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Old 05-07-2013, 10:16 PM   #1
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Ok so i saw a few videos of v6 mustangs that took off the mufflers and ran straight pipes back to some nice tips. So today i went and did that. Now i need to get some resonators. It deffinatly is a diffrent sound from the flowmasters i had on her before.
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Ok so i saw a few videos of v6 mustangs that took off the mufflers and ran straight pipes back to some nice tips. So today i went and did that. Now i need to get some resonators. It deffinatly is a diffrent sound from the flowmasters i had on her before.
I had that setup.
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What do you have now?
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What do you have now?
Well I had headers and xpipe too! So it was crazy loud and had resonators added.

Now I put Pypes bro and love it
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Nice I need to pick up some resonators and have them added but so far I like it
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Nice I need to pick up some resonators and have them added but so far I like it
Its definitely unique and throaty
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Its definitely unique and throaty
Yes it is it sounds like a 5.0 with the roush exhaust at low rpm 1-2k then it sounds BA like a killer Subaru or something
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I like the unique sound that a Mustang puts out. I can't compare it to a Subaru.

My son owns a Subaru WRX....great car; great sound. Like a hoard of mad bees coming at you.

But it's not a Mustang!
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I like the unique sound that a Mustang puts out. I can't compare it to a Subaru.

My son owns a Subaru WRX....great car; great sound. Like a hoard of mad bees coming at you.

But it's not a Mustang!
Lol mad bees
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It's the only way I can describe the sound from his car. My wife perks up off the couch when he comes to visit...."I hear bees swarming" is usually her response to me.
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It's the only way I can describe the sound from his car. My wife perks up off the couch when he comes to visit...."I hear bees swarming" is usually her response to me.
Lol that's funny
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Well I had headers and xpipe too! So it was crazy loud and had resonators added.

Now I put Pypes bro and love it
State emission legality??

Where are you located?
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State emission legality??

Where are you located?
Pypes arent mufflers so not legal. I have a friend for inspections so no biggy for me and im in el paso tx
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Ok so i saw a few videos of v6 mustangs that took off the mufflers and ran straight pipes back to some nice tips. So today i went and did that. Now i need to get some resonators. It deffinatly is a diffrent sound from the flowmasters i had on her before.
Quite a bit louder I'll assume.
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Quite a bit louder I'll assume.
Oh ya . It's got a killer note now
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Oh ya . It's got a killer note now
Nice
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