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Old 06-22-2015, 05:18 PM   #36
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Best exhaust set up for 2015 mustang v6? Thinking roush


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Roush with shorty headers sounds great. Everyone will tell you there setup and say it sounds the best. I love mine but there's probably something I cud change to like it even more. You need to hear them in person. Or compare the thousands of videos on you tube.


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Chambered mufflers are generally quieter due to more baffling and noise reducers.

Chamber less mufflers (roush) straight through design are generally louder than chambered. (Not always true but typically).

Chamber less on average will be more raspy.

Shorty headers will deepen the tone and also add some volume. Generally deeper tones sound quieter than a loud raspy exhaust but if you were to do axle backs first then do shorty headers you'll notice it as deeper and louder. They also remove some rasp because the exhaust system will breath better. The factory h x hybrid pipe is good but there's better out there.

H pipes will remove some rasp but show no hp gains

X pipes will usually add rasp but give you a few hp. Most of this rasp can be removed by adding in resonators.

To me the added cost of the x pipe with resonators to reduce rasp is not worth the few hp gains.

Back to headers.
Shortys will give you more low end torque while long tube will give you more high end hp. It's a trade off. Ones low ones high

With long tubes you have to buy a separate mid pipe and with shortys you can use the factory mid pipes or buy aftermarket as stated before.

I'm sure someone will chime in on something I missed.


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I do believe voltwings has more info in his excellent write up section for beginners to modding these v6s.


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1. Get that hood painted. No offense.
2. Get yourself from 3.73 gears (I saw that you're an auto)
3. If you have serious plans of boost, get the big supporting mods out of the way now. Driveshaft, suspension, tires, etc.
4. Don't waste your money on a CAI. Use that money for headers and a mid pipe.
5. Get yourself a tuner with some tunes from MPT. Bama is watered down tunes, and their customer service is complete and total crap.
6. Get some lowering springs with your suspension. Will make your car look great and handle better.
7. spoiler - totally changes the rear of the car. I recommend a gt500 or gt/cs depending on your preference.
8. Enjoy learning how to do it all, the experience, and don't get too caught up or frustrated with things. Have fun with it, enjoy the car and drive it like it's meant to be driven
Grabber is spot on with his #8: I've found that I get far more pleasure from the journey then reaching the destination.
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