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Old 04-09-2014, 10:25 PM   #1
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Who has Roush AB's on there 5.0??

Hey guys, so I finally decided to go with the Roush exhaust and was wondering who else had them on there Stang! I'd like to see some pics and videos if anyone has any of them doing it. I hear its easy to install them but I just dont want them crooked or loose! lol
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I did mine in my garage in like 30 mins, I also don't like crooked exhaust so I had to just mess around with it until it was perfect
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I do. Love mine. I have the black powder coated tips. Dont have any good video/sound clips though. Ill get it eventually. Here is a pic from when I first installed them though. Hard to get visible shots with the tips being black. The install took a few hours i want to say. I am not too mechanically inclined, so it was a learning experience for me. My brother did most of the work.

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Scc2014GT, Sweet! Im with ya bud, I am not great with those types of skills either. Im going to just take them to the local muffler shop. $50 bucks to put them on, not to bad. I liked the black tips, just decided to go with the chrome ones though, add a lil flash to the a$$!

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Yea I would have done them again also, but 30 mins man? you must do them all the time.
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i've heard them in person, they sound great, they were on an otherwise stock exhaust. \
they get too loud and raspy when not running cats IMO
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When I installed mine, I put the rear wheels up on some ramps. I took the factory exhaust off by unbolting the brackets and taking them down with the mufflers. I put the brackets on the Roush mufflers and bolted them back up.


You may be able to change out the exhaust with the car flat on the ground depending on how big you are. When I removed the Roush AB and put the GT500 AB on, I did it with the car flat on the ground since I didn't have my ramps with me. It was a little bit more difficult but I got it done.


To get the tips straight, leave the clamps loose where the over the axle pipes meet the AB pipes. It's easier if you have someone to help so they can center the tips in the cutout while you tighten down the clamp bolts.


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Mine are for sale.

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Roush's AB'S of course.

$300 too much?

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Roush's AB'S of course.

$300 too much?

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Yea I would probably say thats a little high. Depends on condition and age and really what you want for them. There about 30 pounds so not that bad on shipping....
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The Roush AB is $469 new from most everywhere I've seen it listed. If the system is fairly new, I would say $300 is a fair price.


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The Roush AB is $469 new from most everywhere I've seen it listed. If the system is fairly new, I would say $300 is a fair price.


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I agree, only if its in pretty darn good condition. It is $469 at most places but AM offers us guys on the forum an extra 6% off, but yes $300 would be a decent price if in new condition!
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Need something quieter, just installed an ORX.

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