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Old 10-04-2014, 07:14 PM   #1
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Solved Exhaust Problem

Before I had debated on my exhaust not knowing what I wanted to exactly do. Pulled the trigger on removing the resonators and mufflers and straight piping them. The civic next door is no longer louder than my mustang, just how it should be. Sounds amazing. On start up the car is FREAKING LOUD as hell, almost deafening. After it dies down a bit she has a nice calm rumble. Outside of the car is also perfect, cruising is tame and acceleration is a mix of muscle/race car roar. The car can be heard, and heard pretty good, getting on the highway at the ramp that is just over a mile and a half away from my house. On the highway at 75-80 you can have a conversation at normal talking level, with only a bit of noise in the background. Extremely happy with this route for now until I am out of warranty. Tried to get a bit of recording on my phone but it doesn't do the car justice at all. Side note, I love loud cars for the most part unless they sound like ***. My buddy who likes louder cars loves it and same with my dad. Not recommended for anyone who wants just a little bit of noise. If anyone has questions I could try to answer as well as I can. We went with stainless stock sized pipes BTW. I'll keep trying to get better recording(perhaps try to get my little camera to work again) if anyone wants one.
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good grief. It doesn't sound like a dump truck? I'm selling my roush because I feel like a redneck high tailing it thru Alabama back roads when I step on the gas in higher gears. I can only imagine what yours sounds like.

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Nah, its a good loud. I think American V8's sound great and this really makes it sound how I think it should.
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I have muffler and resonator deletes as well and i think they sound great under like 3k rpm but if you go WOT it sounds a little too "tin canny" for my taste.

Im gonna get the flowmaster outlaw a/b so im hoping those are still loud just more deep.


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