1. Kris Davis

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    I have a 95' v6 mustang stock everything and I'm trying to get my mustang where I have that aggressive American muscle type sound for my car. I don't want it too loud but i do want it louder than what it sounds right now. What is the simplest/easiest way to do this? I've had some people tell me to just purchase a flowmaster and get it installed and some say to get the h pipe. I know it won't be cheap to do this but i'm not trying to break my pockets either. I'm not into racing, i just love mustangs and the sound of them. How do i get my 95' to rumble?
     
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    Well, a V8 would help.


    I have heard V6's with an H-pipe and flowmaster cat-back installed and it sounded decent. Didn't have the rumble though. Hate to be "that guy" and say it, but for that low, deep tone, you really need 2 more cylinders. Has to do with airflow and the extra displacement.
     
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    Ok, I'm confused. You want it to "rumble" but don't want it louder than what it is now.

    And....it's a V6.
     
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    I have the same car as you with Flowmaster 44's a CAI, tuner, and H-pipe. It sounds decent IMO but I'm also in the middle of a v8 swap.:crazy:
     
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    yes I want it to be louder but not obnoxiously loud. just enough to turn heads.I had a 95 v8 with a summit performance engine swapped in and always got ccompliments. I want my 95 to do thr same but witbout swapping engines.
     
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    roughly, how much do you think it would cost to install the off road h pipe and thr flowmasters?
     
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    Also, if i just order a bbk off road h-pipe, how many flow master 40 series mufflers will i need to order to go along with the h-pipe?
     
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    I have a 95 v6 just like yours and I'm running the exact 2 things I posted. The H-pipe conversion kit lets you add any GT style exhaust you want (you need to cut your stock Y-pipe), and I opted for the Flowmaster 44 kit that includes 2 mufflers and all the tail pipes. I wouldn't go buying an off-road H-pipe for two reasons: 1) your car won't be street legal without catalytic converters and 2) it's not designed to fit your car like a conversion kit... it will require a lot of fabrication to make it work.
     
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    You need the adapter kit. You can't order a h-pipe for a v8 car.

    The pacesetter conversion pipe and cat-back listed will get you as close as you can to your goal.

    Duc_stangs post pretty much gave you what you need.
     
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    Best way get away from crap masters. Im so tired of everyone having them. Yea they sound ok but damn be different than the norm.
     
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    You probably shouldn't be driving a Mustang in the first place if you're overly concerned with being "different." I swear every 10th car I pass on the way to work is some kind of Mustang, usually an S197 or a New Edge.
     
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    I meant exhaust everyone around my area has flow masters. Yeah they sound good but break the norm.
     
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    That logic makes no sense on a cookie cutter car such as a Mustang.
     
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    If it aint broke, why fix it? probably the best exhaust out there in terms of sound and flow
     
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    I'm a big fan of mac (which I have) and slp and bassani (full bassani on dads 94 headers to tips)

    But thats just my 2 cents. I wasn't trying to start a cyber fight but when everyone around here has flow masters on EVERYTHING. Its nice to hear a different tone. Flow masters to me are just played out
     
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    I have Spintechs on my 93 LX now with long tubes and off road H pipe. Loud, but theres just no tone to it. I had Flowmasters on my 98 GT and it sounded great. Going with Flowmaster dumps on my 93 in the spring.
     
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    Again I'm not saying they are bad. They sound good. But they are on everything. Its like no one even looks or listens to exhaust they just get a car and are like Yup I have heard of flowmasters so ill get those. Take the time and look around and YouTube some exhausts before jumping on the "gotta have flowmasters" bamdwagon.
     
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