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Old 12-17-2012, 11:42 AM   #1
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I know exhaust is all about what you like. But i am in between roush axlebacks, slp loudmouths, boss side exhaust, or stainless works catback with all besides the boss im going to run leathal performance off road x pipe. Which will give me that deep growl ?
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Roush axle back! All day every day!
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Roush axle back! All day every day!
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That's what I wanted to put on mine, but I have Steeda axle backs and it's alllllllllllll welded. So i can't just change them out

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I know exhaust is all about what you like. But i am in between roush axlebacks, slp loudmouths, boss side exhaust, or stainless works catback with all besides the boss im going to run leathal performance off road x pipe. Which will give me that deep growl ?
Go to AMs site. They have some sound clips.
I was searching for axle backs before I even bought my car.
I listened to the sound clips about 1,000 times and I always came back to the roush axle back.
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Borla s type !! Lol
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Yea that is what im leaning more towards but i like the stainless works also but probly will go with roush axle backs so i can put the rest of the money on the boss intake manifold. Im also using the diablo sport t1000 tuner and its nice.lol
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Muffs are really personal. If your looking for a deeper noise though. You want an o/r H pipe. Not the X. The X is really raspy. If your after that clean deep muscle sound id say the H coupled with the roush or gt500 muffs would be a great combo.
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Also it going on 2012 mustang 5.0
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I have an 11 5.0 with the roush axle back and it's great. But it depends if you want something with or without cats an what you're willing to spend .
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Roush is probably a higher pitch than what you're looking for if you want deep
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Its going to be leathal performance off road x pipe cat deletes
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Its going to be leathal performance off road x pipe cat deletes
That in itself is going to be raspy and not deep. Just so you know.
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Muffs are really personal. If your looking for a deeper noise though. You want an o/r H pipe. Not the X. The X is really raspy. If your after that clean deep muscle sound id say the H coupled with the roush or gt500 muffs would be a great combo.
X-pipe or H-pipe, there is very little difference in them sound wise!.. The "rasp" that you are referring to has more to do with the muffler used and less with the mid pipe!.. A buddy of mine has the exact same Cat-Back setup as me, except he has an H-pipe vs my X-pipe!.. You can not tell the difference in the two unless they are parked side by side!.. And even then it is difficult!..
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I say Kooks catback and a Lethal off road H-pipe. This is what I have and it has a very nice tone. Here's a video of what it sounds like.
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If you want deep? Go with Borla Atak! Try these links, both are the same but l wasn't sure if the first would work.

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I say Kooks catback and a Lethal off road H-pipe. This is what I have and it has a very nice tone. Here's a video of what it sounds like.
Holy crap that thing sounds amazing.
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As far as the X-pipe and raspy, it really depends on what pipe you run. No cats and a X-pipe will sound really load and raspy. I run Borla with a off road X and high flow cats and mines not raspy at all.
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As far as the X-pipe and raspy, it really depends on what pipe you run. No cats and a X-pipe will sound really load and raspy. I run Borla with a off road X and high flow cats and mines not raspy at all.
It isn't an o/r x if you have cats of any kind...
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It isn't an o/r x if you have cats of any kind...
The Borla package I bought came with the high flow cats, the X pipe I bought was a off road X then I hooked up the Borla package I bought and it add the high flow cats right where the X pipe ends.
The X pipe itself has originally bought a off road X then I added high flow cats later.
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If you go O/R xpipe and SLP get ready for one loud *** mustang!!! In my opinion I would go with Borla Attak or Bassani, X pipes go good with a round muffler so magnapacks sound good as well!
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Think I'm going with the roush axlebacks with the leathal performance off road x pipe should sound good.
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Think I'm going with the roush axlebacks with the leathal performance off road x pipe should sound good.
It's gna sound nasty dude. WAYYYYYY too much rasp it's gna be annoying.
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It's gna sound nasty dude. WAYYYYYY too much rasp it's gna be annoying.
Absolutely not at all. Check out the vids in my sig. I love mine and I any it louder still
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Not sure why everyone jumps straight to the rasp argument, lots of people love that tone. I personally think it sounds nasty (in a good way)
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Not sure why everyone jumps straight to the rasp argument, lots of people love that tone. I personally think it sounds nasty (in a good way)
I have Roush Axlebacks and put headers and xpipe and OMG TOO ****EN LOUD AND TOO MUCH RASP. Lol I put resonators to tame the rasp.
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X-pipe or H-pipe, there is very little difference in them sound wise!.. The "rasp" that you are referring to has more to do with the muffler used and less with the mid pipe!.. A buddy of mine has the exact same Cat-Back setup as me, except he has an H-pipe vs my X-pipe!.. You can not tell the difference in the two unless they are parked side by side!.. And even then it is difficult!..
I completely disagree. I've had an H and a X both off road. Both the same manufacturer and the x sounded raspy and harsh where the H sounded deep and strong. I will never put a x on a V8 mustangs.
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I completely disagree. I've had an H and a X both off road. Both the same manufacturer and the x sounded raspy and harsh where the H sounded deep and strong. I will never put a x on a V8 mustangs.
Bro your 100% correct everyone knows X is for rasp and high pitch loud and H is for deep aggressive loud
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Not sure why everyone jumps straight to the rasp argument, lots of people love that tone. I personally think it sounds nasty (in a good way)
I think in this case it's just because he said he wanted a deep rumble but says he is putting an x with roush on. Not that it won't sound good, but it's also not going to be the sound he described that he wanted.
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I think in this case it's just because he said he wanted a deep rumble but says he is putting an x with roush on. Not that it won't sound good, but it's also not going to be the sound he described that he wanted.
I'm just saying check every thread where an xpipe is mentioned and the next comment is raspy, like its a bad thing
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I'm just saying check every thread where an xpipe is mentioned and the next comment is raspy, like its a bad thing
The "Rasp" is also determined from what muffler your using too!.. I've got Pypes O/R X-pipe with CherryBomb Vortex Cat Back and have zero "Rasp" to it!.. It's another thing people don't seem to understand!.. The sound of your exhaust is also determined by what type of Muffler/Car Back set up you have!.. If your using a Baffled style of Muffler with an X-pipe then you'll get plenty of "Rasp!.."
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The "Rasp" is also determined from what muffler your using too!.. I've got Pypes O/R X-pipe with CherryBomb Vortex Cat Back and have zero "Rasp" to it!.. It's another thing people don't seem to understand!.. The sound of your exhaust is also determined by what type of Muffler/Car Back set up you have!.. If your using a Baffled style of Muffler with an X-pipe then you'll get plenty of "Rasp!.."
That is what I am set to see tonight or tomorrow morning when I install my new borlas and take of the roush. I have heard they maintane their deep aggressive sound even with the X.
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That is what I am set to see tonight or tomorrow morning when I install my new borlas and take of the roush. I have heard they maintane their deep aggressive sound even with the X.
U have an o/r x? You've got to let me know how this goes. I'm thinking about doing the same.
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U have an o/r x? You've got to let me know how this goes. I'm thinking about doing the same.
Yes o/r x. Will have videos and thoughts as I will drive the car around a little too.
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Yes o/r x. Will have videos and thoughts as I will drive the car around a little too.
Ok cool. What o/r x do you have?
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Ok cool. What o/r x do you have?
JBA 3" to 2.75" modular x pipe
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