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Hey, guys, my previous mufflers on my 2005 V6 got rotten and fell apart, which ones should I buy as a replacement, considering that they would fit a v6 rear bumper with an addiational whole cut in it?


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Hey, guys, my previous mufflers on my 2005 V6 got rotten and fell apart, which ones should I buy as a replacement, considering that they would fit a v6 rear bumper with an addiational whole cut in it?


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How about Flowtech 50253FLT ?

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Picking up my 2007 v6 tomorrow. Really miss my 2000 4.6! Found these for sale and just wondering what else I would need to hook em up? Thanks !
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Anybody? I can't even find a picture online to see what a factory single exhaust looks like or what it's supposed to look like with this setup.
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If it is still a single exhaust you're going to need an X or H pipe, driver side over axle pipe and exhaust hangers
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These exhaust systems are based on people that are keeping their catalytic converters on their V6...
I have to replace my cats so I am wondering....can I just run the GT H-pipe exhaust system from my exhaust manifolds and then go right back ???

Are the GT h-pipe with cats a direct bolt on for the V6 or are they wider for the V8??

This would be the easiest way for me to go if I am replacing the cats as well...

Thanks, Greg.
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The gt and v6 have the same diameter piping for the exhaust to my knowledge. I ordered gt exhaust and perfect fit for my v6

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I went with the Walker/Dynomax 39434 x-pipe, midpipes, and two M/T GT mufflers for my 2008 V-6.

If I had it to do over again, I probably wouldn't. Other than it was too expensive (mostly because of the stainless band clamps and a set of four proprietary muffler brackets), it's also obnoxiously loud and has significant drone. I ended up insulating the trunk and under the rear seats, and now it's more or less tolerable inside but still obnoxious and not neighbor-friendly outside. The A/T GT mufflers are probably a better choice, for the same reason Ford put them on the automatic GTs.

The other problem is a really bad vibration at idle, in gear with the A/C on. I've tried everything I could think of, including checking every exhaust component for clearance/rubbing, and replacing both motor mounts. No change.

Anyone with a V-6 and duals experience this issue? If so, were you able to resolve it?
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I have a 2009 v6 mustang I did a lot of research and I wanted a throaty exhaust system with no drone so I went with the mid x pipes pypes true dual exhaust system I also got the exhaust brackets over all it didn't cost much and the turn out was great on a cold start sounds good and it's kinda quite but as you hit higher rpms your exhaust starts to get loud just not annoying. Here is a clip of what mine sounds like.https://cloud.tapatalk.com/s/59fe9d5f...104135_403.mp4

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What is the throatiest dual exhaust one can buy?


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Mid x pipes with roush axle backs.

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I have a turbo in my 2007 with an aftermarket single exhaust, question is will the turbo affect the sound of a dual exhaust if installed?
I wonder the same thing.

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