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Old 06-16-2013, 05:20 AM   #106
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No problem! Which one are you going with?
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Going to go with the FRPP Sport!! I had a 2007 GT Convertible that I put the Ford Racing GT axle-back. Really liked those. Just traded it for the 2013 after 142,000 enjoyable miles!!!!
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Going to go with the FRPP Sport!! I had a 2007 GT Convertible that I put the Ford Racing GT axle-back. Really liked those. Just traded it for the 2013 after 142,000 enjoyable miles!!!!
Awesome Jim! I don't have to tell you that you made the right choice :beer:
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From what I have heard, the FRPP axle backs are great, and they are within your budget.

I went a different route. I originally had Roush, but they quickly became annoying because of the rasp in the higher rpms. I added the Heartthrob catback with flowpacks to cut down on the rasp, but it really didn't do anything.

I then switched to the RTRs. They are awesome! Deep with no drone or rasp. They are perfect.

After adding them, I got the Kooks headers and kooks boss h pipe with sidepipes. It is louds as f#^&! Just makes passing a slow driver that much more fun!



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From what I have heard, the FRPP axle backs are great, and they are within your budget.

I went a different route. I originally had Roush, but they quickly became annoying because of the rasp in the higher rpms. I added the Heartthrob catback with flowpacks to cut down on the rasp, but it really didn't do anything.

I then switched to the RTRs. They are awesome! Deep with no drone or rasp. They are perfect.

After adding them, I got the Kooks headers and kooks boss h pipe with sidepipes. It is louds as f#^&! Just makes passing a slow driver that much more fun!



Man that sounds amazing! How much we're the boss side pipes
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Kooks headers - $935
Kooks catted boss h-pipe - $704
Kooks Sidepipes - $565

Unfortunately, to use the kooks h pipe with the side cutouts you have to get the headers too. You could get the Ford boss h pipe and the kooks sidepipes, but at that point you might as well go all kooks so you get the HP.
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you will gain more hp my deleting the cats.
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You do gain hp by deleting the cats, but then you have to worry about passing emissions and keeping the cats in will dampen some drone.
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Kooks headers - $935
Kooks catted boss h-pipe - $704
Kooks Sidepipes - $565

Unfortunately, to use the kooks h pipe with the side cutouts you have to get the headers too. You could get the Ford boss h pipe and the kooks sidepipes, but at that point you might as well go all kooks so you get the HP.
Dude, you're in luck. I just took my Kooks H quad h pipe off with the kooks side pipes. I'm PCSing to Germany and they wont pass their emissions. The mid pipe has 20 miles on them and the cats have none. I also have a new set of kooks headers here chilling. I'll shoot you a PM, I have no use for the mid pipe and side pipes anymore.
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Kooks headers - $935
Kooks catted boss h-pipe - $704
Kooks Sidepipes - $565

Unfortunately, to use the kooks h pipe with the side cutouts you have to get the headers too. You could get the Ford boss h pipe and the kooks sidepipes, but at that point you might as well go all kooks so you get the HP.
Man way to expensive for me :\
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I would just with the FRPP GT500 mufflers if you are looking to not brake the bank, otherwise get a credit line increase and go all out!
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I would just with the FRPP GT500 mufflers if you are looking to not brake the bank, otherwise get a credit line increase and go all out!
Already went with Roush and not looking back! There the best sounding muffler on the market
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Already went with Roush and not looking back! There the best sounding muffler on the market
That's great, man! Just don't remove the cats or remove the resonators or the Roush get insanely raspy. I made that mistake.
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That's great, man! Just don't remove the cats or remove the resonators or the Roush get insanely raspy. I made that mistake.
What If I get long tube headers? How will that sound and yeah I've heard that from many people
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What If I get long tube headers? How will that sound and yeah I've heard that from many people
Adding long tubes would make the Roush extremely loud. It might not be as raspy as mine were, but it will get to the point of the exhaust being obnoxious. Typically if you get LTs you need a catted or offroad pipe to go with them. Usually the aftermarket catted pipes flow better than stock. This would lead to a lot louder exhaust and could increase the rasp as well. That is why I sold my Roush for the RTRs. They got rid of the rasp and and toned loudness down to the level I wanted after adding the headers.

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Not to mention if you get a x pipe instead of a h pipe down the road, that will just add to the rasp even more.
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Adding long tubes would make the Roush extremely loud. It might not be as raspy as mine were, but it will get to the point of the exhaust being obnoxious. Typically if you get LTs you need a catted or offroad pipe to go with them. Usually the aftermarket catted pipes flow better than stock. This would lead to a lot louder exhaust and could increase the rasp as well. That is why I sold my Roush for the RTRs. They got rid of the rasp and and toned loudness down to the level I wanted after adding the headers.

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Not to mention if you get a x pipe instead of a h pipe down the road, that will just add to the rasp even more.
You should pos a video of it! Like doing a quick drive And a few pulls inside and outside your car
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You should pos a video of it! Like doing a quick drive And a few pulls inside and outside your car
I would if I still had the roush axle backs, but I sold them for the RTRs. I posted some videos of the RTRs in earlier posts.
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GT500's, that is all...lol!
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GT500's, that is all...lol!
GT500's are great! I just wish they were 3". Then they would be perfect.
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GT500's are great! I just wish they were 3". Then they would be perfect.
What part of the GT500's are you referring to? The tips are 4" tips, and the inlet is 2.75"
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What part of the GT500's are you referring to? The tips are 4" tips, and the inlet is 2.75"
The inlet.
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Ah ok, I thought you wanted 3" tips lol
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Ah ok, I thought you wanted 3" tips lol
Definitely not. That would look terrible.
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I went with Roush!!!
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I went with Roush!!!
The roush are some good mufflers, just don't plan on adding any other exhuast mods. IMO, adding additional exhaust mods that increase the flow make the roush mufflers sound way to raspy and obnoxious. Roush is great for a stock car though.
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The roush are some good mufflers, just don't plan on adding any other exhuast mods. IMO, adding additional exhaust mods that increase the flow make the roush mufflers sound way to raspy and obnoxious. Roush is great for a stock car though.

Yea not planning on adding other exhaust!! .. Next mod .. Rims and lower car!
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FRPP Sport Axle Backs have arrived!!! Will have them installed tomorrow!!! Anxious!! Will try to post before/after clips!!
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FRPP Sport Axle Backs have arrived!!! Will have them installed tomorrow!!! Anxious!! Will try to post before/after clips!!
Congrats! I think you'll love them the second you turn the key.
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You will absolutely love them, I still can't get over mine, I put them on in march, and I drive my car very often
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FRPP SPORT Axle Backs installed. Really really like them!! Just the right tone! Tried to get a sound clip but really sounded bad on this phone, but believe me, the sound is great!!!
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I have Borla S Type axle backs, and just did the resonator delete today... Here a quick iPhone video, proves it no justice, I love it!!

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I have Borla S Type axle backs, and just did the resonator delete today... Here a quick iPhone video, proves it no justice, I love it!!

http://youtu.be/aTrTAOmLVvY
I told ya. It's the icing on the cake. Especially with a tame and great sounding muffler, something that has a nice throaty sound, deleting the resonators just makes it perfect. No rasp, no drone, just perfect. There's only a few axle backs where no resonators work. And I was a firm believe that the s-types would be one of them. Great choice Greg!
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I got a good deal on a set of flow master outlaw axle backs on my new 5.0 and they sound real nice they'll keep me happy until I can save for some Borlas!!! that's what I had on my 07 GT
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