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Old 04-09-2012, 03:31 PM   #1
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How does the dual exhaust from the Ford Racing power pack sound?
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How does the dual exhaust from the Ford Racing power pack sound?
I heard it is quieter than stock lol
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I heard it is quieter than stock lol
You realize that's not possible right?
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You realize that's not possible right?
I'm just saying what i've heard from people who got it and experienced it.
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I'm just saying what i've heard from people who got it and experienced it.
Yeah but it's physically impossible to be quieter
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It's not impossible, just unlikely. I've heard from a LOT of people that it is VERY quiet.
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It's not impossible, just unlikely. I've heard from a LOT of people that it is VERY quiet.
Yes but they're comparing to other duals...it's as loud as any single axleback
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How does the dual exhaust from the Ford Racing power pack sound?
lol we've been over this. trust me it is 100% not worth it. very very very very quiet exhaust. i know two different people who bought it and then immediately put them on craigslist because of how quiet they are. just get something else i got the pypes dual conversion and had stock gt mufflers and was way louder than the ford racing power pack. just dont buy them its a waste of money. so many different exhausts to choose from and those are by far the worst
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lol we've been over this. trust me it is 100% not worth it. very very very very quiet exhaust. i know two different people who bought it and then immediately put them on craigslist because of how quiet they are. just get something else i got the pypes dual conversion and had stock gt mufflers and was way louder than the ford racing power pack. just dont buy them its a waste of money. so many different exhausts to choose from and those are by far the worst
The pypes exhaust sounds pretty raspy and ricey from the vids I see though
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I'd say if you want some sound and doesn't sound raspy give dynomax a try. They sound really nice!
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The pypes exhaust sounds pretty raspy and ricey from the vids I see though
i was actually really worried when i bought them but i decided to take a risk and trust me it doesnt sound ricey or raspy at all. it has a deep strong tone and everyone in my mustang group agrees that they are great. but every car is different i might have just gotten lucky because i too have seen videos of the pypes exhaust being raspy and ricey. i also did the welding it wasnt just clamp on like many of the people prefer to do because it is cheaper and you wont need a welder. i was lucky that my uncle has been building cars for autocross professionally for 30 years so he had all of the supplies and we did it ourselves. after i while i wanted it to be louder so i got the pype bombs and man it is mean sounding. videos never do exhaust justice though youll have to buy what you think will sound good and hope it does. i would get in contact with a local mustang group and try to hear what each kind of combination could sound like so you can expect what your car would sound like.
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i was actually really worried when i bought them but i decided to take a risk and trust me it doesnt sound ricey or raspy at all. it has a deep strong tone and everyone in my mustang group agrees that they are great. but every car is different i might have just gotten lucky because i too have seen videos of the pypes exhaust being raspy and ricey. i also did the welding it wasnt just clamp on like many of the people prefer to do because it is cheaper and you wont need a welder. i was lucky that my uncle has been building cars for autocross professionally for 30 years so he had all of the supplies and we did it ourselves. after i while i wanted it to be louder so i got the pype bombs and man it is mean sounding. videos never do exhaust justice though youll have to buy what you think will sound good and hope it does. i would get in contact with a local mustang group and try to hear what each kind of combination could sound like so you can expect what your car would sound like.
+1 I also have my pypes welded. Plus with full exhaust it sounds great. Not ricey what so ever. Also a dude im my neighborhood has the ford exhaust pack and even though it looks good on the car with the cutout clamps we both agree it's not worth the money. But if your set on it go ahead. Just don't expect good results for the money
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+1 I also have my pypes welded. Plus with full exhaust it sounds great. Not ricey what so ever. Also a dude im my neighborhood has the ford exhaust pack and even though it looks good on the car with the cutout clamps we both agree it's not worth the money. But if your set on it go ahead. Just don't expect good results for the money
I mean it's the gt bullit mufflers so it shouldn't sound much different than getting an x-pipe or h-pipe and getting gt take off mufflers right
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I mean it's the gt bullit mufflers so it shouldn't sound much different than getting an x-pipe or h-pipe and getting gt take off mufflers right
But those are intended more on the lines of a higher flow v8. Just consider that man!
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I mean it's the gt bullit mufflers so it shouldn't sound much different than getting an x-pipe or h-pipe and getting gt take off mufflers right
Bullitts are meant to be quiet because most people supercharge them and have them as sleepers. They're supposed to be quiet. If you wanna be stubborn then go ahead and buy them. You'll be disappointed and wish you had listened to us
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Bullitts are meant to be quiet because most people supercharge them and have them as sleepers. They're supposed to be quiet. If you wanna be stubborn then go ahead and buy them. You'll be disappointed and wish you had listened to us
The bullit was faster than gt dude...not gona be quieter
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The bullit was faster than gt dude...not gona be quieter
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.
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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
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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.
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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
Hahahaha! Win
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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.
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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
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We should get a like button on here like facebook so we can like stuff also, cause i always feel like clicking the like button but then i realize that the best i can do is say +1.
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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
So by giving me an "example" of what I already said then I don't know what it is. Wow
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I agree, make one statement on this app and someone bites your head off
alright so first of all i didn't bite off your head, i was just explaining and trying to help you to not buy something that you will regret and this isn't the first time that you have posted asking about the FRPP... everytime you've posted on here asking what people think about it, they always say that it is quiet and not worth the money. we aren't trying to hurt your feelings, it just is not a good purchase for the s197 v6 mustang. but if you are dead set on buying it, more power to you. its your car and your money
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It was more of a generalized statement to settle everyone down, not to empower "your side"
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Hey girls lets stay on topic!
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Ok ok everyone...shut up and let's talk exhaust without getting crazy!! The ford racing will provide best performance but not best sound, we all agree??
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Ok ok everyone...shut up and let's talk exhaust without getting crazy!! The ford racing will provide best performance but not best sound, we all agree??
Are you talking about a whole Power Pack or just the Ford Racing exhaust? Because no matter what type of exhaust you get they will all provide the same HP gains (give or take 1 maybe). Unless you are getting the whole pack which has other performance parts (still not as great as others out there) but are a decent bang for your buck because they come in a bundle.
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Are you talking about a whole Power Pack or just the Ford Racing exhaust? Because no matter what type of exhaust you get they will all provide the same HP gains (give or take 1 maybe). Unless you are getting the whole pack which has other performance parts (still not as great as others out there) but are a decent bang for your buck because they come in a bundle.
The exhaust in the pack yeah
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The exhaust in the pack yeah
Well the pack is decent for your money... If you really want to get better performance then get each items separately from different manufacturers... Ford Racing Parts are somewhat overrated.
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What? Heck no the gains from that pack are horrid. Just take your time and get the right parts. Their tuner I've heard is mild at best and intake does nothing. I've raced a power pack v6 in my neighborhood. It might ad well be stock. But it seems like you really want it so go for it man! Im just trying to say its not a good use of money
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What? Heck no the gains from that pack are horrid. Just take your time and get the right parts. Their tuner I've heard is mild at best and intake does nothing. I've raced a power pack v6 in my neighborhood. It might ad well be stock. But it seems like you really want it so go for it man! Im just trying to say its not a good use of money
I know but I'm on a budget and I want the reliability and driveability of ford parts ya know
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I know but I'm on a budget and I want the reliability and driveability of ford parts ya know
Jlt intake
JBA headers
Pypes true dual
Sct with bama tunes

These are all better and just as reliable as the power pack. Ford racing isn't even a part of ford they just call themselves that. But I do understand the budget but coming from a guy with a budget as well I've slowly done these mods over the past 2 years, and I know I would regret that kit if I got it back when I got my car compared to now. Just trying to help bud!
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Jlt intake
JBA headers
Pypes true dual
Sct with bama tunes

These are all better and just as reliable as the power pack. Ford racing isn't even a part of ford they just call themselves that. But I do understand the budget but coming from a guy with a budget as well I've slowly done these mods over the past 2 years, and I know I would regret that kit if I got it back when I got my car compared to now. Just trying to help bud!
I know they all provide more power than Ford Racing but I could save like $250-$300 but I am trying to max my power at the same time...and yeah I appreciate it man
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I know they all provide more power than Ford Racing but I could save like $250-$300 but I am trying to max my power at the same time...and yeah I appreciate it man
Do what feels right! Just be aware you won't gain top much
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