Discussion in '2005 - 2014 Specific V6 Tech' started by tylers65, Jan 8, 2006.
I have a 2009 mustang 4.0 I choose to go with true Duals Magna Flow bullets with turn downs.
spice it up
what would everyone suggest for me to make my 2008 v6 manual a little more torque and a little more pwr?
I would suggest starting your own thread.
Just adding this video to the thread since I run a new exhaust setup than what's above.
It compares Dual SLP Loudmouths to no axle backs at all.
YouTube - SLP Loudmouths vs. Nothing at all!
i was thinking of puting dumps on my 05 4.0 and run them out the side i just dont know it will sound good or not so if you can help me that will be great.
I just installed Magnaflow Dual Catback kit. 2.5 tubes with 4" tips. Used the Y pipe, no need for an X or H pipe. I had to cut out the fascia to accomodate the dual. Looks good, sounds good....just dont know how to upload a link to it. I have the vid clip on my hard drive....uuugghh..puter challanged!
SO for my V6, I will most likely be buying the x-pipe off an s197 GT and I need to pick the mufflers I want to go with it.
I think that this exhaust: is the best I have heard on a V6. The second half of the video at least. Now I know he uses Borla stingers from the axle back, but when he says Borla mids, what would I buy for that??? And how would an x-pipe sound like in comparison to H?
Just installed the ROUSH V6 Mustang Exhaust Kit (round Tips) on my 2013 V6 convertible premium. Love the sound. I will try to get a sound clip posted this weekend.
Here is the website with sound clips posted:
MRT interceptor on my 2013
2012 V6 Automatic
BBK ceramic long tube headers
BBK catted x-pipe
It's kind of embarrassing to drive right now because to the racket the car makes, but I will persevere...
I have a Mac stainless cat-back system (with their FlowPath mufflers) on order, as well as some Vibrante resonators. Should have the cat-back stuff in a couple of weeks if all of my stars fall into alignment.