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Old 05-03-2013, 11:23 PM   #1
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Exhaust Electric Cutouts

Guys, I'm new to the 5.0 scene...

I want to get a beefed up exhaust. My problem is that I work in a white collar job. I can't be having a super loud car.

I'm think electric cutouts are my best option for being white collar, but also being a menace when I want to be...


Tell me about your electric cutouts and your setup and possibly a video.
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Guys, I'm new to the 5.0 scene...

I want to get a beefed up exhaust. My problem is that I work in a white collar job. I can't be having a super loud car.

I'm think electric cutouts are my best option for being white collar, but also being a menace when I want to be...

Tell me about your electric cutouts and your setup and possibly a video.
Get the Boss side exhaust, QTP cutouts and keep the stock mufflers. Quiet till you flip a switch.
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Get the Boss side exhaust, QTP cutouts and keep the stock mufflers. Quiet till you flip a switch.
Sorry, definitely not willing to spend $1000+ just on exhaust ... I'm looking at just throwing on the Pypes cutouts (or an equivalent) which will still run me well under 1000 parts+install...
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Guys, I'm new to the 5.0 scene...

I want to get a beefed up exhaust. My problem is that I work in a white collar job. I can't be having a super loud car.

I'm think electric cutouts are my best option for being white collar, but also being a menace when I want to be...


Tell me about your electric cutouts and your setup and possibly a video.
DMH performance. Check them out best cutout

2013 mustang GT DMH Performance E-Cutout - YouTube

Here is my video. I think they cost 360 for the dual exhaust. Had them welded in for about 60$ and wired it up myself in about an hour
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I don't see how being "white collar" would ever effect your exhaust choice there is absolutely no connection between the two...
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Yea I agree with betty
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I'm thinking the same thing. Drive what you want and keep your foot out of it at work. You know, the whole Beach Boys deuce coupe purrs like a kitten until the lake pipes roar thing. I've had cars like that, putt around the neighborhood and loud when I put my foot in deep.
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Sorry, definitely not willing to spend $1000+ just on exhaust
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I don't see how being "white collar" would ever effect your exhaust choice there is absolutely no connection between the two...
Yeah....I have a white collar job and all my white collar coworkers love how insanely loud my car is. They are always talking about and joking about it with me. Even the ones I don't know very well when they find out I drive her.
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1 post answering my question 5 posts wasting my time. This place is worse than ModdedMustangs...

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1 post answering my question 5 posts wasting my time. This place is worse than ModdedMustangs...

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It is what is going to happen when you give silly reasons for why you want to do something. Had you just said you wanted cutouts people would have just given you answers. Let's also not count the fact there are countless other threads about cutouts from the past few weeks even.
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1 post answering my question 5 posts wasting my time. This place is worse than ModdedMustangs...

Thanks DJWils
I will see what I can do to find some information. I don't want you to think we all don't help on here no matter what the question is. Everyone has there reason for what they do to there cars. I don't think your reason is silly at all. I understand that you want to stay professional. ME can be a great place or information but there are some people on here that don't understand people's wants and needs.
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It is what is going to happen when you give silly reasons for why you want to do something. Had you just said you wanted cutouts people would have just given you answers. Let's also not count the fact there are countless other threads about cutouts from the past few weeks even.
Really! If your job status depends on what your co-workers/boss thinks of your car you need a new job. Or you're a troll. Either way, I don't think the answers were that out of line. If you want cut-outs on a budget, J. C. Whitney probablyhas some pre-rusted cable operated ones for under $50. If you're serious, I still believe you can get a quality system with no moving parts and you can control the volume with your right foot.
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Really! If your job status depends on what your co-workers/boss thinks of your car you need a new job. Or you're a troll. Either way, I don't think the answers were that out of line. If you want cut-outs on a budget, J. C. Whitney probablyhas some pre-rusted cable operated ones for under $50. If you're serious, I still believe you can get a quality system with no moving parts and you can control the volume with your right foot.
I didn't mean to come off like a jerk, but reading that you have to do something because of a white collar job just makes me lol. I work for an extremely uptight white collar company and you know what they understand? What you do outside of work that doesn't use their company name or put their company name at risk, isn't there business.
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Here is a one that I found that is not that much.

http://www.championmustang.com/moder...451a8d2c5282ec

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Guys please just answer this guys question and move on. Who cares where he works or what he wants. That is his choice not ours! ME is a great place for answers lets keep it that way. Please keep the unnecessary opinions out of it. This is about mustangs! Right!
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I didn't know this was North Korea where we are not allowed to speak our opinions....
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Im not even going to start cuz i dont want this guy to have a bad experience here.
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This guy seems like he has
a stick up his a$$

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First off, I'm gonna start by saying that in no way am I new to mustangs. I had a 98, a 2002 and now have a 2013. I understand how forums work as well. I've done plenty of research and work on my own (you'd see that if you check the link in my signature.)

I made a specific request and gave my reasoning for it. I wanted to know more about exhaust cutouts. On a 2013 there is very little info out there compared to what's out there for 2009 and earlier vehicles. I didn't ask about axle backs and I certainly didn't ask about whether or not my exhaust note should have any forbearance on my job and what kind it is.

You guys need to stop acting like you know everything and certainly not make the assumptions that I dont know whether or not my work environment should affect what I do with my car.

Do yourself a favor and next time sometime someone asks for help, just provide some help.

Unfortunately all you guys (the ones who found it more important to school me on the social stigma of NY exhaust and my job) did was make me stereotype all of the users on this site as immature and unhelpful...
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opcorn: I have no dog in the fight but when anybody asks any question, how they ask it will determine the response given. These guys that responded to you are some of the most knowledgeable mustang guys you will ever meet.

You have to know saying "I'm white collar" is going to come across to some people as saying, "I'm better" depending upon the context of the conversation.

It's no big deal to me. There are some great guys here. Don't be offended just because some of them want u to make a decision about your personal car based upon how you want it, not your boss or coworkers.

Just relax brother. Don't let things like that get to you.
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opcorn: I have no dog in the fight but when anybody asks any question, how they ask it will determine the response given. These guys that responded to you are some of the most knowledgeable mustang guys you will ever meet.

You have to know saying "I'm white collar" is going to come across to some people as saying, "I'm better" depending upon the context of the conversation.

It's no big deal to me. There are some great guys here. Don't be offended just because some of them want u to make a decision about your personal car based upon how you want it, not your boss or coworkers.

Just relax brother. Don't let things like that get to you.
+1 well said brotha. That was my point all along. I think the mustang should be yours and be styled the way you want it. Not someone else. If you want a screaming exhaust go for it. If you want to be able to flip a switch and make it quiet. So be it. Just don't blame someone else for why you are doing XY and Z.

Guess I am just immature for thinking that.
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Yeah, I wish I had the cash to do some catless X myself. I'd do that in a heartbeat. I don't want it to be deafening in the cabin, but I want it unleashed!

Don't be upset OP. we got your back here. Just be you and real with us.

I'm white collar too btw. A lot here are. I respect anybodies line of work. Don't care if its McDonald's or the White House, we like to see people do well.

I've thought about electronic prochamber or something like that, just not researched it myself.
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I went back, did a whole more research and decided to start with a Roush Axle Back. Going to find out how much it's going to be to have them installed.
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Why not install them yourself?
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Why not install them yourself?
I had done so much to my new edge that I got exhausted doing them. I kind of just want to hand it over to someone and just say get it done, and then take the car back in condition with little to no problems...
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I got SLP axle backs and love them. I've not heard the Roush. When you get them on, post us a link to hear them. Congrats man.
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I went back, did a whole more research and decided to start with a Roush Axle Back. Going to find out how much it's going to be to have them installed.
I think you'll like the roush, they are pretty quiet unless you have your foot in it.
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I got SLP axle backs and love them. I've not heard the Roush. When you get them on, post us a link to hear them. Congrats man.
I'm too scared of the SLP's. Every video I hear them in, they sound like monsters... maybe down the road.
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They have a but of a muscle car rumble but you have to get in it pretty good to make them scream.
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Unless you're catless. then you're unleashing hell all the time.
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I'd like to find a good catless X. Even used that would fit my car.
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Guys, I'm new to the 5.0 scene...

I want to get a beefed up exhaust. My problem is that I work in a white collar job. I can't be having a super loud car.

I'm think electric cutouts are my best option for being white collar, but also being a menace when I want to be...

Tell me about your electric cutouts and your setup and possibly a video.
Actually I'm in the same situation, there are 3 advisors to the company that I'm a partner in and I thought for a moment that they might look down on the adolescence of my loud 5.0 but honestly they have brought me on board for my capabilities, my passion, and my bottom line. And the mustang comes with it. PERIOD.

2 of them daily drive Ferraris and they have nothing but nice things to say about the Stang. We all got a horse on the grille
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1 post answering my question 5 posts wasting my time. This place is worse than ModdedMustangs...

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Simple, white collar job means you should have bought an M3 or a C63 AMG. Haha Jk For exhaust I would just go with boss side exhaust and QTP cutouts. If 1k looks like a lot then it is. Exhaust is probably the most expensive Bolton and you gotta get quality parts to keep it quite when you want it to be.
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