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Old 01-20-2012, 08:41 PM   #1
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Hey guys going to buy some axlebacks and couldnt decide between roush or frpp sport...any help is much appreciated...
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Roush! They sound really good on these cars not to mention no drone!
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Roush. See vids in my sig.
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Old 01-20-2012, 10:50 PM   #5
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Are they still having problems with cracked welding or did they fix that on the new ones??
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I have pypes muffler deletes. I like them just rightyone of loud.
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Old 01-20-2012, 11:32 PM   #7
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Find a exhaust shop and have one built! Iade the mistake of not doing research and ended up with a 500 dollar piece of pipe that a shop will build and instal for 230. Also if you live in Atlanta go to Andy's muffler in snellvile. Don't let the shop fool you it's been around doing great work for years. And for 200 more he will build and instal a complete custom cat to axle midpipe. Just ask for xpipe and resonator delete.
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Find a exhaust shop and have one built! Iade the mistake of not doing research and ended up with a 500 dollar piece of pipe that a shop will build and instal for 230. Also if you live in Atlanta go to Andy's muffler in snellvile. Don't let the shop fool you it's been around doing great work for years. And for 200 more he will build and instal a complete custom cat to axle midpipe. Just ask for xpipe and resonator delete.
Man they cheap there. They want 200 just to weld my pypes mufflers deletes in.
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Old 01-21-2012, 01:38 AM   #9
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I need to learn to weld.. Muffler shop here in town said he'd do a muffler delete reusing factory tips for $50! Y'all are getting SCREWED.. I realize the prices y'all are getting is relevant to your areas but holy sh*t on a stick!
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Man they cheap there. They want 200 just to weld my pypes mufflers deletes in.
That is outrageous!!! Don't pay that... Go somewhere else

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I have pypes muffler deletes. I like them just rightyone of loud.
I have those too- they are awesome... The tone is just so, so, so nice-they have that great low throaty growl, nice and loud when I put it down it roars and no drone. Really nice- id get them again in a flash.
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I paid 150 for a shop in Tucson to do a muffler delete using factory tips
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Re: exhaust

I have Roush Axel backs and love the sound. Great pur, yet loud/head turning when i want it to be.

Guy in town put them on for 45 bucks.
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I bought a set of pype bombs off a wreaked stang and used those tips but had a shop make mine from scratch and it sounds and looks great. Never buy name brands unless muffler deletes are to loud
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Hey guys going to buy some axlebacks and couldnt decide between roush or frpp sport...any help is much appreciated...
I would recommend not going with the Roush if you plan on putting an O/F H or X pipe on in the future, Unless you like your exhaust unbearable lol. (Which some do)
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I would recommend not going with the Roush if you plan on putting an O/F H or X pipe on in the future, Unless you like your exhaust unbearable lol. (Which some do)
Déjà vu, anyone?
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IMO do it big! You don't own a civic! You own a mustang 5.0!
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To me if i had a 5.0 which I will when the 13 comes out to play, it would get a full stainless works set up! Best sounding exhaust I've heard yet. But I really like the hush power sound that my mom and step dads has. Growls when you want it, no drone, and stays quiet around town until you lay into it.

Back on subject, y'all are getting screwed in prices to weld/fab muffler deletes. I know many places around here who would put in your x/h weld it up, throw a set of mid mufflers on and do a axleback muffler delete for around 150-225ish.
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I would recommend not going with the Roush if you plan on putting an O/F H or X pipe on in the future, Unless you like your exhaust unbearable lol. (Which some do)
Really good arguments think im going with the roushs tho after listening to the sound of some of the other guys cars on the forum....
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Really good arguments think im going with the roushs tho after listening to the sound of some of the other guys cars on the forum....

After the install let us know what you think.
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