Swapped my exhaust today.

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  1. familytruckster

    familytruckster New Member

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    Scored a like new Bassani for $200 (still had stickers on it) and swapped the SLP Loudmouth out. So much quieter. The downside is that the panhard bracket won't clear the tails. I think if I cut an inch out of the flow tubes everything would be happy. I'm not too worried about the panhard though, I took the bar off a few months ago.
     
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    sound clips? :)
     
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    Dude that's the shitty part about exhaust work. Everything should just bolt right up and clear but it never works that way. Lol. Even out of the box stuff I've found needs minor modifications. I won't even talk about the modifications I made on my IRS pipes, and I made the SOB's. Great deal you got there tho man, and the Bassani sounds a lot better than the SLP. I don't know what it is about the SLP but they just don't sound very good on Mustangs. LSX cars, they sound right at home on. But not the modular crowd
     
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    Slight difference between the two, just idle videos. The neighbors will like the Bassani, when I leave for work at 4am.


    SLP
    [video=youtube_share;vnhfgBws7YE]http://youtu.be/vnhfgBws7YE[/video]

    Bassani. Yes, it's running.
    [video=youtube_share;l7b0bf965nY]http://youtu.be/l7b0bf965nY[/video]