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Old 09-25-2013, 09:46 AM   #1
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Loudest Exhaust For 94 5.0?

Looking to get pretty loud with my car. I love loud. Any suggestions. Off road x or h? What headers, mid pipe, and tail pipe? Thanks
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do a muffler delete & if that's not loud enough do a cat delete & still after that if its not enough get some long tube headers haha
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do a muffler delete & if that's not loud enough do a cat delete & still after that if its not enough get some long tube headers haha
i'm running directly off of the cats right now under the car with no tail pipe. how would i go about doing a cat delete on stock h pipe with cats? without tripping sensor
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if you didn't wanna fork out money for a offroad pipe and a tuner to delete engine lights then id say pull your stock pipe off and just push something through the cats to hollow them out possibly, maybe someone with a better suggestion will jump in haha my suggestions are universal haha
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if you didn't wanna fork out money for a offroad pipe and a tuner to delete engine lights then id say pull your stock pipe off and just push something through the cats to hollow them out possibly, maybe someone with a better suggestion will jump in haha my suggestions are universal haha
what are your opinions on running straight off an off road pipe? directly under the car.

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what are your opinions on running straight off an off road pipe? directly under the car.
a new o/r pipe
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not sure I have an opinion about it lol its gonna be loud AF im not sure whether or not it would hurt anything either?
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No cats, Xpipe, and dumps= hella loud
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Going to go with this most likely. http://www.americanmuscle.com/pypes-...st-cutout.html
if that's not loud enough then i must be helen keller
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those show out of stock but they would be a great way to stay semi legal
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Old 09-25-2013, 12:20 PM   #10
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You want loud then get longitudes. O/r x pipe and slp loudmouths with to tail pipes. Not even dumps. And don't worry about check engine lights being triggered after removing the cats. Doesn't happen
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Honestly I think open exhaust/straight pipes sound like **** and I'm not the only one. If you want something that is loud and sounds good get a set of headers (FRPP for shorties, MAC or BBK for longtubes), offroad pipe and a SLP loudmouth catback.
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thanks guys. i definitely looking into all of it
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Just remember that even tho it might sound good to you at first a excessively loud exhaust can become annoying after some time
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Just remember that even tho it might sound good to you at first a excessively loud exhaust can become annoying after some time
true. that's why i'm looking into electric switch cutouts so i can choose when i want to be loud. at least louder.
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And get you a ticket. And you'll have a mean sounding mustang that loses to a newer sedan...
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O/r bassani x and bassani or borla catback. Nice rumble at idle and loud roar when you step on it and start climbing rpms.
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I would recommend an off road h pipe it makes it keep the classic muscle car sound.
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Off-road x loumouths
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when I took out my stock h pipe for a mac off road h pipe I did not do I sensor swap my 95 does not have any check engine lights going off. I would say do a h pipe with desired muffler
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when I took out my stock h pipe for a mac off road h pipe I did not do I sensor swap my 95 does not have any check engine lights going off. I would say do a h pipe with desired muffler
That's weird
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That's weird
when I did emissions before they did sniffer in the exhaust so I don't thing the plug into the computer was something they used tell 96

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I also put stock one's back in the holes that were there
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Only the 4.6's trip the light after removing cats. That's why they sell the kit to fool the ecm
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Only the 4.6's trip the light after removing cats. That's why they sell the kit to fool the ecm
that's what I thought
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Didn't know u had a 5.0 lol
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oh yep I went 5.0 over the 4.6 was hard to find a good one but well worth the wait
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I love the 94-95. I actually want one one day. The tail lights are so sexy
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I love the 94-95. I actually want one one day. The tail lights are so sexy

oh me to that's why I haunted for one and I love the tails I don't see why ppl swap them out for 96s
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I swapped my lights purely cause I want the sequential lights. Lol
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I swapped my lights purely cause I want the sequential lights. Lol

I sorta get that those are cool I found some for the 94-95 tails but they look like cop lights or the robot for lost in spaces head
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Never saw them for 94-95
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Never saw them for 94-95

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I don't really like them
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If you are good with LEDs you can make a sequential for anything. I liked having the horizontals in my 95 because then everyone who knew a little about those cars knew it was a 5.0 and not a 4.6. However having finally got a car with them on... I have to say the 96-98 lights look a bazillion times better and yeah you can do the sequential kit with them.

Also a lot less work to smoke them or paint the bezels or whatever because they actually come off unlike the 94/95 lights which are just painted over.
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If you are good with LEDs you can make a sequential for anything. I'm torn on the horizontals myself. I liked having them in my 95 because then everyone who knew a little about those cars knew it was a 5.0 and not a 4.6. However having finally got a car with them on... I have to say the 96-98 lights look a bazillion times better and yeah you can do the sequential kit with them.

Also a lot less work to smoke them or paint the bezels or whatever because they actually come off unlike the 94/95 lights which are just painted over.

we started on exhaust and now were on to tails....... by the way just tinted all my rear lights look sexy I must say
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Hmmm those aren't to bad. Definitely not common. Also the fender badges are different for 5.0 and 4.6. Even when I had the stock tails on people still were surprised that it had a 5.0. Lol. Seems like most people who don't really know these cars think that the fox was the last 5.0
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Hmmm those aren't to bad. Definitely not common. Also the fender badges are different for 5.0 and 4.6. Even when I had the stock tails on people still were surprised that it had a 5.0. Lol. Seems like most people who don't really know these cars think that the fox was the last 5.0
true I put the 5.0 badges on the side if mine and replaced the ford emblem on the trunk with one of my old fender ones and people still look at me and go this is not a 5.0
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