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Old 03-07-2014, 11:56 PM   #36
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We have this weird tone honestly. From a non car person we have a v8. From a car person we get ish talked about cause it doesn't sound like a v8 as in depth but has the lope. Yet, isn't high pitched a bough for the sixxer traditional note. It's.... Interesting and hard to make sound perfect
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I have heard the 3.7L I drove one for a week in Ft Lauderdale. It does sound completely different. My gut feeling would be, go conservative to get a great exhaust tone from it.
*-Like headers, hi-flow cats, Prochamber, and then... either MAC Propaths, or Borla S, or multi chambered FM, or Spintechs, Thrush Welded, Cherry Bomb Vortex, Aerochamber, ect..
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I have heard the 3.7L I drove one for a week in Ft Lauderdale. It does sound completely different. My gut feeling would be, go conservative to get a great exhaust tone from it.
*-Like headers, hi-flow cats, Prochamber, and then... either MAC Propaths, or Borla S, or multi chambered FM, or Spintechs, Thrush Welded, Cherry Bomb Vortex, Aerochamber, ect..
Could you please elaborate how it sounded different? -as in deep/throatier sound, or loud/raspy like a x-pipe? Also, was that 3.7 with stock-exhaust-system?

How about the aero chambers? Have you had any personal experience with em?

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I have heard the 3.7L I drove one for a week in Ft Lauderdale. It does sound completely different. My gut feeling would be, go conservative to get a great exhaust tone from it.
*-Like headers, hi-flow cats, Prochamber, and then... either MAC Propaths, or Borla S, or multi chambered FM, or Spintechs, Thrush Welded, Cherry Bomb Vortex, Aerochamber, ect..

I have flowmaster 40's. Multi chambers are your friend if having a basic stock exhaust. Straight pipe for headers
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This new duratec cyclone 3.7 is raspy as all get out. As is the 5.0 by comparison to the 4.6. That's why many exhaust companies for our engines jut straight pipe it. Why make it deep which is hard, where you can just straight through design it and call it a day
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Sounds good, I was actually hoping to hear it on a 3.7L
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You're not gona hear it until a 3.7 guy gets one...somebody check and see if any 370 or 350 Z's have one on YouTube. Very similar motor to the Ford 3.7 so it should sound similar
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Yeah, it is something you have to hear from a similar power plant. The ProChamber provides a deeper tone, opposite of raspy, if that makes sense. Provides a bit of performance too. I hope to see one on a 3.7 soon. I'll look around the inter-web and see if i get lucky. Then post it.
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Yeah, it is something you have to hear from a similar power plant. The ProChamber provides a deeper tone, opposite of raspy, if that makes sense. Provides a bit of performance too. I hope to see one on a 3.7 soon. I'll look around the inter-web and see if i get lucky. Then post it.
I was about 2 seconds away from ordering the mac long tubes for my car but the only option for them is the proChamber mid pipe. It's over $850 for the combo. Mac doesn't offer any other midpipe for the lts yet. I've been searching for a video or someone that has it also. Not to much info on the mac site either. Hard to decide when the Borla set up is cheaper.
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You can find it a lot cheaper on another website. Just type in the part number on google.
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