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I am looking to purchase a 2011 mustang gt and I do not know what exhaust system I want to choose. I have heard the pypes exhaust with an off-road x pipe and I love that sound. I was just wondering if there was a recommended exhaust to get throaty/ backfire noise with down shifts.

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Pype bombs I believe are muffler deletes and will provide what you are looking for.


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I have Pypes on my 2011 GT,they sound great but they do have a DRONE at the 2000 RPM area,I still have and love mine.
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I was just wondering if there was a recommended exhaust to get throaty/ backfire noise with down shifts.
I'm not really sure why this is desirable. I put an after market cat back exhaust system on my '87 when my mufflers needed to be replaced. I did not enjoy the constant noise that comes from it with minimal if any performance gain.

People know my car is coming down the road with the stock exhaust. This is your first post, is it your first car or Mustang?

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I have flowmaster outlaws on my 2012 GT and they sound evil.
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Delete the resonators with straight through muffler.
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Purchase a car first, then see what you want to do. You may find the stock system acceptable.
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I have flowmaster outlaws on my 2012 GT and they sound evil.
I've got the Outlaw catback on mine, yeah . . . evil is about right
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Purchase a car first, then see what you want to do. You may find the stock system acceptable.
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I've got the Outlaw catback on mine, yeah . . . evil is about right

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I just have the axlebacks. I was wondering what it would sound like without the resonators though. Long tubes and x-pipe with high flow cats going in soon, so it might be too much without the resonators.
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It is preference. From the other thread you must have decided to eliminate the resonators. If you don't like it you can put stock back on, which is what I may end up doing. But I know when I put my LT's and Catted X-pipe on with my flowmaster outlaws it was ridiculously loud. You will announce yourself on the street. I can only imagine without resonators. Some say it doesn't change much. And you may find it perfect. With these mods you never know until you try it and hear it in person
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