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Old 07-14-2013, 03:26 AM   #1
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Custom X-pype and kook exhaust finished on my GT

Hey everyone so I just got my x-pype and Kook exhaust installed on my mustang I recorded a sample for everyone tell me what you guys think
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Sounds awesome, wish mine sounds like that.. Sweet set up...
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damnit girl that sounds good!!!
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damnit girl that sounds good!!!
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Thanks everyone yeah I was really happy with the results now I can't wait to get my long tube headers and my cams and ill be a happy baby lol
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be prepared to drop a few grand for cams for a big torque loss and only top end 6000+ rpm pickup and loosing 30* of tivct ability.. IMOP not worth it. keep stock cams and look for other mods to pick up power in other areas. Intake manifold, throttle body, gears and a tune will be cheaper then the cams and intall and pick up more power and be a better upgrade.
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be prepared to drop a few grand for cams for a big torque loss and only top end 6000+ rpm pickup and loosing 30* of tivct ability.. IMOP not worth it. keep stock cams and look for other mods to pick up power in other areas. Intake manifold, throttle body, gears and a tune will be cheaper then the cams and intall and pick up more power and be a better upgrade.
Yeah I already looked at the price and I don't mind the money for the cams but I have to research what they would do. I've been thinking about the ford racing manifold and I still have suspension in the works for the next 3 months. Yeah I already got my tuner it's a world of difference and I'm getting 3.73 gears it would be the most i would go with cause of it being automatic Im also planning a roush super charger later this year
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I love that sound. Beautiful looking Stang.
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sounds great, will only get better with the long tubes
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