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Old 08-17-2013, 10:23 PM   #1
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Where is the best place to find a dual exgaust conversion kit in central florida?

Where is the best place to find a dual exgaust conversion kit in central florida?
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Where is the best place to find a dual exgaust conversion kit in central florida?
You would be better off ordering it from americanmuscle.com
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You would be better off ordering it from americanmuscle.com
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Am-> ford racing dual exaust = sex
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Am-> ford racing dual exaust = sex
Too quiet
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Too quiet
I found all others alittle too obnoxious
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I found all others alittle too obnoxious
Just personal preference
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I have magnaflow, they have a nice tone. A little quiet, but they sound good.
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I'm going to get mine for my '09 pony from American Muscle, the Pypes True Dual Exhaust. Found a place near Orlando that's going to install them for +/- $250. They are Home | Martys Auto Works

Hope this helps!!
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The Ford Racing True Dual Exhaust kit from AM quality wise, cannot be beat. It's a Ford conversion kit. Don't just think any set of metal pipes and bolts will be good enough.

The mufflers that come with the kit: deep and quality tone, you can definitely hear them, but they're not attention grabbers at all (now at WOT, they sound really good, got compliments). If you don't like 'em, they sell for $400 on eBay new.

Don't pay more than $250 for just installation of a kit. I paid $150 with no problems.
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The Ford Racing True Dual Exhaust kit from AM quality wise, cannot be beat. It's a Ford conversion kit. Don't just think any set of metal pipes and bolts will be good enough.

The mufflers that come with the kit: deep and quality tone, you can definitely hear them, but they're not attention grabbers at all (now at WOT, they sound really good, got compliments). If you don't like 'em, they sell for $400 on eBay new.

Don't pay more than $250 for just installation of a kit. I paid $150 with no problems.
I second this. The sound from 1 to 2.7k rpm is a deal grumble, very classy. From 3k forwards its loud and is pure sex. I picked it due to the deep grumble and the non-obnoxious attitude it has. Very nice.
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EXHAUST

I got my Exhaust done at a Muffler Shop, My Engine performance stuff is done at a Performance shop, but Exhaust was easy. And Magnaflow has more than just one style of Muffler, I got the Aggressive style on my Mustang and the Low Deep sound style on my Wife's Camaro.
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I second this. The sound from 1 to 2.7k rpm is a deal grumble, very classy. From 3k forwards its loud and is pure sex. I picked it due to the deep grumble and the non-obnoxious attitude it has. Very nice.
What does the AM setup run? I am looking to ditch the dual Flowmasters as driving to vacation spots for 4+hours sucks and gives me a headache but driving the wife's Hyundai makes me feel like I got no balls.

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And is it clamp on set or welded?
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