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Old 08-03-2013, 02:04 AM   #1
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FRPP Sport axle back not loud enough

I went with the Ford Racing Sport thinking it was close to the Borla S type. Spoke with the Borla guys and they said they make the Frpp and it is similar to the s type. Well. it is deep and throaty, but not loud enough at wot for me. I guess I will have to upgrade to get the sound I want.
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I'm wondering if the Ford racing x pipe will wake it up at wot. Don't really want to shell out for another set of mufflers. It sounds great up to 3k rpm, but doesn't get much louder above that. Looking for a little scream at wot.
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An off road h or x pipe will get you there
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I went with the Ford Racing Sport thinking it was close to the Borla S type. Spoke with the Borla guys and they said they make the Frpp and it is similar to the s type. Well. it is deep and throaty, but not loud enough at wot for me. I guess I will have to upgrade to get the sound I want.
Do you know how that compares to the GT 500 mufflers?

I have the Roush axel back, I love them but considering trading for the 500s.
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Thanks ThinBlue, have you experienced this yourself? Stock is already an H ad I understand, granted not offroad.

Ftodaro, if you listen to late model restoration video of the FRPP Sport, it is pretty accurate. I thought it would be much louder under load above 3k, but not so much now that I have it. It sounds good, just doesnt bark at higher revs like my magnaflow catback used to on my mach 1.
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U definitely don't have to change your axlebacks, they are probably one of the best out there, if messing with the factory H pipe isn't in your best interest right now, u can delete the dented in resonator for a little extra sound with a straight pipe at an exhaust shop. Should run u about $100-$150, did it to mine and it made a pretty significant difference at WOT and this is with my S types which is about the same as the Ford Racing Sport

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The sports are loud with LT's and offroad x pipe... Ask me how I know lol
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That sounds like a good route to go grabber blue. Do you have the frpp or borla? Wish I could hear it!
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my setup

Im running American racing long tubes and 3" O/R X-pipe and bassani's race axle back. I get complements every time I drive the car. Last night at the drag strip a guy with the 23 COBRA JET of 2010 told me my car sounded wicked for a street car. But its really up to you
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The sports are loud with LT's and offroad x pipe... Ask me how I know lol
Do u hand a clip of your setup? Looking to go Lt's and an offroad pipe soon.
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Yep!

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I went with the Ford Racing Sport thinking it was close to the Borla S type. Spoke with the Borla guys and they said they make the Frpp and it is similar to the s type. Well. it is deep and throaty, but not loud enough at wot for me. I guess I will have to upgrade to get the sound I want.
You do want to drive around town without being stopped every 5 minutes for a loud car?
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You do want to drive around town without being stopped every 5 minutes for a loud car?
never been pulled over for a loud car and I had borla ataks...
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It really depends on where you live. I've been pulled over for Roush mufflers with longtubes...
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The sports are loud with LT's and offroad x pipe... Ask me how I know lol
Did you upgrade to LT's and off road x at the same time. I just sold my roush and am buying gt500 and very next purchase is x pipe. Did they get loud with the x pipe. Also. Which x did you go with.
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Did you upgrade to LT's and off road x at the same time. I just sold my roush and am buying gt500 and very next purchase is x pipe. Did they get loud with the x pipe. Also. Which x did you go with.
I added longtubes and a CATTED X-pipe, and it was too loud...I can't imagine how bad it would be with an offroad. I went to GT500's, and it's perfect now.
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Yeah. I don't plan on headers in the near future unfortunately.
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Did you upgrade to LT's and off road x at the same time. I just sold my roush and am buying gt500 and very next purchase is x pipe. Did they get loud with the x pipe. Also. Which x did you go with.
No, I already had the offroad x pipe with roush mufflers, then I got tired of the toneless noise dump that they project so I upgraded to the FRPP sports. An x pipe will not necessarily make your exhaust louder, but going catless will. I had the UPR/BBR/lethal x pipe but when I upgraded to LT's I went with stainless works offroad midpipe. GT500's will be pretty mellow even with the offroad exhaust, but will still be louder
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Yeah. I don't plan on headers in the near future unfortunately.
If you do plan on eventually getting long tubes on the future, try to go with that manufacturers midpipe. These will cost more but will often be modular, and they can be used with the stock manifold as well as that manufacturers LT's. it'll save money later when you do get the long tubes.
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If you do plan on eventually getting long tubes on the future, try to go with that manufacturers midpipe. These will cost more but will often be modular, and they can be used with the stock manifold as well as that manufacturers LT's. it'll save money later when you do get the long tubes.
So if I get stainless off road x and gt500. It will sound louder than just the gt500's. and will also net me more hp due to the off road x pipe. And when I decide to go to long tubes ill just get stainless.
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So if I get stainless off road x and gt500. It will sound louder than just the gt500's. and will also net me more hp due to the off road x pipe. And when I decide to go to long tubes ill just get stainless.
Actually, after looking a little more at them, they don't seem to be as easily interchangeable as I thought. You should be able to use the x pipe you bought but you would have to buy a short straight pipe to replace the long bent portion to fit with the long tube headers
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Actually, after looking a little more at them, they don't seem to be as easily interchangeable as I thought. You should be able to use the x pipe you bought but you would have to buy a short straight pipe to replace the long bent portion to fit with the long tube headers
I haven't bought a x-pipe. I have roush. But am selling them and getting gt500's. I want to buy an off road x-pipe next bc those delete the cats from what I understand (off road) an will give me more hp. I actually don't know to much about the whole exhaust. But didn't want to start a whole new forum for this.
If I go (brand) off road x-pipe and gt500's ab's. that should net me more hp then regular exhaust due to the off road x pipe deleting the cats?
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I haven't bought a x-pipe. I have roush. But am selling them and getting gt500's. I want to buy an off road x-pipe next bc those delete the cats from what I understand (off road) an will give me more hp. I actually don't know to much about the whole exhaust. But didn't want to start a whole new forum for this.
If I go (brand) off road x-pipe and gt500's ab's. that should net me more hp then regular exhaust due to the off road x pipe deleting the cats?
Absolutely, going catless will yield higher gains than any other exhaust upgrade you can make on the 11+ 5.0
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Cut the resonators out. Maybe 100 bucks at an exhaust shop. Won't lose any hp or anything. Won't gain either. Still keep all the cats no messing with O2 sensors. And I went from roush axle back to cutting the resonators out. And hot damn it opened it up. And you only hear it at WOT normal driving conditions. Not even noticeable.
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Absolutely, going catless will yield higher gains than any other exhaust upgrade you can make on the 11+ 5.0
Alright. Thanks for the reassurance brother. Is it a hard job changing the x pipe??
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Alright. Thanks for the reassurance brother. Is it a hard job changing the x pipe??
Depends.
The more ground clearance you have the better.
I put my mid pipe in using jacks and stuff
I later took it to an exhaust shop and they straightened everything out for 30 bucks
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Depends.
The more ground clearance you have the better.
I put my mid pipe in using jacks and stuff
I later took it to an exhaust shop and they straightened everything out for 30 bucks
Alright. Thanks.
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Cut the resonators out. Maybe 100 bucks at an exhaust shop. Won't lose any hp or anything. Won't gain either. Still keep all the cats no messing with O2 sensors. And I went from roush axle back to cutting the resonators out. And hot damn it opened it up. And you only hear it at WOT normal driving conditions. Not even noticeable.
This sounds like a good option to wake up my FRPP axle back, although I am worried it won't have the deep rumble. Tough decision to cut them out hoping it won't ruin the sweet low rumble in the low rpms.
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This sounds like a good option to wake up my FRPP axle back, although I am worried it won't have the deep rumble. Tough decision to cut them out hoping it won't ruin the sweet low rumble in the low rpms.
Like Yuckooo said resonator deletes make them pretty loud at WOT while lower rpms remains about the same. I'm also into the deep rumble, I'm very happy with the deletes, but it made mine a bit raspier a WOT, but not bad at all, just sounds more beastly... I don't plan on doing anything else to it exhaust wise anytime soon, sounds about perfect IMHO
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I just got my GT500 Axleback installed and I was also wondering about cutting the resonators. I think it's sounds awesome now I'd just like for it to be a little louder at idle and acceleration but no drone. Can anyone who has done this chime in?
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Like Yuckooo said resonator deletes make them pretty loud at WOT while lower rpms remains about the same. I'm also into the deep rumble, I'm very happy with the deletes, but it made mine a bit raspier a WOT, but not bad at all, just sounds more beastly... I don't plan on doing anything else to it exhaust wise anytime soon, sounds about perfect IMHO
Do you know if deleting the resonators will void your warranty??
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Do you know if deleting the resonators will void your warranty??
No it will not void a warranty. And for an update I deleted my resonators for my gt500 Axleback and it sounds so much better. It's louder but not too loud and there's still no drone on the highway. Anyone thinking about doing it should.
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No it will not void a warranty. And for an update I deleted my resonators for my gt500 Axleback and it sounds so much better. It's louder but not too loud and there's still no drone on the highway. Anyone thinking about doing it should.
Thanks for the info. Will be doing it next.
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I just got my GT500 Axleback installed and I was also wondering about cutting the resonators. I think it's sounds awesome now I'd just like for it to be a little louder at idle and acceleration but no drone. Can anyone who has done this chime in?
I made a thread recently about it. I had mine cut off. Sounds a bit louder at idle and under acceleration but I love that the exhaust pops more on decel.

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No it will not void a warranty. And for an update I deleted my resonators for my gt500 Axleback and it sounds so much better. It's louder but not too loud and there's still no drone on the highway. Anyone thinking about doing it should.
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