Duals

Discussion in 'SN95 V6 Mustang Tech' started by Jarrell, Dec 9, 2003.


  1. Jarrell

    Jarrell New Member

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    Okay here's my Q.

    Are there any dual exausts that make V-6 not sound like rice.

    If not I'll fab up one of my own with two stock mufflers.
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    Nope and good luck.
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  3. Jarrell

    Jarrell New Member

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    Damn

    Has anyone ever heard of Raven mufflers? If so were can I buy them.
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    actually Macs don't sound like rice at all. Sounds real nice at any rpms. Its just not the loudest duals you can find, but they sound really good
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  5. 00StangV6Coupe

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    A lot of people like MACs. Personally, I have flowmasters, which some people don't like for various reasons. (too loud, too much interior resonance, don't like the "gurgle", etc.) I love mine though. I've gotten numerous comments from v8 guys saying how good my car sounds. Of course performance-wise they still tear me a new one, but hey, it's a start. Search the archives for mufflers and stuff. If I recall correctly, not too long ago there was a thread about this and someone posted a link to a page that had a whole bunch of sound files for different exhaust setups. Anyone remember it?
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  6. BABstangV6

    BABstangV6 Smater than the average bear!

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    I have some nock off mufflers that sound real good, and arent to loud
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  7. Jarrell

    Jarrell New Member

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    Your right there was a recent thread about this. I was the first to post on it. I searched and didn't find what I was looking for.

    I really just want to sound original I know Its never going to sound like a V8. But I don't want to sound like a ricer either.

    Does anybody still have their stock muffler laying around?
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    I got flowmasters and i love them ,no one has ever said they sounded ricey
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    97v6Silver it came to $4.56 and i got $0.44 change from a 5,

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    borlas sound good
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  10. 98v6mustang

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    i have flowmasters as well.. i once had someone who didn't believe me that my car was a 6 because of the exhaust...

    i had to pop the hood and let him see for himself.

    but, imo flowmasters all the way
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    yep, my friend just had his cats removed and put on dual flows....sounds really nice! im putting on 2 chamber flowmasters this week but leaving the cats, im sure it will sound pretty good.
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    Jarrell, I still have my stock muffler.
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    A new muffler on the market is probably the best option i've ever heard. It is called vforce. Great muffler. i have flowmasters on mine which sounds okay but i'd like to change it over.
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    www.mustangexhaust.com
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  15. 00StangV6Coupe

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    And are expensive... but they do sound good.
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  17. Jarrell

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    Do u guy's think I could pass CA emissions with a cam and high flow cats with the Flowmasters?
    If not I'll buy the cheapest tails, cut the mufflers out, and weld two stock ones in place.
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  18. 00StangV6Coupe

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    The cam and flowmasters shouldn't be a problem. For the high flow cats, you'd probably have to check the specific brand/cat you're looking at to know for sure.
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    Don't mufflers do jack and sh#t for emissions. So the flows wouldn't be the problem.
    What do cats do? And how do they work?
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    flowmaster :hail2:
    I would already have flowmasters duals tipped off with cobra r side tips ...but im not sure if it voids the warranty ... so any help?
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