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Old 02-02-2015, 09:19 PM   #36
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You change your mufflers out every weekend? I'm sorry but that's ridiculous Lmao spend the extra $ on a good sounding exhaust

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Old 02-02-2015, 09:31 PM   #37
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You change your mufflers out every weekend? I'm sorry but that's ridiculous Lmao spend the extra $ on a good sounding exhaust

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That's the thing, they sound great. Just loud in the car. No, I don't change them every weekend just some weekends I throw the stock exhaust back in if the family is riding with. When I do it's all of a 10 minute process. Maybe I'm just a car nut. In the past I have had multiple sets of wheels I would change depending on the weather or mood... That was much more labor intensive.

Ridiculous? Nah what's rediculous, is when I vaccum it every time it gets parked at night. Spray detailer every two to three days, tire shine every two to three days, armor all interior at least once a week. Full wash once a week, full wax once a month and the list goes on.
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That's the thing, they sound great. Just loud in the car. No, I don't change them every weekend just some weekends I throw the stock exhaust back in if the family is riding with. When I do it's all of a 10 minute process. Maybe I'm just a car nut. In the past I have had multiple sets of wheels I would change depending on the weather or mood... That was much more labor intensive.

Ridiculous? Nah what's rediculous, is when I vaccum it every time it gets parked at night. Spray detailer every two to three days, tire shine every two to three days, armor all interior at least once a week. Full wash once a week, full wax once a month and the list goes on.
But do you take your wheels off and clean and wax the insides once a month?

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But do you take your wheels off and clean and wax the insides once a month?

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Hadn't thought of it till you mentioned it. Lol adding it to the list, just ran to the garage their filthy on the inside...
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Waxing monthly is totally unnecessary unless you get some cheap autozone wax lol

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The Roush mufflers are loud, inside and out. I had them and the sound was unreal but drone was unbearable so I replaced. They also do have a bit of that raspy sound like you'd hear from a civic with a muffler on it. But when you step on it wide open, sounded amazing. If you like loud and don't mind drone, the Roush mufflers are cheap and nice looking. I've heard some on threads say the drone subsides after a couple thousand miles but I can't say for sure.
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The loudest axle back exhaust set I have heard in person is the Mac Axle Back for our cars. It is definitely within the price rage at $400 new from American Muscle.

Volume level is louder than even the pype bombs. The difference is it less raspy and much deeper. I have a set I purchased from a member here that I throw on for the weekends however for daily highway travel unless you like the sound of a muscle car INSIDE your car at all rpm's and no longer wish to listen to the radio you will end up wanting something else.
lol throw on for weekends!? i can only imagine literally every weekend just getting under there and replacing exhaust...hey atleast it wouldn't rust on lol
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The Roush mufflers are loud, inside and out. I had them and the sound was unreal but drone was unbearable so I replaced. They also do have a bit of that raspy sound like you'd hear from a civic with a muffler on it. But when you step on it wide open, sounded amazing. If you like loud and don't mind drone, the Roush mufflers are cheap and nice looking. I've heard some on threads say the drone subsides after a couple thousand miles but I can't say for sure.

The drone subsides dramatically and the sound only gets better over time unless you absolutely love raspy noise. As long as you can bear the first few months then the volume will become slightly more reasonable, and I believe the right exhaust mods can make the car one of the best sounding v6's in the end.


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The drone subsides dramatically and the sound only gets better over time unless you absolutely love raspy noise. As long as you can bear the first few months then the volume will become slightly more reasonable, and I believe the right exhaust mods can make the car one of the best sounding v6's in the end.


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10k on my Roush AB and they are still quieting down. I do a LOT of highway(~98%) and I never really got into the throttle as much as someone who does more city driving. The last 1000 miles I've been having a bit more fun and it keeps getting quieter. some mornings I set my cruise at 70 and I forget I have aftermarket exhaust.
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Hadn't thought of it till you mentioned it. Lol adding it to the list, just ran to the garage their filthy on the inside...

A true car nut. I am with you man. Need to clean the insides and the wheel wells.


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