MAC mufflers review
In case anyone is in the market for axle-back mufflers or curious, I figure I put a little review about the MACs.
I just finished installing the MAC mufflers last evening, (and by the way a lot harder to install than the V6 mufflers) and they are pretty aweosme. They definitely have a real deep car shaking feel to them when idling. This is what I have been looking for because I know the 4.6 V8 had a deeper sound than the 5.0 (probably because the 5.0 is more refined), and I wanted that deeper grunt. They are not as loud when you give it a little, but I do have to say there is a farily loud drone between 1700 and 2000 RPM. Probably will tone down after a few 100 miles.
I also went with these becasue overall they are not as loud as most other mufflers offered. And I feel these then will do really well with an x-pipe, and maybe headers to get a nice mix of raspyness and a little louder in the higher RPM range, while not making the system obnoxiously loud. Definitely reccomend these. The build quality and welds looks real good, and I just hope they will hold up well during the winter months up here in Minnesota! We'll have to see ya know
-Black 2012 5.0 Mustang (manual); Cobra Jet intake with twin 67mm throttle body; MGW Race Spec shifter; 545g Flossy Shift Knob; MAC axle-back exhaust; SVE black GT4 wheels, 18x9 front, 18x10 rear SOLD
-Ingot Silver 2011 V6 Mustang (auto); 10 psi Procharger supercharged, full exhaust- BBK headers & catted x-pipe/Borla mufflers, 1-piece aluminum driveshaft, 3.73 gears 409rwhp/313rwtq SOLD