Discussion in 'Special Production' started by Black_Bullitt, Jan 6, 2004.
Any improvement in sound and performance to be had over stock Bullitt mufflers?
I've heard that flows have a serious drone at
cruising RPM's....2-3K. I think thats the 2 chambered
ones.. not sure about the other styles.
black bullitt are you a member at imoc.com? if not register, and also the site has an abundence of information on exaust topics as well as most bullitt related topics.
Also check the product reviews on Stangnet. They are pretty comprehensive. I just installed Borla Stinger Catbacks on a 2004 Mach 1 based on reviews. Went in very smooth, but grommets are a pain in the butt. Good sound, low rumble at idle, heads turn when you accelerate. No drone at highway speed, particularly in the 1800-2200 range. Very smooth and sharp. Be aware that the tips are 4" rolled, and some may not like the size. (Good home for birds and small animals?) I think 3 1/2''s would be better, but wth. Probably smoother downshift noise with an x-pipe, but I am still using the stock h-pipe. Go to mustangexhaust.com to listen to sound clips of different combinations.
2002 S-281 #382 True blue, tan vert
2004 DSG Mach-1
i know someone who just got an OR x-pipe and the catback flowmaster kit on his bullitt. it sounded plain noisy to me like most flowmaster cars, and he had some trouble with the mufflers rubbing up against something. but it's sure loud and gets your attention.
with the stock midpipe, there wasn't a huge difference
I have 3-chambers with stock midpipe(of course its a Bullitt) But she sounds nice.
YES I HAVE A 'O1 BULLITT....... I HAVE PURCHASED ABOUT 3 GRAND IN PARTS THIS PAST WEEK. FORGED RODS CRANKSHAFT AND PISTONS, BBK HEADERS, O/R X PIPE FLOWMASTERS BBK UNDERDRIVE PULLEYS BBK COLD AIR INDUCTION KIT AND BBK THROTTLE BODY, AND AM GETTIN IT BORED .020 OVER, WHAT KINDA HP RATINGS CAN I EXPECT OUT OF THAT AND WHAT DOES THE BULLITT PRODUCE STOCK??
Stop yelling!!! J/K, welcome to Stangnet, and the Bullit produces 275 stock.
Hi IJUSTWON! Go over to the Bullittclub at: www.imboc.com and register your Bullitt there if you haven't already. We have about 1,937 Bullitts out of 5,582 produced registered so far! There is a LOT of info on Bullitts and even a Bullittarchive at: www.bullittarchive.com with tons of info.
See you there,