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Old 04-13-2014, 09:12 AM   #1
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Not another exhaust thread....

The 2011 3.7L BBK CAI, my daughter has needs a deeper roar to it.
The V-6 will always sound a little tinny but I am sure there are some simple exhaust options to lower the voice on this Pony.

I am looking for suggestions backed with proof.
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Pype bombs!
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Muffler deletes sound great only on a stock car. Besides that ur gna have to do alot of fiddling with ur exhaust to make it go from honda to mustang lol

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Muffler deletes sound great only on a stock car. Besides that ur gna have to do alot of fiddling with ur exhaust to make it go from honda to mustang lol Sent from my SAMSUNG-SGH-I337 using Mustang Evolution mobile app
True! He wants something simple..pype bombs are simple & a great bang for buck IMO especially if all ur gonna do is axle backs!
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Don't the pype bombs have a bad drone on the highway?

How loud are you looking to get? Magnaflow streets with bbk shorty headers makes a nice deep sound, and by keeping the stock cats you prevent that tinny noise.
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Don't the pype bombs have a bad drone on the highway? How loud are you looking to get? Magnaflow streets with bbk shorty headers makes a nice deep sound, and by keeping the stock cats you prevent that tinny noise.
The drone isn't that bad IMO.
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If u want a deep roar go with flow 44. The louder it gets the worse it will sound on a 6. Get resonators and keep Ur cats and u will be good to go
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If u want a deep roar go with flow 44. The louder it gets the worse it will sound on a 6. Get resonators and keep Ur cats and u will be good to go. If u don't want flows and make sure the exhaust u get is chambered. Pype bombs will be to loud and it will bring out that sixxer sound
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Sounds like good suggestions already, where would one go to find these add-ons?
I am into selling ecommerce flooring so I normally shop on the net as well.
I want to keep it simple yet on point. Here is pic of her Pony:Click image for larger version

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The shop next to me builds and races Mustangs here is a little tasteClick image for larger version

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I'd recommend the FRPP axlebacks but they're a little expensive.

Use American Muscle, Lethal performance, or late model restoration. Those are probably the top 3 websites used
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American Muscle is a good source as well as late model restoration and CJ Pony parts. If you get to 50 posts you can request the forum discount (6%). That or Dan and Shane might be able to hook you up since you are buying a bunch of stuff. American muscle has AWESOME customer service and support.
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Here is a video that was done, by one of our customers, that shows the sounds of the Steeda Axle Backs:



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It's got factory dual exhaust on it.
How do I improve the volume now?
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I love my Bassani Axlebacks. Not tinny at all, give the car a deep tone without being overly loud or boomy. Drone is minimal, and you only really hear it going uphill. Always turns heads. There are videos on YouTube but they never do exhausts justice because of distortion and poor speaker quality. Past 3000 rpms this exhaust wails. It's a muscular sound, not tinny, weedwhacker-ish, or anything like that.
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It's got factory dual exhaust on it.
How do I improve the volume now?
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Not another exhaust thread....

If you have the money, borla Ataks. Pricey, yes, but you won't be disappointed! Worth every penny and come with a 1 million mile warranty.
If they're not your thing, Pype's muffler deletes are a great bang for the buck!

ALSO! Check out Amazon for borlas, sometimes you can get lucky and get them for a few hundred off normal price
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The borlas sound good ! I found a youtube with before and after
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Steeda sounds good to, so does the bassani so now it is about price...
Which one is the best deal?
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Steeda sounds good to, so does the bassani so now it is about price...
Which one is the best deal?

You're probably not going to find someone who has run both so no one will be able to do a side by side comparison but I can tell you that the Bassani's are very well made. Sold construction and beautiful welds. The polished 4 inch tips are awesome too. Worth the extra money as compared to Pypes, etc. Fitment was perfect.

You can find this quote on Bassani's FAQ webpage:

"10. Will I get more girls if I install a Bassani aft-cat (axle-back) exhaust?

Yes."

What else is there? Haha
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I kinda like like the magnaflows, they actually sound the best.
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I like the basani's sound but not so much the tips. I like the magna flow tips but not so much the sound.

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Here is a video that was done, by one of our customers, that shows the sounds of the Steeda Axle Backs:



Let me know if I can help you assist with a set ... Steeda 2011-12 V6 Mustang Axle-Back Exhaust 040-130207 - Free Shipping!

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I was wondering if you had any discounts for that? It sounds amazing and exactly what I'm looking for!
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FYI

List dealer Price at Jegs on the Mangaflow pipes is $344.00
American Muscle is showing them at $516.99, they are a high volume dealer so they are buying direct from Magnaflow and selling it direct to the public. Jegs works off a 20-30% margin to their dealers
So keep that in mind when you are price shopping, that means these guys claiming to offer you smoking deals are working on a 80-100% margin.
Not such a good deal.....
I wish I could make margins like that I would get my own 2015 Saleen....
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I took this info to the shop next to me and he said he will supply and install the magnaflows for $510.00 tax included.
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+1 for the pypes. Awesome bang for your buck, but it takes a while to get used to the drone. I almost returned mine, but now I love them.
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Just put Short Tube Headers on it, give you the growl
Pretty Much Stock Manual Transmission car with the Cut and Clamp FRPP X-Pipe(The mufflers are different between them and the Auto's)

Only Difference are the BBK Short tubes
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Steeda sounds good to, so does the bassani so now it is about price...
Which one is the best deal?

It's all personal preference at this point.. I don't know much about steeda or bassani.. But I do know borlas have a great build quality. Now is spending $700ish on borlas vs $600ish on bassani or steeda going to make much of a difference on the wallet? I guess what I'm saying is if you like all 3 of these axle backs, chose the one which sounds best to you. Another $100 for the exhaust you like is a good chunk of change, but keep in mind you'll have the car for many years. Just my 2 cents
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The Mustang racers I sponsor said the flowmaster will be the best choice, they also told me they will give them to me at cost from Jegs.
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The Mustang racers I sponsor said the flowmaster will be the best choice, they also told me they will give them to me at cost from Jegs.

Flow masters have a lot of drone at highway speeds
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