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Old 04-11-2012, 10:28 PM   #36
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Do what feels right! Just be aware you won't gain top much
Yeah I've got around $1000 to spend this summer...I could get the pypes true duel exhaust (it sounds a little ricey on some vids) so I'd get dual American thunders, bama performance tune, and a k&n high flow drop in filter?
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Yeah I've got around $1000 to spend this summer...I could get the pypes true duel exhaust (it sounds a little ricey on some vids) so I'd get dual American thunders, bama performance tune, and a k&n high flow drop in filter?
Sounds good. I have pypes and a youtube video. Doesn't sound raspy on mine, but I do also have full exhaust
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Sounds good. I have pypes and a youtube video. Doesn't sound raspy on mine, but I do also have full exhaust
Full exhaust? Like the pypes true duel conversion right
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Full exhaust? Like the pypes true duel conversion right
Full exhaust means new intake, headers, and yes pypes dual. Plus a few others
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Full exhaust means new intake, headers, and yes pypes dual. Plus a few others
Ok gotcha...how hp you running?
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Ok gotcha...how hp you running?
Im guessing around 210 to the wheels and 230-240 tq
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Im guessing around 210 to the wheels and 230-240 tq
That's really really good considering stock is 170hp and 200lb/ft at the wheels!
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That's really really good considering stock is 170hp and 200lb/ft at the wheels!
Yeah im very happy with it lol. Brakes 14 seconds in the quarter mile
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Yeah im very happy with it lol. Brakes 14 seconds in the quarter mile
That's really good for the 05-10 sixes! What's your 0-60?
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That's really good for the 05-10 sixes! What's your 0-60?
I don't know my 0-60/: but my 60 foot was a 2.23 if that helps lol
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no we do not agree... everyone i know that has gotten it is very disappointed. waste of money. its better to save a little more and buy the better quality product. like i always say, buy nice not twice
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I have pypes true dual and they are definitely the way to go. If you really want to make it sound good of course the headers and intake, they make a difference but get cutouts, electronic preferably.
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I don't know my 0-60/: but my 60 foot was a 2.23 if that helps lol
Not bad at all!!
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you obviously do not understand the concept of a sleeper.... quiet car so that its ok for a daily driver and then people won't expect it to be crazy fast. heres an example.
2008 Bullitt Mustang

the bullitt is supposed to be quieter than a gt. a bullitt is my dream car i know everything about it so dont try to question me on it haha
I'm not trying to piss anyone off or anything but after reading this I feel the need to correct you guys. The 2008 Bullitt is not supposed to be quiter than the GT and it isn't. If you heard one in real life you'd know. Don't believe some random craigslist ad.
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I'm not trying to piss anyone off or anything but after reading this I feel the need to correct you guys. The 2008 Bullitt is not supposed to be quiter than the GT and it isn't. If you heard one in real life you'd know. Don't believe some random craigslist ad.
considering i said its my dream car, ive heard it multiple times in real life. my friends dad works with a guy who has a 10 second bullitt and its so quiet you would never expect it to be so fast. true sleeper. and then there is another person who goes to the same car show as me every weekend and i had him turn the car on and rev it, it didnt sound louder than a gt, but it had more rumble if that makes sense.
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considering i said its my dream car, ive heard it multiple times in real life. my friends dad works with a guy who has a 10 second bullitt and its so quiet you would never expect it to be so fast. true sleeper. and then there is another person who goes to the same car show as me every weekend and i had him turn the car on and rev it, it didnt sound louder than a gt, but it had more rumble if that makes sense.
I guess we can agree to disagree.
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Besides this getting completely off topic a mustang shouldn't be a sleeper, they should have the rumble of a classic and you should know its coming and fear it because of it sounds...I'm not an expert on the bullitt but I wouldn't want a mustang that's a sleeper, just my opinion.
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Besides this getting completely off topic a mustang shouldn't be a sleeper, they should have the rumble of a classic and you should know its coming and fear it because of it sounds...I'm not an expert on the bullitt but I wouldn't want a mustang that's a sleeper, just my opinion.
My dad has an 08' Bullitt. It wasn't designed to be a sleeper and it isn't one. Ive never heard that until reading these posts and it doesn't make any sense.
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My dad has an 08' Bullitt. It wasn't designed to be a sleeper and it isn't one. Ive never heard that until reading these posts and it doesn't make any sense.
I agree.
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My dad has an 08' Bullitt. It wasn't designed to be a sleeper and it isn't one. Ive never heard that until reading these posts and it doesn't make any sense.
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Wow that was a lot on this topic. I realize I'm jumping in a bit late but I thought I should chip in since I actually have an 07 with the Ford Racing dual exhaust. I have been pretty happy ever since getting it about a year ago.

I will point out that what these folks have been saying is true, it is a quieter setup. To put it into perspective for you, the FRPP duals are quieter than the single MAC axleback I used to have before.

I went with the Ford Racing kit because I wanted it to include everything already and to be a true dual setup. No offense to everyone else but I had heard the Pypes true duals both in person and online and to me they seemed inconsistent in sound, sometimes they sounded awesome and sometimes they sounded ricey. I'm sure there are several factors that led to this but I didn't want to take the chance.
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Good first hand feedback BigRob. After reading the whole thread, got the most from your post lol.
My consideration for a dual upgrade is ease of install and fit.

So who votes for what out there. Other than the pypes, because I won't risk it...
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Good first hand feedback BigRob. After reading the whole thread, got the most from your post lol.
My consideration for a dual upgrade is ease of install and fit.

So who votes for what out there. Other than the pypes, because I won't risk it...
Barron.
Get custom parts... Like a custom H/X pipe with over-axle pipes leading into your favorite axle-back muffler/resonator/muffler-delete.
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Thats good feedback Soccer, thank you.
There is a custom exhaust shop near me. Think I will stop in and see what they can do for how much.
Just assume have this project done, as I don't have access to a lift.
Tux, Barron
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