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Old 03-15-2012, 09:18 PM   #1
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Exhaust Set-up

What do you guys think of this exhaust set up i've been thinking about getting for when i get my mustang? JBA shorties, MAC Pro Chamber H-Pipe, and Pype Bomb axle backs? Think it'll sound nice?
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From what I've heard, that should make a pretty wicked sound for ya
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Old 03-15-2012, 10:06 PM   #3
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Yea, the shorties should deepen it a bit, the pro chamber h pipe should give it the old school muscle car sound and the pype bombs, well we all know what those will do l
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Old 03-16-2012, 02:02 AM   #4
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I have JBA shortys and an x pipe but I think with the headers and the echo tubes that'll sound pretty good my man!
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Old 03-16-2012, 02:25 PM   #5
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When are u getting your car again?

Are those wrestling shoes in your avatar? Jw I wrestled for 14 years since I was 4yrs old until 12th grade.
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Old 03-16-2012, 02:39 PM   #6
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Im planning on getting JBA shorties, a MAC prochamber h-pile and pype bomb axle backs... And yea those are wrestling shoes, I've only wrestled for a few years though, I didn't do it as long as you though lol, only like 3 years
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Old 03-16-2012, 06:12 PM   #7
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How old are you?stick with it,it's a great sport,tought me alot mentally about life and made me a better worker,for real.
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Old 03-16-2012, 06:14 PM   #8
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Yea I love it, I'm only 17 and have 1 more year left of high school left so I'm gonna go all out next year
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Old 03-16-2012, 10:41 PM   #9
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17 with a mustang!is it going to be your first car?when I graduated I started working full time right away to buy my car.it didnt take me very long but i got it for a amazing deal otherwise it would of been alot longer.your shooting for a 05 4.0 right?
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Old 03-17-2012, 12:35 AM   #10
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Yea, ive actually loved mustangs for a while and I started saving up a while ago to try to be able to afford one soon... Right now I drive a truck but it is technically my parents because they bought it, i want a car of my own and I love mustangs so I thought I would start with a v6 one for now cause of insurance and gas... At least I'm not like those 16 year olds whose parents give them like a brand new camaro or mustang when they get their license.

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Oh and even though the truck isnt technically mine I still put so much care into it, much more than my friends put into theirs
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Old 03-17-2012, 12:57 AM   #11
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What's wrong with your parents buying you a mustang at 16? I got one, and damn well respect and take care of it. Got a job to pay for all mods and I wash once a week and detail twice a month. Im very bitter about people who make these outlandish comments.
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What's wrong with your parents buying you a mustang at 16? I got one, and damn well respect and take care of it. Got a job to pay for all mods and I wash once a week and detail twice a month. Im very bitter about people who make these outlandish comments.
When did I make a outlandish comment?I wasn't saying Anything mean at all, more or less saying damn lucky your getting a mustang when your 17, I got mine when i was 18 so i would diffidently not say a degrading comment about someone doing the same thing, don't blow up on someone when you have no idea what your talking about,cool yourself little boy.
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When did I make a outlandish comment?I wasn't saying Anything mean at all, more or less saying damn lucky your getting a mustang when your 17, I got mine when i was 18 so i would diffidently not say a degrading comment about someone doing the same thing, don't blow up on someone when you have no idea what your talking about,cool yourself little boy.
I wasn't talking to you man. I was talking about soccer making the comment saying, "at least im not one of those 16 year olds that...etc" and im no little boy. I know what im talking about, and it wasn't directed at you
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I don't think he was saying that either.everyone and there parents Are different.I kno my parents would of dAmn never put me in a mustang at 16, I would of killed myself.
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I got a v6 lol. Not too fast so my parents were fine. I just get very pissed when people call me spoiled or anything near it. I know cars and love all mustangs. Just really makes me mad
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Your parents buy you what you Want,if your a good kid then that's nothing to be ashamed of. Mine did it to all thru school. And o respect everything I now buy myself,it's all good man.
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Your parents buy you what you Want,if your a good kid then that's nothing to be ashamed of
Thank ya. I work when I must, but when its not needed why fret about it? Im trying to get a roush or GT soon because im 18 now and leaving for college so im ready for a real mans car! I love my car but its just not cutting it on the streets lol
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Old 03-17-2012, 01:55 AM   #18
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Haha ya that's why I have my 335i. It's pretty damn quick.twin turbo 6. But not as fast as the 5.0 hoping to get that And trade in my 4.0 for that so i can use it for my daily driver.
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Old 03-17-2012, 01:59 AM   #19
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Nicee. Those 5.0s are killer. Just too expensive for me and plus sadly insurance goes alot on male young drivers and how new a car is more than hp and tq numbers/: otherwise id love a 11 5.0 grabber blue
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Yes insurance isn't cheap.I'm on my dads insurance so it's very cheap for me
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Haha same... but they wont pay for a 5.0 but I wish
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Beau Yea I get what you mean about what I said... I don't like the people that are given cars and don't give a crap about it, I respect that you take really good care of it and pay for the stuff yourself. So you are the exception to my statement.
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Soccerluver u make no sense and an offensive statement, I was given my car too and I take great care of it and am paying for all repairs and mods that I do. Just because it didn't happen to you doesn't mean it's not right, u make assumptions about things u don't know
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I'm talking about the type of people who expect to get a car from their parents then when they do just show it off and don't know crap about the car besides "it's fast"... Since you guys take car of your car and do the repairs on it and do the mods on it you guys aren't the "type" I was talkin about.

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Everyone on this forum love their cars and take very good care of them, given to them or not, so that statement was not directed toward anyone on ME.
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Old 04-24-2012, 11:33 AM   #25
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All that's true and all but I think you really get an appreciation for your car when you've worked you're *** off just to pay the note yet alone even thinking about mods I wish I didn't have to pay a note I'd be modded out! IMO
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True true I agree with all of you guys on this one actually LOL. I wasn't given mine so I can't speak for those who were but I love mine anyways and I'm sure you guys do too. Mustang love!
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I worked hard through high school and college to get my 06' and begin modifying it. It's slightly annoying to see people handed the same car for nothing by their parents but I can't say that I would reject a free car so I can't really blame that type of person.
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I worked hard through high school and college to get my 06' and begin modifying it. It's slightly annoying to see people handed the same car for nothing by their parents but I can't say that I would reject a free car so I can't really blame that type of person.
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I just finished paying off my loan for my 06 4.0. Would have loved to of gotten it for free though lol.
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Old 05-10-2012, 08:55 AM   #31
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I'm still paying for my 05 haha I just use the extra money on top of what I need for payments to get mods.
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