Critique theses exhaust sound clips [please]

Discussion in '96-04 - 2V Specific' started by Twista, Oct 11, 2006.

  1. Twista

    Twista Legend

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    Tell me exactly what you think about them. If they sound bad :puke: please so say. If its ok please so. Any critisism will only make me work harder to getting another midpipe. Yes, its my car that im posting and not someone elses.


    Listen on :-X

    driving clip- http://www.mustangexhaust.com/forums/soundclips.php?action=play&linkid=305&catid=20&page=1

    rev- http://www.mustangexhaust.com/forums/soundclips.php?action=play&linkid=306&catid=20&page=1

    rev- http://www.mustangexhaust.com/forums/soundclips.php?action=play&linkid=307&catid=20&page=1

    The revving sound sounds bad inside, but from behind the car it sounds deep, but still not really mean because of the 6 cats.

    I should be getting a catted midpipe.. not sure when, but in the mean-time im getting another stock hpipe and removing 4 cats and keeping the 2 pre cats. Has to stay some what legal so oh well. The catback was a waste of money really without a midpipe for this car. The only thing my catback did was make the ford stock sound louder. The tone is still the same because of the freaking 6 cats.
     
  2. waltnono

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    I don't think it sounds bad but I guess it depends on what kinda sound ur looking for. Deep mellow tone is what I always like. Why get cats? What year is ur stang. Do you have to smog it?
     
  3. Twista

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    It still sounds stock to me. You know the softness air sound stock stangs have. I have a 97 gt and ya we have emission tests here. Currently, i dont have anywhere to change the pipe for emission and outside in the soon to be cold/snow is going to suck (chicago weather). Whenever i get a garage than maybe i will change to an o/r pipe ;]. There was someone on here selling a bbk o/r midpipe, but im not sure what happen to it. :/
     
  4. SvtBlack95

    SvtBlack95 Well-Known Member

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    it doesnt sound bad... its a little soft for me but still sound nice
     
  5. Fets

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    Doesnt sound bad at all. IF your still interested in my H Pipe, I'll Ship it to you for $50 (That is with shipping included. I need to get this thing outta here).
     
  6. Lightning Struck

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    close to stock, but cool 8)
     
  7. Rantheman

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    I always say a little rumble is great but a fully complete exhaust makes it load and sweet but I did miss my little rumble in a lot of ways I like it bro!!
     
  8. scarface

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    Sounds good :) quiet, but not bad at all.
     
  9. 97gtconv.

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    I have the Mac long tubes, mac-highflow catted h-pipe and the Mac Flowpatch catback. Just a note, i have 4.10's now, also my buddy has on my flowpath catback on his 98 cobra and i have his original Flow 40's that are straight cut. I miss my mac. i've always gotten compliments and people wondering what I had. My old setup was mac-offroad h-pipe and a flow 40's custom catback. that setup was very great hearing but the drone was to much for me for a daily driver. after that i just put on what i have now.

    My Mac setup pretty loud but not overwheliming and yet pretty quiet just cruising around. At about 70-80 i'm about 3050 or so and no drone. just my .02 cents