I went with the FRPP sport mufflers because they were Ford parts.When I first installed them they sounded just a little more aggressive than stock and had none of the aftermarket problems. Once I added the longtubes, they came into their own, The car now sound aggressive, like a performance car should, and still no adverse effects. A lot of the guys I hang around with have other set ups, and all of them like the sound of mine. The car has very good manners and when you want it, it is there.
2011 GT. Grabber Blue. Procharged. 3:73 manual.Billit LCA's. Corsa Extremes. GT 500 wheels. Racemaster DR's. T-56 Tremec. Dynotech DS . Centerforce DF. American Racing headers/high flow cats 560 rwhp.Donny Walsh tuned
2012 Pony Package. Race Red.3:31 automatic.BBK longtubes and catted X.FRPP Sport axlebacks. BBK throttle body. Dynotech DS. Brembo wheels and tires. Strut tower brace. Airraid CAI. Bama tuned.
I've heard the Borla Ataks with LTs, Catted X, and Resonators. Those were a lot louder with much more popping. Deep too but I dont think youd really be into having your mustang sound that way. Atleast from what youve described.
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2011 Kona Blue MT82 V6 Mustang Pony Package 3:31 Gear Ratio, Interior Upgrade Pkg, Security & Shaker500/Sync
Mods (in order of installed): AM Bama SCT SF3 Tuner w/ 87 Hybrid Tune, Airaid CAI, Hurst Billet Plus 2 Short Throw Shifter, Lethal O/R H Pipe w/ Stock Exhaust, Blacked-Out Tints on Rear Windows, Full Ceramic Tint on Front Windows, Metra Touchscreen Dash Adaptor, Single DIN Head Unit, 6.5'' Component Speakers Fronts, Stock Rear Speakers, 10'' Sealed Subwoofer, 4ch. and 1ch Amplifier. LED licence plate lights, LED interior dome lights, FRPP/Dynamic shocks and struts, SR Performance lowering springs, GT500 Strut Mounts, BMR Adjustable Panhard Bar, BMR LCA's, BMR Relocation Brackets. Rear Seat Delete.
thanks for the suggestions guys Ill look into all of them and get back to you with what I choose
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2014 V6 (grey)
If you don't like aftermarket exhaust sounds but want your mustang to sound like a mustang when you get on it, just get an Airaid intake.
If you want your mustang to make sounds all the time (including idle and cruise), then get exhaust.
watch from 15 seconds to 20 seconds or so to hear an Airaid hole shot with the windows down:
I get many compliments on how good my car sounds from other autocrossers.
2012 V6 Base. 6-speed. 3.31. Roush Wheel Hop Kit. Brembo GT Suspension. Camber Mod. Airaid Intake. 91R-AUTOX Bama Tune. Carbon Fiber Trac-Lok. 18x8 GT Wheels. 245 40 R18 Dunlop ZIIs.
I've never even looked into autocross or what it is but that looks like a blast.
Airaid CAI, BBK Shorty Headers, Magnaflow Competition Quad Tip Axle Back, 93R Bama Tuning, 3.31 Gears, PP
I personally like the Borla Touring system, but I'm having quite the issue with the cost. It seems... way too expensive for something that doesn't really do anything. Firstworldproblems
2013 Mustang V6 . Black
GT500 style spoiler. Rear tint. Plasti-dip wheels. Bama 93H tune. Now looking for a Borla Touring setup that won't cost me way too much!
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