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Old 07-02-2013, 09:44 PM   #1
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Roush Axle-Back Or Magna Flow for V6 2013

I have a Mustang 2013 V6 stock and was debating between the Roush Axle Back exhaust vs the Mangna Flow Street Axle Back addition. I want a sound closest to the GT, please drop your honest professional opinions, Thank you.
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Neither.. I had the Roush but it was loud and raspy.. Even worse when you put mid pipes in. I like the borla stingers (for just axle) and I have the touring that is deep but now loud.
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I got the roush exhaust and I absolutely love it There was a guy at the red light that pulled up to me in a 2012 5.0 and said your car sounds better than mine Lol go whit roush

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Btw Videos of the exhaust sound totally different so Much better in real life
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I've heard putting 18" glasspack resenators with the roush makes them way less raspy and quieter. But if you want to pay the extra money the magnaflow are what I have been planning on getting
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I've heard putting 18" glasspack resenators with the roush makes them way less raspy and quieter. But if you want to pay the extra money the magnaflow are what I have been planning on getting
True that. It really calms them down. They still have that unique tone but just lower and not as much if any, rasp.
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Roush. Ftw
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Go magnaflow competitions!!
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Roush all the way
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Roush IMO, love the uniqueness of it. And you can always just find resonators off a 5.0 if you don't like the rasp.
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Roush IMO, love the uniqueness of it. And you can always just find resonators off a 5.0 if you don't like the rasp.
Or longer 18" ones. Although it makes the tone semi broad as far as drone and to me increased my drone.
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Magna flow or flow master for my v6 2013 mustang? Which of both have a more nice loser sound to the GT?
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Magna flow or flow master for my v6 2013 mustang? Which of both have a more nice loser sound to the GT?
Flowmaster sound more lose but IMO they sound god awe full. Closest to ricer. They are on the opposite side of the spectrum to mags
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