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Old 10-03-2014, 08:14 AM   #1
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Distinct exhaust note difference

I have Pype Bombs exhaust and while they are the best bang for your buck in my opinion, I want something that drones less. Today I saw a 2013 roll by and its exhaust sounded "wompy". I'll try to describe it as best I can. It didn't sound like an even or steady deep buzz/droney. He wasn't accelerating hard, but just enough for me to hear distinct "gaps" in between the exhaust note that were really deep. I hope I've described it well enough. I was wondering what exhaust gives this kind of sound? I have a 2012 and it was a 2013. I doubt the engines are that different when it comes to exhaust sound?? Thanks for any help!
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Wompy as in lopey?
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Wompy as in lopey?
Seems like it. OP, that's a Ghost Cam tune. I forgot who offers them, a good amount of tuners do. You do have to take off your catalytic converters(O/R midpipe)for that tune though. No, exhaust sound isn't different, it's still a Coyote 5.0.
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It only lopes at idle though. OP is saying he was moving.
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It only lopes at idle though. OP is saying he was moving.
Hmm. What exhaust is this. I am interested now. Unless that's actually a problem with the engine instead.
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I know what you're talking about. Roush and borla will give you this sound at low speeds.

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I know that my RTR exhaust gives me a slight lope at idle, I have no idea about low speed though. The dang exhaust is too quiet at higher rpm also.
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wompy or woppy?

different exhaust air flow

poor impulse control
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Distinct exhaust note difference

Probably has cams. Roush and other exhausts won't give you a huge lopey idle as the op stated nor would a ghost can continue the lopey sound after moving.

You can youtube cams and mustangs and see if it's that sound you're looking for. Also youtube ghost cam.

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yes... its just a joke hense why it looks horrible.
Cams won't give you a lope with this engine unless you delete VCT.
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Hey all. I really appreciate the input! The car I saw had the full cervinis body kit and exhaust. The video below is the exact exhaust note I heard. You can hear the "wompy/Lopey" sound I was talking about when he accelerates. I'm looking to achieve this with the standard rear dual exhaust placement. Is this possible? Thanks guys.

http://youtu.be/qOLHPhg8iyI
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There's a magnaflow with a cutout pipe that has that womp.

Also Borla S has it too. There's a YouTube vid. Search Borla exhaust mustang and its a black stang. I do be leave all of them have either hiflow cats or catless. Listen to your own car while some else drives it. 11+ has this to some degree.


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Hey all. I really appreciate the input! The car I saw had the full cervinis body kit and exhaust. The video below is the exact exhaust note I heard. You can hear the "wompy/Lopey" sound I was talking about when he accelerates. I'm looking to achieve this with the standard rear dual exhaust placement. Is this possible? Thanks guys.

http://youtu.be/qOLHPhg8iyI

Definitely not a cam or ghost cam tune


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The sound you hear in that video isn't cam lope. That's just V8...I don't know...gurgle. Lol
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So...like I said. Roush and borla will give you that lopey sound at low speeds. This is the reason why I chose both. I liked the s types better than roush because of the refined sound at higher rpms.

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Just take out 2 or 3 coils.


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