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Old 07-06-2013, 12:44 PM   #1
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looking for the best bang for my buck with exhaust,

flowmaster outlaw or fordracing gt500 style axle backs, also what will work better with my headers?


also open to other suggestions

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Get the Roush, you will love them. I was in your exact position and after all the reviewing I went with the roush. Best decision especially for the money.
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Go with the Roush axle back! They sound amazing under WOT but 0 drone on the highway
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Got this done this weekend. Cost me 140 dollars and 2 hrs wait becuase I'm not that good with a welder. Let me tell you this car is as quiet as a mouse if you drive her light. Then she roars like a lion race car if you give it some go go.

Heartthrob is the cheapest version of straight pipe axel back replacements and they are 235.00 plus shipping. I love the way my car sounds now. Below 2K RPM or cruise control super quiet, go go time it's like a race car. I have all stock exhaust, other than muffler deletes. Using Ford Pro Cal tune.

Gonna finish painting the tips black next weekend.
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looking for the best bang for my buck with exhaust,

flowmaster outlaw or fordracing gt500 style axle backs, also what will work better with my headers?


also open to other suggestions

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Stay Away from Pype's Pype Bombs, they look great and sound great on start up; but have a Bad Drone in the 1800-2000 rpm range under load--this is 65-75 mph range on the highway (SelectShift--2013-GT).
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Got this done this weekend. Cost me 140 dollars and 2 hrs wait becuase I'm not that good with a welder. Let me tell you this car is as quiet as a mouse if you drive her light. Then she roars like a lion race car if you give it some go go.

Heartthrob is the cheapest version of straight pipe axel back replacements and they are 235.00 plus shipping. I love the way my car sounds now. Below 2K RPM or cruise control super quiet, go go time it's like a race car. I have all stock exhaust, other than muffler deletes. Using Ford Pro Cal tune.

Gonna finish painting the tips black next weekend.
That's pretty much what I had on my car. Great sound, but then i went ahead and deleted the cats! Holysmokes! Its loud. Imo sounds great until you go over 4k rpm then its just too much.
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Stay Away from Pype's Pype Bombs, they look great and sound great on start up; but have a Bad Drone in the 1800-2000 rpm range under load--this is 65-75 mph range on the highway (SelectShift--2013-GT).
Got that rt I have them on my 10gt.although they do sound mean but having them for a year I'm bored but the drone is kinda annoying.going to save and get the roush offroad catback.but I've heard the roush on a 13 in my area and its sounds good.
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Got that rt I have them on my 10gt.although they do sound mean but having them for a year I'm bored but the drone is kinda annoying.going to save and get the roush offroad catback.but I've heard the roush on a 13 in my area and its sounds good.
I got these a couple of months ago and they sounded louder than the American Muscle video comparison to the Stock muffler. I was pretty happy with the sound for in town driving, though that's when I noticed the drone at that special range. It's odd, if you just rev the engine through that range, there's nothing; but put it in gear and 'there it is'. But on the highway, that's where it's Unbelieveable !
I don't have the $$$$ to sink into a different exhaust system right now, so I'm going to investigate some possible solutions, in between my Summer time projects. I may consult a prof at the local university, in the Fall. I'll be sure to share any positive solutions I stumble on to.
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I got these a couple of months ago and they sounded louder than the American Muscle video comparison to the Stock muffler. I was pretty happy with the sound for in town driving, though that's when I noticed the drone at that special range. It's odd, if you just rev the engine through that range, there's nothing; but put it in gear and 'there it is'. But on the highway, that's where it's Unbelieveable !
I don't have the $$$$ to sink into a different exhaust system right now, so I'm going to investigate some possible solutions, in between my Summer time projects. I may consult a prof at the local university, in the Fall. I'll be sure to share any positive solutions I stumble on to.
They say the m80s would help with the drone.and as much as I want to buy a tuner don't have the money fix the motor or computer if anything god wrong so I'm just buying the roush cb and then sell the bombs.but they do sound good but the drone is annoying to me now an want a different exhaust note
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Another axleback thread. Hmmm.... Did a quick search for you...
http://www.mustangevolution.com/foru...archid=2689134

Search button is your friend.
PS. i love my Roush. Stay away if you're planning on getting rid of the cats though.
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^Or look at the other 5 exhaust threads literally on the first page. Out of control. exhausting....
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^Or look at the other 5 exhaust threads literally on the first page. Out of control. exhausting....
IIIIII see what u did there........ lol.
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I would go with FRPP. They have many great review, and will not give you any drone. They are also the most affordable.
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I would go with FRPP. They have many great review, and will not give you any drone. They are also the most affordable.
What's FRPP?
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What's FRPP?
Ford Racing Performance Parts. No its not same as OEM Ford parts and No its not the same company, and Yes they will affect your warranty just like any other brand would (Although you dont have to worry about that with axlebacks, just letting ya know for the future).
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Ford Racing Performance Parts. No its not same as OEM Ford parts and No its not the same company, and Yes they will affect your warranty just like any other brand would (Although you dont have to worry about that with axlebacks, just letting ya know for the future).
Thanks for all that Info, and anticipated furhter questions. That's how Newbies get educated.
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Thanks for all that Info, and anticipated furhter questions. That's how Newbies get educated.
No problem man!
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SLP is where to be !!!
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SLP is where to be !!!
I would not recommend going with a straight pipe muffler design such as the SLP, heartthrob, pypes, etc. These types of mufflers are less expensive, but they tend to have a lot more drone, especially if you look at adding other exhaust parts down the road.
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I would not recommend going with a straight pipe muffler design such as the SLP, heartthrob, pypes, etc. These types of mufflers are less expensive, but they tend to have a lot more drone, especially if you look at adding other exhaust parts down the road.
+1. They sound good at start or and lower rpms, but not for me up top. And as he already mentioned, these cars really tend to drone with a straight pipe.
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To each his own ya'know, I love the sound of my pipes cant wait to put an x on their next !!!!
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To each his own ya'know, I love the sound of my pipes cant wait to put an x on their next !!!!
I hear ya man. A lot of people hate the Roushs too. No sweat of my back either. I love um haha.
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