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Old 10-02-2014, 07:34 PM   #1
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Side exhaust options?

(I know there is a billion and one exhaust threads, but I don't really see any info on side exhausts...)

I love the look and would love to eventually get a fully functional dual side exhaust system on my 2014 mustang. In fact IMO this Cervini kit looks amazing...



My question is this sounds way to loud in my case, as I do not feel the need to wake the neighborhood when I start her up. Does anyone know of any other companies that make a side exhaust like this? (for a 2014 mustang) Or a way to limit the sound down to a semi - normal level? The stock exhaust is okay, but I wish it was a bit louder / had the "rumbling old muscle car" sound.
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I have the Magnaflow dual as part of the Sherrod conversion. It can get loud when when you give it some 'beans' but it pops and burbles beautifully when you're downshifting.


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I had never heard of the Sherrod conversion, did you just get the exhaust? I know a guy that has the Cervini kit but he says it drags on everything. I opted for the Boss 302 side exhaust, it is a subtle mod that you can't see but you can sure hear it.
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The kit comes with side skirts, Rouch intake, side fender vents and other stuff. And the exhaust. I have yet to scrape the exhaust on anything, and hopefully I never will!


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Very nice. I always liked the side exhaust. it's different than your everyday mustang.
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I am definitely considering the Cervinis set; I want the Boss 302 exhaust setup so may not work and have to go with Roush Axlebacks.
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I'd go with the Boss 302 Side Exhaust. More ground clearance, and you still get that sound. Less expensive too.
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So long as the car isn't lowered the cervini should be fine. As I said, the Sherrod is.


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