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Old 02-22-2015, 07:17 PM   #1
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Roush AB + O/R H-Pipe?

Roush is currently on the car... I have a Lethal stainless H sitting in the basement. Any sound clips or should I consider maybe selling the roush? I keep hearing mixed reviews.. I drive the car maybe once a week


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Depends on your taste but imo if you have your cats and resonators that will help. Roush are poppy and raspy anyway the more you remove the louder and worse they get. With that being said I have the roush no cats no resonators and I like it but it's not a dd it's just a toy.


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Old 02-22-2015, 07:23 PM   #3
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Yeah i dont plan on taking out the resonators just throwing the H on. Do u have sound clips??? What Cat delete do you have H or X?


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Bbk cat delete, h pipe, borla ota. Sorry I don't have any clips but you tube will be your buddy on this one. I have a set of kooks axle backs also that I am gonna try to put back on should have some vids this spring


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Would Ya look at that?!!!! Someone answering an exhaust question with some positivity! I'm actually wondering the same thing but with my MRT KR axel back. I may just do an entire MRT exhaust. I don't want it to be insanely loud. Slight drone now at around 1900-2000 rpm.


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Even with my exhaust the way it is I have no drone to speak of. But it's really loud even during normal driving.


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I've got cat h pipe with the Roush mufflers it sounds really good, not loud but has a deep throaty classic muscle car sound...


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The MRT KR is basically a muffler delete. It's loud but it doesn't scream. I'll be curious to see how it sounds once I complete the exhaust.


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I've got cat h pipe with the Roush mufflers it sounds really good, not loud but has a deep throaty classic muscle car sound...


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I'm thinking h-pipe as well. I had a full Pypes catless exhaust with an x on my 2V and holy crap....loud/raspy. I did love it though


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Well mines a 3v so it might sound different for a coyote...


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Good ol 2 chambers on my 4.6 and 5.4 they had such a better sound than the new 5.0 imo.


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The 5.0's certainly aren't "traditional" sounding when you think of 5.0's lol. Obviously there are differences throughout the generations than the classic pushrod 302.


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Good ol 2 chambers on my 4.6 and 5.4 they had such a better sound than the new 5.0 imo.


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I will agree with that. I've had several 5.0 fox body's. You always knew when one of those bad boys was rolling by. Those can bring a grown man to his knees. I love the coyotes but it's a different world.
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Old 02-22-2015, 08:19 PM   #14
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I can handle loud but i dont want it to be unbearable. In my younger days i had a big turbo srt4 with just the pipe dumped. Oh god that thing gave me a headache


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http://youtu.be/pqvYrAQD2vQ


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---------- Post added at 03:21 AM ---------- Previous post was at 03:20 AM ----------

If you have an Instagram I have a couple videos on there, my ig is 5.0barraza


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Both of those sound great


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Wow those sound good but I could never rock those as I drive like 500-600 miles a week. Maybe one day.
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Old 02-22-2015, 10:15 PM   #18
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Black one with h pipe??


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Would Ya look at that?!!!! Someone answering an exhaust question with some positivity! I'm actually wondering the same thing but with my MRT KR axel back. I may just do an entire MRT exhaust. I don't want it to be insanely loud. Slight drone now at around 1900-2000 rpm.


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Old 02-23-2015, 09:09 AM   #20
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Yea black one has the Roush and O/R H-pipe setup! In that video I had a bad driver side muffler and exhaust leak, both of those issues got fixed so it does sound better. I have to make another video haha
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It still sounds really good - ive ever people down talk o/r pipes with roush so much, i figured it be really bad


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Yea people said It'd be stupid loud but honestly I think its a perfect loud! sounds so beefy, I just feel bad for my neighbors I get up at 6am cold start is just insane haha
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Old 02-23-2015, 12:45 PM   #23
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Ouch.. I work at night so ill just have to throw it in neutral.. I dont DD it thiugh so shouldnt be an issue


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Btw is there any drone with this set up?


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