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Old 03-12-2015, 12:47 AM   #1
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Exhaust popping sound

How do I get more of the exhaust pop.. I have Roush axle backs, but would adding glass pack resonators create that sound much more


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Less back pressure = more popping.

The popping is coming from unburnt fuel entering the exhaust system. An off-road midpipe should get you the results you want, but with the Roush axlebacks, it'll probably be to raspy and loud. Most people say the Roush axlebacks are ideal when the rest of the exhaust setup is stock.

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Then an off road mid pipe it is. I've heard clips online of the Roush and the off road pipe and it's real raspy, I might end up switching it up with something more deep than rasp
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damn, I get a million pops with my ataks. they're so loud lol

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Get some over-axle pipes. I get all kinds of sexy sounding pops. Theres a small little burble too in between shifts mmmmm so good
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Just go with straight pipes with no mufflers and you should get all the SNAP, CRACKLE, POPS that you want. May have people around you feel like they are in a shoot-out when you drive by. LOL!
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I have the Borla ATAK's, I get plenty of popping.
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Exhaust popping sound

The Roush give me a lot of popping but I want more. All that back fire sounds sick and your constantly turning heads when you down shift


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Get some over-axle pipes. I get all kinds of sexy sounding pops. Theres a small little burble too in between shifts mmmmm so good

This is what I'm heading more towards๐Ÿ‘Œ


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This what you guys are experiencing? Lol
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This what you guys are experiencing? Lol
That's awesome lmfao!!!! I think that's exactly what the op is looking for!

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This what you guys are experiencing? Lol

Lmao yea this is it๐Ÿ˜‚


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A lot of it is in the tune as well, the overlap in the cams, idle/decel fueling ... the exhaust will allow them to be audible, but they have to be there in the first place.

Are you auto or stick / who are you tuned by? typically you'll get them on a downshift / decel in gear when shifting with a standard. With an auto you're kind of just shooting from the hip based on the shift schedule.
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Auto and I'm tuned with MpT and yea I get it by downshifting. But I want to get them while also making a stop on drive mode instead of sport mode


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Less back pressure = more popping.

The popping is coming from unburnt fuel entering the exhaust system. An off-road midpipe should get you the results you want, but with the Roush axlebacks, it'll probably be to raspy and loud. Most people say the Roush axlebacks are ideal when the rest of the exhaust setup is stock.

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Second tha๐Ÿ‘†๐Ÿ‘†. There is 2 popping sound. Backfire-which comes from intake and after burn- from exhaust Less back pressure and more fuel should create nice after burn
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Auto and I'm tuned with MpT and yea I get it by downshifting. But I want to get them while also making a stop on drive mode instead of sport mode


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Well you see the issue here. The downshifting in sports mode is what causes it, the shift schedule in drive likely wont, unless you have them make you a more aggressive shift schedule. Typically engine braking is what causes it << there's a little hot phrase you can use when talking to them if you want to try to help.
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