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Old 05-10-2012, 09:02 PM   #1
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Dual Exhaust Conversion

Gonna be getting the Magnaflow Dual Catback Exhaust for my car pretty soon but kinda having second thoughts since looking at some other Dual Exhaust kits. But anyways just want some opinions on it if anyone has it or what exhaust did y'all get?
BTW here a video I found of someone with it on youtube. Sounds awesome on the interior
Ford Mustang 2007 V6 Magnaflow Catback Exhaust Exterior & interior - YouTube
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Magnaflow is best at idle, that is where it is the deepest... It isn't as loud as other exhaust but many argue that it is the deepest.
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Go flow master with some good headers, growls like a beast. That's war I did
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I've heard not so great things about flowmasters, some people say they are amazing but others say they sound a lot like rice at high rpms
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I've heard not so great things about flowmasters, some people say they are amazing but others say they sound a lot like rice at high rpms
i personally wouldnt ever get magnaflows or flowmasters. they are like the generic brand of exhaust. the super 40 or 44 are the most common on mustangs and tbh they are not impressive to me at all. they may be more expensive but borla, bassani, or pypes are better systems and will get you better sounds. i got the pypes dual conversion with pype bomb axle back and it sounds incredible for a v6. itll be worth it to save a little more and buy something nicer. like i always say, buy nice not twice.
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To each there own I guess, just do your research and then decide. Btw soccerlover how do you give so much advice to people when you don't have a mustang? I get you do research and you love the car, that's cool an all but how can you tell someone to get something you really don't know about?
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Go flow master with some good headers, growls like a beast. That's war I did
Yea I went to an auto shop this morning and talked to them. They said they would go with flow master and I checked it out so I'm gonna get it installed in two weeks.
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Yea I went to an auto shop this morning and talked to them. They said they would go with flow master and I checked it out so I'm gonna get it installed in two weeks.
Eeeek don't get flowmasters! Buy nice not twice!
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I've heard not so great things about flowmasters, some people say they are amazing but others say they sound a lot like rice at high rpms
thats what i say about mags.. flows sound nothing like rice. enless u remove the cats
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Here is the bottom line. It comes down to a matter of preference. If you read all the post about mufflers and exhaust systems it don't matter what mfg you mention there are just as many good comments as bad ones for each. So what ever you go with and it makes you smile then that is all that matters. I went with a pipes system with headers and didn't really like it at first but since adding a cai and tune the tone is deeper now and I like it, still a little ricey sounding though. Preference. Every bodies taste are different. I did get to hear a V6 mustang live and in person with the new Borla I think ATKA ? (Not sure if letters are correct) mufflers and they are almost spot on for that deep V8 sound most are looking for.
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Here is the bottom line. It comes down to a matter of preference. If you read all the post about mufflers and exhaust systems it don't matter what mfg you mention there are just as many good comments as bad ones for each. So what ever you go with and it makes you smile then that is all that matters. I went with a pipes system with headers and didn't really like it at first but since adding a cai and tune the tone is deeper now and I like it, still a little ricey sounding though. Preference. Every bodies taste are different. I did get to hear a V6 mustang live and in person with the new Borla I think ATKA ? (Not sure if letters are correct) mufflers and they are almost spot on for that deep V8 sound most are looking for.
borla ATAK
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Here is the bottom line. It comes down to a matter of preference. If you read all the post about mufflers and exhaust systems it don't matter what mfg you mention there are just as many good comments as bad ones for each. So what ever you go with and it makes you smile then that is all that matters. I went with a pipes system with headers and didn't really like it at first but since adding a cai and tune the tone is deeper now and I like it, still a little ricey sounding though. Preference. Every bodies taste are different. I did get to hear a V6 mustang live and in person with the new Borla I think ATKA ? (Not sure if letters are correct) mufflers and they are almost spot on for that deep V8 sound most are looking for.
Yea I looked at borla can't find any for a 10 though only 05-09 or 11-13 but they have none for the 2010. The 2010 kinda sucks sometimes cause of the engine and body style make it harder to find what I specifically need.
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Yea I looked at borla can't find any for a 10 though only 05-09 or 11-13 but they have none for the 2010. The 2010 kinda sucks sometimes cause of the engine and body style make it harder to find what I specifically need.
im pretty sure the 05-09 would work for you...
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Yea I looked at borla can't find any for a 10 though only 05-09 or 11-13 but they have none for the 2010. The 2010 kinda sucks sometimes cause of the engine and body style make it harder to find what I specifically need.
05-10 are identical when it comes to the performance aspect, meaning 05-09 exhaust actually is 05-10
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Except wouldn't the fit meant be different due to the different body style?
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Except wouldn't the fit meant be different due to the different body style?
the 2010 is essentially a 2009 with a body kit lol
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the 2010 is essentially a 2009 with a body kit lol
LOL... Now that i think of it it really is lol
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the 2010 is essentially a 2009 with a body kit lol
Yep! Haha
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Personally I have the Pypes true dual exhaust kit from AM...I asked them to piece it together with violator mufflers and I love the set-up. Deep growls, not ricey at all and gets pretty intense around 3000 rpms. just my two cents worth. Plus I love the look of the pypes from behind
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I have bbk shorty headers, with cats, true duals and magnaflow axleback straight thru. Would a x pipe benefit me in any way?
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I have bbk shorty headers, with cats, true duals and magnaflow axleback straight thru. Would a x pipe benefit me in any way?
The 4.0s have an even firing order so you don't need a connecting midpipe, a lot of people just get divorced duals fabricated. On the other hand if you were to go midpipe then most people say that an H-Pipe is deeper and an X-Pipe is louder. Then there is prochamber which deepens it and gives it a slight growl... All you need to do is pick which set-up you want.
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Im thinking of doing the straight threw with gf take offs how dose that sound?
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