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Old 06-05-2015, 05:03 PM   #1
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2014 GT 5.0 exhaust

I'm sure this has been asked and I'm sorry if it has. I'm new to the forum. I just purchased a 2014 GT 5.0 conv stock exhaust is pitiful and that's being nice looking for a great rumble, not over the top load but want true muscle car sound. I'm looking at roush, flo master and other suggestions I feel lost with all the non relevant info out there
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Consider borla
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Aren't they the same as roush?
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Not that I was aware of
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Old 06-05-2015, 05:19 PM   #5
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Borla may make them for Roush but I don't think they are the same. Honestly you will get a lot of opinions. The best thing to do is watch a bunch of YouTube clips.
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I'll do that but not sure of the accuracy of sound from pc speakers and various rpm ranges
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Yeah it is hard to judge but will give you a general idea. Also think ahead and consider wether or not you will do more exhaust work.
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On a 2104 the only other thing would be headers correct? And probably not
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Headers midpipe resonator delete
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Just wanted to chime in since i'm new here also. I purchased my 2014 GT November of last year and immediately the next day went out and picked up the Roush axlebacks. Like you I was torn. Roush or Borla you cant go wrong if you dont plan to do other exhaust mods unlike myself. Ijust picked up a set of longtube headers, so the Roush has to go because im sure with the offroad x they'll be a little overbearing.
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Thanks not sure I'll do much else. Of course I say that and who knows. Want performance and sound. Seems sluggish when you get on the gas now want to change that
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Roush axle backs in my opinion are the best for Mustangs. Are made by a company that relies solely (almost) on modifiying Mustangs and producing parts for them. Go a step further and do axle backs plus resonator delete and you've got NASCAR. Borla and others may be great exhausts but they're also on rice cars.
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Love the sound looking at axel backs only right now how are they on the highway don't want drone. Also mine is a convertible
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These threads are half useless. Not being rude, or negative. Here is why. Everyone has what they have and likes what they have. So they say hey get what I have. Go to a car show, walk around and listen to other guys setups. If you can swing it, go to mustang week, or the American muscle show. Then you can make your own opinion and decide what's right for you.


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Old 06-05-2015, 07:59 PM   #15
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Roush if you're not doing anything else to the exhaust, in my opinion.

That's what I have and it sounds good, in my opinion. Loud enough with no drone.

I understand if you put long tube headers and off-road pipes it can get pretty loud and raspy.

For a stock setup I like the Roush axle-backs.

All my opinion. I bought mine based on other people's opinion on this site.


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Try flowmasters or magnaflows.


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Try flowmasters or magnaflows.


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Two completely different mufflers. Chambered mufflers (flowmaster) do not have a good reputation on coyotes.


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And if this is your first mod to your mustang, these fit like the stock exhaust. No headaches. And they are smaller, lighter. You might notice some traction loss.
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Love the sound looking at axel backs only right now how are they on the highway don't want drone. Also mine is a convertible
Roush axle backs alone, without resonator delete or any other change has no drone whatsoever.
I formerly posted comments that they do drone but I made those statements unaware that the 2011 I had, also had resonator deletes.
Roush AB by itself absolutely no drone and quite pleasant. Take of the resonators too and you have mind numbing drone, but it sure sounds good.
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Every coyote owner we put flowmasters on have been happy with the results. So, basing it on that and from hearing it in person.


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Ok, I guess we've narrowed things down to two recommendations for the op. I think that is useful.
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These threads are half useless. Not being rude, or negative. Here is why. Everyone has what they have and likes what they have. So they say hey get what I have. Go to a car show, walk around and listen to other guys setups. If you can swing it, go to mustang week, or the American muscle show. Then you can make your own opinion and decide what's right for you.


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I'm gonna have to agree with you here. There is no real answer to which is the best axle back tone. Each person has there own idea of what's pleasing to them. I can't stand the Roush axle backs and thing they sound aweful. Some people love them.

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For sure, opinions are like ***holes. Everyone has one.


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I'm gonna have to agree with you here. There is no real answer to which is the best axle back tone. Each person has there own idea of what's pleasing to them. I can't stand the Roush axle backs and thing they sound aweful. Some people love them.

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Let the record show that Kona has and I have agreed on something for once! Lmao. 😉


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Lmao. I'll second that record.

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My last comment was a joke, some people might understand it. Not intended to offend anyone.


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Mufflers are pretty much an individual preference. I really wanted something other than the single tail pipe and more aggressive than my stock mufflers. I listened online for weeks, then decided after seeing the great price deal of $625 for both mufflers and the GT500 rear diffuser with all the hardware. The only drawback was taking the bumper off myself and cutting into my less than 7000 mile TrakPak Mustang.
I love the sound and get compliments all the time. The guys at the Ford dealership are always after me to pump it up when I leave. On the road the sound is perfect for this ole ears and no drone at all. I like the sound but most of all I like the looks!
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Every coyote owner we put flowmasters on have been happy with the results. So, basing it on that and from hearing it in person.


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I got flowmasters on mine. I love the sound, but on highway it can be kind of annoying with drone on 6th gear at 2k rpms. I drive city 80% and 20% highway so it's not much of a annoyance, but still thinking if I should sell mine and get roush or something with same deep loud sound, but with no drone.


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I would have to agree with olerodder...the GT 500 quad tips are the way to go.

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GT500 diffuser with quad exhaust = pure aggressive look
I love it, made me almost buy one.


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^^Quad tips are the only thing I would do differently if I could start all over again...quad tips with O/R X pipe is just awesome!

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Dito here also, thats how I heard the Kooks system that I will be getting(expensive full exhaust) the sound in person along with alot of others to listen to is the best way when doling out that kind of green.
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I love my MRT KR's. Nobody seems to have them but me. Give them a listen on YouTube. They're loud, but I like my cars loud. Slight drone at 1900 but it doesn't bother me in the least.


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Speaking of opinions,
I think i'm one of the only guys on here that don't like the quad tips. Way too European looking for me. To me, a Mustang should look like an American Muscle car. And quad tips kills that for me.
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