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Old 01-16-2015, 03:47 PM   #1
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2015 mustang sounds different than 11-14



Am I the only one noticing this?
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Same engines broskie. Any v6 without mufflers is going to sound different

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Well the video is labeled muffler delete and I do not see the muffler tips. So that might be why?
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Well the video is labeled muffler delete and I do not see the muffler tips. So that might be why?
That is exactly why

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Am I the only one noticing this?
Its sound much deeper then the 2014 with muffler delete.
He also has a video on YouTube with the mufflers.
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It's hard to tell over videos anyways due to sound quality. Really have to have both cars in person. And you can expect a slightly different tone because the exhaust is provable different.


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The exhaust also takes a different path due to the IRS. That may play a part in the slightly different tone.

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It has a different resonator. That's why it doesn't sound like our car with a muffler delete.
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A dangerous way to drive around.

I sure hope the OP is going to add some sort of exhaust pipes to allow the fumes to exit from under the car.
It is not very dangerous if you are always moving and never ever stop.
Catch a long traffic light and the exhaust fumes may end up killing you and your passengers.
Something like Magnaflow comps or having a muffler shop run some pipes out the back would be a good thing to do.

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I sure hope the OP is going to add some sort of exhaust pipes to allow the fumes to exit from under the car.
It is not very dangerous if you are always moving and never ever stop.
Catch a long traffic light and the exhaust fumes may end up killing you and your passengers.
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Of course I'm joking

There is nothing at all like sitting in an idling car with the Exhaust pipes ending under the car and filling your passenger compartment with carbon monoxide.
Every stop light you get a little more added. Some stop lights are very long and sitting there filling your car with a gas you can't smell is always safe.

Some joke, HuH ????
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There is nothing at all like sitting in an idling car with the Exhaust pipes ending under the car and filling your passenger compartment with carbon monoxide.
Every stop light you get a little more added. Some stop lights are very long and sitting there filling your car with a gas you can't smell is always safe.

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It would be carbon dioxide not monoxide

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It would be carbon dioxide not monoxide

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no he is correcr its carbon monoxide

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I thought cats converts co into co2

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I thought cats converts co into co2

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Not that I know of bud, all exhaust fumes are carbon monoxide

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Does it really matter.

monoxide----dioxide
What ever comes out of the exhaust is not really a good thing for your health.

Taking your mufflers off and not putting a couple of pipes to get the fumes from under your car is not very smart.

Fine if you just want to hear it but leaving it that way is not what anyone should do.

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PS:- The link natestang07 provided is really great information. It explains how the cat works. It does say the Cat Reduces the carbon monoxide but it does not eliminate it or all of the poison gasses that can destroy your lungs in a closed environment like the interior of a car. There are known facts of people getting in the car in their garage, Closing the garage door, Starting the car, going to sleep and never waking up.
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