have stock exsaust on my car when I step on it sounds like god is wispering
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I have stock exsaust on my car when I step on it sounds like god is wispering
BHAHAHAHA.... that made my day .. You're funny
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I have stock exsaust on my car when I step on it sounds like god is wispering
When i step on mine it sounds like god yelling lmao.
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I have a H pipe and it's raspy to me I'll be switching to the X pipe soon
x-pipe is a lot more raspy THAN AN H
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