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9MUSTANG4 09-24-2013 09:54 PM

Magnaflow Exhaust
 
So I'm thinking about getting magnaflow magnapack catback exhaust for my 94 GT, it's $642 on American muscle. Will be this be a direct bolt on to my stock exhaust? And what exactly would this replace on my exhaust? Kind of confused. Also, where would be the best place to buy this?


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alleymad95GT 09-24-2013 10:02 PM

Catback is exactly what the name says - back of the catalytic converters - so, you re-use your cats and mid-pipe and your exhaust manifolds...

But, what you should really do is also get some new headers (long tubes are best, unequal shorties next just because the equal shorties are too big a pain in the rear to justify) and an off-road (no catalytic converters - I don't know about NY emissions, so long tubes and off-road mid-pipe may be out of the question) X-pipe...

You want an X-pipe with that exhaust. If you want it to sound like a Nascar car...you factory exhaust has an h-[ipe so in my opinion it won't sound quite like it should, but exhaust sound is 100% subjective, so take it for what it is worth...

9MUSTANG4 09-24-2013 10:17 PM

Would it worth with my stock h pipe? The new pipes would be 2.5"


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alleymad95GT 09-25-2013 08:06 AM

It is designed to bolt onto your stock exhaust parts.

It just won't sound exactly how it would if you switched up the other parts as well. Typically, I think that type of muffler (its a glass pack basically straight through) needs an X-pipe. Chambered mufflers are more suited to the h-pipe your car has on it stock. Like I said though, that is subjective and just my opinion...

AMDanBailer 09-25-2013 10:38 AM

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Originally Posted by 9MUSTANG4 (Post 5161338)
So I'm thinking about getting magnaflow magnapack catback exhaust for my 94 GT, it's $642 on American muscle. Will be this be a direct bolt on to my stock exhaust? And what exactly would this replace on my exhaust? Kind of confused. Also, where would be the best place to buy this?

Yes, this Magnaflow Catback exhaust will bolt directly up to your stock mid-pipe. Like explained above, this will replace everything from your Catalytic converters back.

Your Mustang is going to sound sick with this set up. If you're looking to give your Mustang that legendary "Muscle Car" sound, Magnaflow is the exhaust you want! They're also running a promotion at this time. With a purchase of any Magnaflow exhaust you'll get a $25 rebate! Keep in mind we also offer a 6% forums exclusive discount. Shoot me a PM if you'd like the code!

I hope this helps.

-Dan

johnGT 09-25-2013 02:58 PM

My 2.5" pace setter midpipe "bolted" directly up to my stock cat-back...with a powerful air-wrench and a lot of force. I think it would be worth it to go ahead and get a 2.5" mid-pipe as well. It will FOR SURE fit and the sound will be that much better. Especially if you get rid of the cats. That makes the biggest difference in sound.

PANTYEATR 09-26-2013 11:49 AM

<--- I have a magnaflow system with BBK long tubes, 2.5" offroad H-pipe and everybody loves the noise my car makes. do it!

9MUSTANG4 09-27-2013 04:36 PM

What's the code for AM?


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9MUSTANG4 09-29-2013 12:14 AM

What would happen if I kept everything stock and just threw a pair of 2.5 in magnapack mufflers on?


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johnGT 09-29-2013 08:05 PM

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Originally Posted by 9MUSTANG4 (Post 5179970)
What would happen if I kept everything stock and just threw a pair of 2.5 in magnapack mufflers on?

Well when I did that and just welded in the Flowtech terminators on my car, it changed the tone of the exhaust and made it a little louder, but I wasn't very satisfied. Keep in mind, I had the main two cats under the car punched out as well and it was STILL really quiet. Honestly, I bet I would have been happy with just the cats removed. It made a HUGE difference.

If you have emissions to pass, maybe consider taking the mufflers out all together if you want a loud car. Glasspacks will make the car louder, but it will also make it sound very blanketed. (fiberglass packing of course) The flowtech terminators have NO fiberglass in them at all and are a single chamber muffler. They are as close to an "open" exhaust sound you can get without it actually being open.


Here is the car with stock mufflers and the main cats punched out:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=efQg0IRqW0A

Here is with my current exhaust setup. Notice how it isn't as "blanketed", it got rid of that after the cats were removed. It was still pretty blanketed with the cats on and the new mufflers welded in. I wish I would have got a video of when I had to stock mid pipe still on but I don't. :(
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c3qM87-AcQM


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