Sleeper exhaust?

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  1. A_+

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    I hope this is the right forum, I can't tell with this tapatalk app.......
    I'm sure this has been covered before but I want to know what type of exhaust or muffler I can use to quiet down my 306 that is currently running shorties, o\r H pipe and what I assume are 40series flowmasters. It hasn't bothered me before but I recently moved to a neighborhood that has an ally and I feel like I might be waking everyone up in the morning and at night.
     
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    cat. convertors will quiet it down quite a bit.
     
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    You can start by putting your catalytic converters back on. Then maybe switch to stock mufflers if you want to go even quieter.
     
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    Dynomax Ultraflows on a pushrod with a set of high flow cats will quiet it down considerably but still allow amazing flow.
     
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    whiplash473 Moderator Staff SN95 Supporter

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    Yeah, as said above, I'd throw the cats back on. That will make a big difference.
     
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    I would love to do cats but that will cost me mucho $ and I "ain't got time for that" (cause my wife won't let me throw money at this car anymore). I figured a simple turbo muffler would suffice...
     
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    Yeah, in that case, there's plenty of pipes out there to help out your situation.
     
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    If money is an issue, wait for a used stock exhaust (or stock style) to come up?
     
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    I was thinking the same thing.....
     
  11. Orange 94

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    just be careful... stock exhaust this old may have plugged cats....
    ran into that problem already.
     
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    I'd be willing to sell my factory midpipe and some flowmaster muffler cheap....
     
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    Dynomax Ultra Flows..
     
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    Dude just drive faster and this way you don't bother them as long
     
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    It's a mustang, they are all loud and slow. Hence, having a loud exhaust and being fast, will make your car a sleeper.

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    Shoot I have 2 perfectly unused 2.5" cats sitting in my room cause I refused to put them on my car... I mean if your interested, lemme know, didn't ever think somebody would be looking to be quiet
     
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    high flow? i was considering throwing cats back on.. but then i went in my car and drove around, and was like **** cats.. lol
     
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    What year stock exhaust will fit the 95?
     
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    I would find a set of oem 05-09 GT mufflers and make them work.. They're large enough to fit 2.5" aftermarket exhaust and will still sound good without the drone.